For more than 40 years, the Arc of Natrona County has provided numerous programs and services.
These services include Advocacy, Case Management, Inclusive Recreational Child Care, Public Awareness, Family Support, Referrals, and a week long day camp on Casper Mountain.
We offer services that assist participants in gaining access to needed waiver and other Wyoming Medicaid State plan services, as well as needed medical, social, educational, and other services.
Case management includes ongoing monitoring of the provision of services included in the Individual Plan of Care, and initiating and overseeing the process of assessment of the participant’s level of care.
This service provides relief for the primary caregiver, and can be provided in the participant’s home, the provider home, The Arc facility, or within the community.
Personal Care services assist a participant with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and activities of daily living within his/her own home.
A Trainer provides participant specific, individually designed and coordinated training. He or she assists participants in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, adaptive, and safety skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community based settings.
Participants receive skills training to increase independence related to their own health care, self-care, safety, and access and use of community services.
Services consisting of general household activities (meal preparation and routine household care) provided by a trained homemaker, when the individual regularly responsible for these activities is temporarily absent or unable to manage the home and care for him or herself or others in the home.
Services for participants 17 and under, provided while the primary caregiver is working.
Child Hab services include an informal training goal, and assist participants in attaining or improving skills, such as: social skills, choice making, domestic skills, economic skills, and safety skills.
Provided for participants 18 years of age and older while the primary care giver is working.
Companion services includes an informal training goal, such as: Supervision, socialization, maintaining safety in the home and community, and enhancing independence.