Family & Child Service of Schenectady recently began a new service program funded by the NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities called Pathway to Employment. This “person centered” employment program enables individuals
Family Support Services Program (FSS)
The FSS program has several components to it.
They are: Respite Care; Community Habilitation; Family Grants; SAP; and Integrated Behavioral and Family Intervention Program.
A trained and qualified homemaker provides a specific level of care as defined by the New York Department of Health as "Personal Care Level One".
Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC)
MSC is broadly considered ‘case management’ services. Each MSC has a caseload of approximately 30 or so consumers diagnosed with “pervasive developmental disability’.
A special thank you to the Rotary Club of Schenectady for their recent grant award to benefit our agency’s Social Activity Program. This grant will help offset the cost for several of our developmentally disabled children to enjoy an afternoon of “jumping fun” at the Albany Trampoline Park.