CLCA Adult Life Planning Services Practitioners have a Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Human Services as well as 5+ years of professional experience in working with transitioning youth’s and/or adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. ALP Practitioners work with families of participants 16 years of age or older, providing support and resources to help the individual transition successfully from in-home support services to independence and community integration after exiting the Waiver.
We are passionate about helping families thrive and grow in any way that we can.
The Adult Life Planning Services Practitioner works with each Waiver Participant to identify skills related to independence, self-advocacy, self-direction, natural supports, and the adult service system’s employment options and help guide them into the best direction for their future. They will develop a Treatment Plan containing important steps recommended for parents to follow with actionable items to complete, as well as the timeline for time sensitive actions, such as the DDA application deadlines.
Below is a list of our provider offerings. As you explore the options for the best service provider fit for your family, please feel free to contact us to discuss how we may be able to address your specific family needs.
We offer seasonal camps that run during school breaks, Saturday TI programs and aftercare programs.
1:1 technicians work to implement treatment plan goals with your family.
These dedicated professionals will support families in developing and implementing comprehensive treatments.
Expert guidance for the transitioning youth preparing for life as an adult.
CLCA is a vendor for SDS services, personal supports, community development services and respite care.
Please navigate to our contact page and fill out the form with as many details as possible and we will get back to you in a timely manner.
If you share our CLCA mission and our commitment to families with children and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities, we’d like to hear from you. Please review services pages to understand additional qualifications we seek in CLCA staff.
All applicants must be 18+ years of age and are responsible for their own transportation to and from a family’s home or community, as needed, for the client’s treatment plan.