Services at Open Door Rehabilitation Center
Open Door Rehabilitation Center’s Community Employment Services give people with disabilities the tools they need to find a job. And for adults, a job means independence and self worth.
Open Door Rehabilitation Center partners with many area businesses; a list that is continually growing to provide jobs to uniquely qualified individuals who are part of Open Door Rehabilitation Center’s Community Employment Services. We work closely with the employee and employer to ensure the employment opportunity is a success.
We represent people with a wide range of abilities, education, and experience.
One of Open Door Rehabilitation Center’s goals is to make a difference in our community, providing high-quality education and training by offering panel discussion and consultations to area, schools, colleges, local business, or anyone interested in learning more about developmental disability and/or the services Open Door Rehabilitation Center has to offer. Open Door is always available for scheduled tours.
For adults with developmental disabilities, Open Door Rehabilitation Center offers Developmental Training. Created for adults of all ages and abilities, these services focus on personal, social, educational, and vocational development.
Open Door Rehabilitation Center’s In-Home Supports program incorporates the Department of Human Services (DHS) Intermittent Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA) program and the Home Based program. These programs support individuals with developmental disabilities in their own homes or apartments.
In Open Door Rehabilitation Center’s Residential Services, four to eight individuals live in a home of their own with 24/7 staff support. These homes are called Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA). Open Door has seven CILA homes in the Sandwich area.
The Vocational Training program provides assessment of employability and develops employment skills to assist individuals to have access to, and participate fully in, their communities. Individuals participate in a transitional training program that is diverse and accessible, resulting in skilled employees. Each individual focuses on the development of: