Mosaic offers a broad range of services from early intervention to residential options to provide you or your loved one expert care.
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- Respite (HCBS)
- Habilitation (HCBS)
- Attendant Care (HCBS)
- Adult/Child Development Homes
- Early Intervention
- Group Homes
Home and Community Based ServicesServices customized to meet the needs for people of all ages, this service brings a compassionate worker to assist in the privacy of your home. Services include respite, habilitation and attendant care.
is the provision of short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for family members who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home.
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is the process of providing those comprehensive services that are deemed necessary to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in programs designed to achieve objectives of improved health, welfare and the realization of individuals' maximum physical, social, psychological and vocational potential for useful and productive activities.
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is to assist a person with a disability to accomplish activities of daily living. Mostly, these include costs related to tasks that the individual is unable to physically perform or has a great deal of difficulty doing. These include such things as bathing, dressing, cooking and feeding, mobility, cleaning, laundering, dispensing of routine medications and similar tasks.
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- Attendant Care (ATC)
- Habilitation Services-Support - Hourly (HAH)
- Respite Care - Hourly and Daily (RSP)
Mosaic Residential Services Habilitation Services
Services in which 4-hour support is provided in four attractive adult residential homes. Through guided assistance, residents learn practical life skills and receive the personal care needed for optimum quality of life. Located in Central/Northwest Phoenix.
Through our Mosaic Host Home Program, children, teens, and adults with disabilities are carefully matched with a Host Home family. In the nurturing environment of a real family home, people with disabilities receive assistance with activities of daily living, social skills, or personal care needs.While in the home, a continual learning process takes place, not only for the individual, but for the family as well.
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Early InterventionThrough a fun and exciting plan developed by our specialist, newborn to three years of age are able to focus on developmental areas such as motor, cognitive, verbal and physical skills. To assist in this process the use the power of play, music and art. Throughout the entire process the specialist will assist parents/caregivers find resources and answer questions.
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KinderventionIs specifically designed to help children incorporate learning themes into various activities. The successful learning and development strategies used in Early Intervention therapy have been converted into a classroom form to create the curriculum for Kindervention.
"When I originally enrolled my son, Liam, into Kindervention, I really didn't know what to expect however, the progress he has made is remarkable. His ability to interact with other children and following the teacher's instructions has greatly improved. He has been able to express himself better by increasing his word usage which he continues to do to this day. Kindervention has taught Liam to play with friends appropriately and helps improve his gross and fine motor skills by partaking in art projects, sensory exploration and simply observing his peers. I know that this program will make Liam's transition into developmental preschool a much smoother process based on the skills he has acquired thru Kindervention." --Megan Marshall
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Group HomesOur four comfortable homes are the perfect fit for someone looking to gain or continue their independence.With 24 hour support, the homes are equipped with caring staff to assist each person with practical life skills, community interaction, building friendships, personal care needs and just to live a life of possibilities.
With only four homes it allows us to provide more focused care to develop a family type atmosphere between all the homes. Whether it is a cookout, birthday party or a Diamondbacks game, the residents are able to build long lasting friendships.
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Life Assistance SolutionsProvided by Mosaic's trained, caring staff and can fill in when family members or friends aren't able or available to help. This is not assisted living or medical care, but instead provides help with household tasks, or maybe just companionship or an escort for shopping and errands. More information.
For funding assistance, contact the Arizona State Division of Developmental Disability for information on all programs other than Early Intervention. For Early Intervention funding assistance, contact AzEIP. Mosaic accepts private pay as well as state Division of Developmental Disability funding.
For additional information on our supports or how to receive them, please contact us.