Four Phase Approach
Phase I | Assessment and Orientation
In phase one an overview of the program is provided to both the referring agent and potential client/family. A commitment to the proposed services is established and a pre-test to determine current functional level is administered.
Phase II | Implementation of Treatment
In phase two the Family/Individual Service Plan (FISP) is developed in conjunction with client/family to identify treatment goals and appropriate evidence based interventions to ensure the highest opportunity for success.
Phase III | Maintenance
One of the major goals of phase three is to empower the family. Using a strength-based approach, the client/family is educated on strategies that will assist them in addressing the complex needs and connections to the community.
Phase IV | Discharge
Within phase four the client/family is able to effectively navigate support resources and implement skills to effectively maintain/generalize change.
A post-test is administered to determine the client’s/family’s level of functioning