The Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilties (ICF/IID) is an intense level of service that is always provided in a residential setting. The facility is operated under stringent Federal regulations and standards, that are monitored on a regular basis by a State Survey Team. The funding source for this service is Medicaid, therefore all candidates for admission must be eligible for this program. Typically, the ICF/IID client has more significant learning, behavioral, physical, and/or medical problems than the average individual with a developmental disability. The client’s needs are assessed, a plan of training and treatment is developed, prescribed professional services are arranged, and on-going training/treatment/monitoring is provided.
Skill Creations, Inc. offers four basic models of ICF/IID services. The largest home is our 15 bed model. The next smallest model is our two separate 6 bed homes located on adjacent properties. Another is option is the single 6 bed home. Our smallest option is a single 5 bed home. External day programs are offered at most of our ICF/IID homes.