Any person receiving services through Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), and Arizona Long Term Care (ALTCS), is eligible for HCBS services. Contact your DDD Support Coordinator to see if you qualify.
Respite: Respite care is primarily used to give caregivers a break from the emotional demands of providing continuous care to someone who has a disability. Respite care services include self-care skills, social skills, assistance in communication, bathing and toileting.
Habilitation: Habiliators are responsible for providing care to clients based on their current set of goals and skill level. The service is used to instill independence in individuals and offer support services including improving communication, learning adaptive skills, independent living, and any other goals set forth by the support team.
No, they cannot. Liberty Center is only authorized to provide services to the child receiving services through DDD.
Yes, all families are encouraged to meet their potential new Provider and interview them to see if it is a personality match, as well as training level and availability match.
Liberty Center will happily hire your family member, friend, babysitter, child's church counselor or teacher for you child. They must meet our qualifications, attend our required trainings, attend new hire orientation, be at least 18 years old, and pass a background check.
Contact our office for a formal interview
Submit copies of training certificates and HR paperwork
Have the family call their DDD Support Coordinator to authorize their Respite hours to Liberty Center
Your selected provider needs the following trainings:
Level one Fingerprint card issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety
Liberty Center does not have a pool of providers waiting to be placed in homes. If a family wishes to know provider availability, they should contact Liberty Center directly.