Developmental Disabilities Services
For Residents of Connecticut
Corporation for Public Management approaches each person receiving support with the dignity and respect due all individuals, meeting the inherent challenges of treatment with a high level of caseworker interaction, patience and personal support.
Results can be and frequently have been dramatic, as consumers develop a more positive attitude toward themselves and those around them, resulting in improved behavior and noticeable progress toward being an engaged member of their community.
- Community Experience: Consumers with profound to moderate support needs gain greater awareness and understanding of everyday life through direct interaction with the people and organizations around them.
- Supported Employment: Consumers with mild to moderate support needs have opportunity to realize greater self-sufficiency through participation in organized work crews performing light contract work for community-based businesses.
- Supported Living: Consumers with mild to moderate developmental support needs who might face incarceration in the absence of alternative treatment are offered individually designed programs . CPM’s programs have zero cases of recidivism, an important indicator of consumer success.
- Community Living Arrangements: Consumers are provided with 24-hour supervised residential support in a home environment for groups of up to four persons.