Habilitation Services prepare people with disabilities to live more independently in the community through learning and developing new skills, abilities, and behaviors. Common areas for training include: self-care, communication, socialization, safety, physical and emotional expression, pre-vocational skills, leisure activities, and problem solving. The service is provided by a trained Direct Support Professional who works one-on-one with the client based on goals and outcomes determined by the individual and his or her team. Parents and guardians can often be trained to provide Habilitation to their adult children. We also provide more intensives type of Habilitation commonly called Hab M and Hab B for persons diagnosed with Autism or special behavioral challenges.