• Day Support

    Day Supports provide assistance with acquisition, retention or improvement in self-help, socialization and adaptive skills which take place in a non-residential setting, separate from the home or facility in which the individuals resides.

    Day Support
     
  • In-Home Skill Building

    Home and Community Supports services provide instruction and assistance to enable the individual to acquire and maintain skills that will allow him/her to function with greater independence in the community.

    In-Home Skill Building
     
  • Residential Support

    Residential Supports provide assistance with acquisition, retention or improvement in skills related to activities of daily living.

    Residential Support
     
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Total Care and Concern is dedicated to the belief that all people are valuable and should be treated without discrimination. People with disabilities deserve the opportunity to be a productive member of their community. To this aim, we are committed to providing the highest quality of individualized care while maintaining the dignity of the individual. Our care is designed to maximize their independence, productivity and quality of life; allowing them to thrive in their community and ultimately living their lives to the fullness of their capabilities.

 

Our Belief
Our Belief
We have five fundamental beliefs that guide our company in everything we do.

Our Mission
Our Mission
With the fundamental belief in individual choice, Total Care and Concern, Inc. believes that support services must be individualized to the person accepted into services.

Our Philosophy
Our Philosophy
The underlying philosophy and belief in providing services at Total Care and Concern, Inc. is that people with disabilities have the right to live and thrive in the community and should be afforded the same opportunities as non-disabled individuals.

Our Commitment
Our Commitment
We are committed to offering the highest standard of quality human services to persons with disabilities, parents and/or guardians, and case managers.