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Day training and habilitation

Program info

Day training and habilitation (DT&H) are licensed supports to help adults:

  • Develop and maintain life skills
  • Participate in community life
  • Engage in proactive and satisfying activities of their own choosing.

DT&H services are available in 81 Minnesota counties and serve more than 12,000 people.

 
 

Eligibility

Eligibility is determined through a screening process. To be eligible, a person must meet all of the following conditions:

  • Be 18 or older and have a diagnosis of developmental disability or a related condition
  • Receive a screening for home and community-based services or reside in an Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (ICF/DD)
  • Have health and safety in the community addressed in their plan of care
  • Make an informed choice to receive DT&H as part of their Individual Service Plan.

People who get DT&H services under the Developmental Disability Waiver must have at least one residential service provided through the waiver.

People who reside in an ICF/DD and those who receive a home and community-based waiver have a choice of day services.

 
 

Services

  • Supervision, training and assistance with self-care, communication, socialization and behavior management
  • Supported employment and work-related activities
  • Community integrated activities, including the use of leisure and recreation time
  • Training in community survival skills, money management and therapeutic activities that increase adaptive living skills
  • Non-medical transportation to help people travel to and from locations where services are provided.
 
 

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