Keystone’s community programs are family-focused and maximize the potential of each child within the child’s own home and community environments. Through these programs, Keystone adapts services to the unique needs of children with disabilities and their families to help them adjust to the routines of everyday living in their home, schools and community settings. By providing direct treatment and acting as advocates for the children and families they serve, the interdisciplinary professionals at Keystone help children achieve their potential and access and benefit from community resources.
Every child is different, depending on the child’s condition and the level of treatment needed. Parents do not always have time or the ability to take their child to regular visits miles away from their home. Families often need a flexible program that works with their schedule.
There are three ways to use our services:
- Consultation – Caregivers, such as nannies and nurses, will be trained by our providers, who provide supervision and case consultation.
- Treatment – One of our staff may work as a therapist in your child’s home, school or daycare, with supervision and case management by a licensed provider.
- Telemedicine – Many families do not have access to the care their child needs in their community. Telemedicine uses video device to connect your child to Keystone specialists.
The following departments offer home and community-based services: