Feel free to visit any of our locations.
Feel free to visit any of our locations.
Supported Employment means competitive employment in an integrated setting with ongoing support services for individuals with the most significant disabilities…
Personal assistant services include assistance with any activity of daily living (ADL) or instrumental activity of daily living (IADL). Personal assistance may also include general supervision and protective oversight. The personal assistant may directly perform some activities and support the individual in learning how to perform others.
Personal Assistant services are designed to provide instrumental assistance to persons and/or families served. They may also support or facilitate the provision of services or the participation of the person in other services/programs, such as employment or community integration services. The services are primarily delivered in the home or community.
This program is to provide personal and social services, which provide opportunities for community participation. Our organization will define the scope of these services based on identified needs and desires of the persons receiving services. Service is provided on a one-on-one basis. A person may participate in a variety of community life experiences that may include, but are not limited to:
Individuals in groups of no more than four participate in community activities.
The purpose of the Day Services program is assist the individual to acquire, improve, and retain the self-help, socialization, adaptive and life skills necessary at home or in the community. Our organization will define the scope of these services based on identified needs and desires of the person receiving the services. Services are provided on a group basis of no more than 6 consumers to 1 staff member. A person may participate in a variety of community life experiences that may include, but are not limited to:
Additional indirect services also provided by HHES, Inc. include in-service and consultation with schools, parents, adult service providers, and other agencies and organizations, which interact with persons with disabilities. Although geared to the specific needs of the requesting person/agency, the content of these services may cover such topics as programming and curriculum needs, information concerning disabilities and community needs. All services are provided consistent with the philosophy of HHES, Inc.
A HHES, Inc. staff member would be pleased to visit with you or your group about our programs. If you would like a speaker for your program or a consultation, please contact us locally at 660- 265-4614.
Interagency cooperation is an integral component of providing quality services. Through cooperative efforts, person with disabilities can experience the same quality of life as experienced by persons without disabilities. Individuals requiring services beyond the scope of services provided by HHES, Inc., will be assisted in contacting agencies, which do provide the needed services.
Staff at High Hope Employment Services, Inc. is required to report any suspicions of abuse/neglect.
Department of Mental Health-Abuse/Neglect Definitions
Misuse of Funds/Property
The misappropriation or conversion for any purpose of a consumer’s funds or property by an employee or employees with or without the consent of the consumer.
An employee purposefully beating, striking, wounding or injuring any consumer. In any manner whatsoever, an employee mistreating or maltreating a consumer in a brutal or inhumane manner. Physical abuse includes handling a consumer with any more force than is reasonable for a consumer’s proper control, treatment or management.
An employee using profanity or speaking in a demeaning, non-therapeutic, undignified, threatening or derogatory manner to a consumer or about a consumer in the presence of a consumer.
Any touching, directly or through clothing, of a consumer by an employee for sexual purpose or in a sexual manner; this includes but is not limited to:
Class I Neglect
The failure of an employee to provide reasonable or necessary services to maintain the physical and mental health of any consumer when that failure presents either imminent danger to the health, safety or welfare of a consumer, or a substantial probability, that death or physical injury would result.
Class II Neglect
The failure of an employee to provide reasonable or necessary services to a
consumer according to the individualized treatment or habilitation plan, if feasible, or according to acceptable standards of care. This includes action or behavior which may cause psychological harm to a consumer due to intimidating, causing fear or otherwise creating undue anxiety.
Services are available to individuals experiencing one or more of the following needs:
Due to the operations of the organization, certain individuals cannot be served. Those conditions that fall into this category are:
Persons who are unable to care for their own personal daily physical needs may be served provided the individual has a full-time assistant to address and assist him/her with these needs.
All except housing.
The Executive Director is responsible for making decisions for determining eligibility and acceptance into services.
Consumers receiving services from High Hope Employment Services, Inc. may be discharged from the program for one of the following reasons:
Individuals needing services are generally referred through one of the following agencies:
However, individuals may also refer themselves. Anyone interested in the referral process should contact Andrea Rowland, Executive Director in Milan at (660) 265-4614 or toll free (800)-748-7836 or Bevan Flynn, Professional Manager/Director of Employment in Kirksville at (660) 665-2772.
Contact Sara Weaver, Housing Case Manager, at (660)-445-2158.
High Hope Employment Services, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All services are provided in a non-discriminatory manner.