INDEPENDENT SUPPORTED LIVING

An ISL, also known as independent supported living, provides individuals with intellectual disability an opportunity to live on their own but are still able to obtain the supports they need for daily living. All individuals living in an ISL with Community Support Partners will receive behavioral therapy, medical and daily living supports. These services will be individualized for each person. The service provides staff to the individual  to assist with medical appointments, budgeting, housekeeping, cooking, companionship, supports in the community and building on needed skills.