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Lutheran Family Services of Virginia > In-home Support

Building independence & skills for adults and children with disabilities

Lutheran Family Services helps meet the needs of individuals by providing professional support with the daily routines of individuals. This circle of care and services can make a huge difference for the entire family.

In-home support provides skill-building and services to individuals with intellectual disabilities or developmental disabilities who are living independently or with family (or caregivers) in other community settings. Skill-building and support are provided in order to help the individual meet his or her medical, dietary, behavioral, personal care and daily living needs. Skill-building and support are also provided to build independence and to promote involvement in the home and in the community. This service does not provide 24-hour supervision or care. Individuals do not need to be 18 years or older in order to be eligible for this service.

Skill-building and support:

  • Personal Hygiene
  • Domestic Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Medication Administration
  • Daily Activities
  • Money Management
  • Dietary Needs
  • Safety
  • Transportation

Other Services:

  • Behavioral Support

For more information email the contact in your area:

Lynchburg — Rebecca Drinkard
Charlottesville — Kelly Murphy
Roanoke — Marsha Presson
Danville — Andrea Pacheco

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