Integrating veterans and military families into their communities.
Our Veteran Support Program (VSP) provides home and community support for Veterans. We provide individualized programming, tailored services, and skill development training for Veterans. Our company offers inclusive programming for all Veterans, including service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound co-incident to their military service. Warriors who rely on their families because of traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal-cord injury, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), neurological conditions, physical disabilities, and/or other conditions need Community Support Specialists to support and encourage warrior independence in the home and community.
Community Support Specialist Matched For Each Warrior
Our company hires Community Support Specialists (CSS), otherwise referred to as a Community Support Assistant, Community Support Aide, Home and Community Aide, Warrior Assistant, Life Coach, and/or Battle Buddy, who are trained and matched specifically for each of our warriors. Community Support Specialists are individuals of varying backgrounds, including Veterans, therapy aides, therapists, personal trainers, teachers, and coaches. Our Community Support Specialists works in conjunction with our Care Coordinator office, our Veteran client, and client family members to best serve warriors through social, recreational, wellness, educational, and life skills activities in the home and community.
Home and Community Support Services
At Simple Steps, LLC, we want to encourage independence, develop community mobility, provide home and community, resources, boost peer support, and enhance quality of life. Home and Community Support services varies among our Veterans. These services may include, but is not limited to:
- assistance in developing schedules,
- development and ongoing modification of compensation strategies,
- assistance with problem-solving issues related to everyday life
- development/implementation of strategies to address household management,
- meal preparation,
- vocational/volunteer exploration,
- cognitive skill training,
- doctor appointment support,
- and other home and community-based activities.
Clients with specific interests are encouraged to share them with their Community Support Specialist through their evaluations and/or ongoing evaluation of their program goals.
If you or your family have more questions about our programs, please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our office line at 512-761-4848.
Note: Activities and outings are subject to approval by the program team. Additionally, participation in physical activities may require a physician's orders.