Nursing Home Transition & Family Assistance

TransitionsSAIL Transition Programs provide assistance to people with disabilities and their families when they are faced with significant life changes and choices.

Through our Transition Services, SAIL HELPS with transitions from:

  • Pre-School to School
  • School to Adult Services
  • School to Work
  • Hospitals to Home
  • Rehabilitation Centers to Home
  • Nursing Homes to Home
  • Recovery to Work
  • Work to Retirement

Specific programs involving transition support and services include:

WAIVER PROGRAMS:
Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) – Regional Resource Center funded through the NYS Department of Health, which provides information, advocacy and referrals for adults with disabilities and/or aging-related conditions. The NHTD Center works to provide a bridge from inpatient medical and rehabilitation services to community-based services and supports.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) – Regional Resource Center funded through the NYS Department of Health, which provides information, advocacy and referrals for individuals with brain injuries and related conditions. The TBI Center works to offer services and supports focused on creating a satisfying and meaningful life for the brain injury survivor, based upon his/her personal choices.

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Money Follows the Person (MFP) – The Money Follows the Person program is a nursing home outreach project funded through the NYS Department of Health. The service is designed to provide nursing home residents with information and choices about home and community based services which are available to them.

SAIL SUCCESS STORY: After completing a lengthy rehabilitation following a fall in his home, John is looking forward to returning to living in his own home and community. With the information and services provided through SAIL, he will receive the supports he needs to remain living at home.

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