Independent Living Transition Services For Adults With Disabilities

At BRIDGES to Success, we serve adults with disabilities who are seeking help transitioning to greater independence, but who need a little extra help and support to do it. We understand how important it can be to your or your loved one’s happiness and well-being to live independently while also having access to the people and supports needed to do so successfully. The individuals we serve are at various stages in life. Whether you’re an individual looking for additional supports, a veteran seeking help to get back on your feet, or an adult looking to transition from a foster care setting, we have the resources, training and skills available to help you.

Providing Individualized Levels of Care

We offer a variety of personalized support services that help you gain and maintain independence and engage in your wider community. Look to our caring professionals for all varieties of quality supports and services, including:

Adult day programming/adult daycare

This includes skills programming for building personal skills for greater independence, basic programming for those who need more supervised care when it comes to activities of daily living, social programming for building interpersonal skills and relationships, and recreational programming for those who simply want to have fun. Learn more about our day programming.

Behavioral services

We support individuals through three different levels of behavioral services: behavior professional, behavior analyst and behavior specialist.

Independent living skills (ILS)

We help individuals gain independent living skills such as money management, cleaning, meal planning and cooking, time management, medication management, relationship building and much more.

24-hour emergency assistance

We have staff available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to offer emergency assistance to our clients when they need it in the forms of on-call counseling, problem-solving, and immediate assistance at our clients’ homes due to a personal or health emergency.

Supported living services

These services allow our care providers to offer supervised assistance to clients who need additional help regarding activities of daily living or coordinating community living activities.

Housing access coordination (HAC)

We can help clients plan for, find, and move to homes of their own and out of other settings such as adult foster care, nursing facilities, hospitals, rehabilitation treatment centers and more.

Supported employment

We help our adult clients, including adults with mental and physical disabilities, find and keep jobs that fit their abilities and allow them to thrive.

Personal support

These services aim to help our clients achieve their full potential, increase independence, and identify and meet community inclusion goals. All of this focuses on helping clients who do not need training to achieve their goals, as laid out in their personalized support plans.


Our professional staff is here to offer companion services in the form of non-medical care, basic supervision and socialization. Activities can include going to the movies, helping with homemaking tasks, attending community events, and more.


We support the daily needs of our clients through homemaker services that can include household chores, food preparation, household management, and social, health, safety and wellness skills building.

Night supervision

These services, provided in our clients’ own homes, offer overnight assistance and monitoring. Our staff remains awake and alert throughout the night, available to assist with each client’s support programs, activities of daily living and independent living skills.


We serve clients’ transportation needs, whether they require assistance getting to and from the grocery store, their medical appointments, community events, and more.

Individualized Home Supports (IHS)

Services providing support and training in community living service categories for a person who lives in his/her own home.

Individual Living Community Supports (ILCS)

ICLS covers assistance and support for eligible people 65 years and older who use Elderly Waiver (EW) or the Alternative Care (AC) Program. It includes the following service categories:

  • Active cognitive support
  • Adaptive support service
  • Activities of daily living (ADLs)
  • Household management
  • Health, safety and wellness
  • Community engagement

It’s important to note that this list is simply a sampling of what we can provide. As BRIDGES is all about individualized care, we can do so much more. Contact us today to learn how we can help you thrive.

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Serving You as Your Needs Change

We can create a care plan that works with wherever you are at in your care needs today. And we can modify that plan and your services as your needs change. No matter what, you can count on us to be here to help you along every step of the way.

Contact Bridges to Success

Call Us to Learn More About Our Personalized Services

If all you need are some individualized supports so you or your loved one can live an independent life, then we are the team for you. Contact us to set up a time where we can learn about each other and create an individualized service plan to get you on the path toward greater independence.