Take a Look at What We Offer
Our services that we provide throughout Citrus, Marion and Hernando counties, are a broad range of innovative and effective programs aimed at developing independence, productivity and participation in community life. Our Programs are designed to support clients with different disabilities including: Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Phelan McDermid Syndrome, Down Syndrome and Asperger Syndrome.
JTSF Adult Day Training
The Adult Day Training (ADT) program utilizes outcome-based opportunities that explore each person’s strengths as well as their expressed hopes and dreams. On a daily basis, observations and interactions occur with all participants to ensure the services they receive are person-centered and meet their expectations.
JTSF Personal Support
Personal Support is a one-to-one service that provides opportunities for people to increase their independence and connect with their community. Support can include assistance with daily living activities such as eating breakfast or brushing teeth to participating in local events and building relationships with friends.
Assistance with Daily Activities
Meal Preparation / Feeding
JTSF Supportive Living
This service provides training to help the participant acquire and maintain skills that promote independence.
Our services include but are not limited to:
• Assistance in locating, securing, and maintaining a home.
• Providing adequate information to support individuals in making informed choices regarding fundamental life decisions.
• 24/7 wraparound support with emergency response capabilities.
• Support in building and maintaining rewarding relationships with others.
• Encouragement and support in choosing how and with whom to live with.
• Assisting with daily living activities, such as: shopping, meal planning and preparation, recreational activities, and household maintenance.
• Locating, scheduling, and coordinating appropriate medical services.
• Providing assistance in learning to effectively use the transportation, police, fire, and emergency help available in the community.
• Management of personal finances.
• Recruiting, screening, hiring, supervising and dismissing personal attendants
JTSF Life Skills Developement 1 (Companion Care)
Companion care is a form of home care offering non-medical services to adults with disabilities. Companion care differs from personal care in that personal care aides (also known as home health aides) may provide the same services as companion care but also help with tasks such as bathing, dressing, and medication management, depending on specific state regulations. The goal of companion care is primarily emotional support and socialization, although companions may help older adults with a variety of tasks including:
One-on-One Community Outings
JTSF Social Club
The Journey to Success Social Club is a Special Place for those with Special Needs. It is a place where those with special needs and disabilities can congregate and interact with one another. They have themed dinners, play games, enjoy movies, visit theme parks, host dances and enjoy many other activities together. It gives them all peer-to-peer contact time where they can feel normal and have fun together!
Themed Dinners Monthly
Outing/Field Trip Monthly