For 35 years, we have been providing care coordination to individuals with disabilities and complex healthcare needs. Today, we serve more than 10,000 individuals, who live healthy and independent lives in the community of their choice.
Helping Seniors Live Healthy and Independent Lives
The Wellness and Independence for Seniors at Home (WISH) Program provides health coaching to individuals age 65+, who have Medicare and live in one of the identified Independent Living Facilities in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County.
As part of the Year of Service initiative, coworkers are volunteering across the state to help people with disabilities, housing instability and mental health challenges, as well as organizations that support animals and the environment!
Daniel Romanchuk won the men's wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon on Monday with the fastest time ever by an American, and is the youngest winner of the race at 20 years, eight months and 12 days.
What fun! Check out these photos from our latest coworker anniversary luncheon events! We like to get to know one another and celebrate our time together through games that create conversation. ... See MoreSee Less
Today is National Healthcare Decisions Day! National Healthcare Decisions Day is meant to educate and empower the public on the importance of #AdvanceCarePlanning Learn more: bit.ly/2qvlDeT... See MoreSee Less
Transition planning is when a student with a disability, along with family members, the school system, and service providers, begin to officially plan for life after high school. The "Governors Transitioning Youth Initiative" training, open for April 24th and 25th, covers the importance of planning: ... See MoreSee Less
Transition planning is when a student with a disability, along with family members, the school system, and service providers, begin to officially plan for life after high school. Transition planning should begin when you are 14 (if not earlier!).
"If I could make a difference for even just one person, I could serve a part of my purpose for why I’m still here and living.” Click below to read Jacqueline's story of determination! ... See MoreSee Less
Jacqueline is a 28-year old who after experiencing burns over 90% of her body at only 5-years-old, has accomplished just as much as she has overcome. After spending a year and a half in the hospital to manage her condition, Jacqueline was feeling nervous about the amount of adjusting and recovery th...