HomeCare Alternative Family Living (AFL) is a service designed to provide care and support in a family and home setting for persons with intellectual, emotional, or developmental disabilities. It can be thought of as foster care for adults. An AFL provider may care for one, two or three people at a time. The focus is to help each individual meet his or her own goals for rehabilitation and recovery. HomeCare recruits caring and experienced couples or individuals who have a home that meets standards for space, safety, and sanitation. These families are paid adequately for their service. A Qualified Professional supports and supervises each AFL home. The AFL residents live in the homes as family members and participate in family activities. They receive emotional and physical support, monitoring, and development of life skills. A Person-Centered Plan is developed with residents, guardians, and professional staff toward helping residents increase their independence, participation in community life, and developing critical daily living and coping skill

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