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Health management and medication administration services for adults with disabilities.
One of the key concerns families and guardians have is making sure that when their loved one attends adult day training programs and services for people with disabilities, the medication and health management needs of that person will be met. People with intellectual and developmental disability (IDD), autism spectrum disorder and traumatic brain injury require careful, timely and competent administration of medications and other services, such as g-tube feedings. Maintaining the well being of our clients is paramount at PAI, and we have the appropriate staff and training to meet their needs.
PAI believes it is essential for clients in our day programs to function at their best, whether it is on the job or in recreation related activities. We are proud of our record of providing quality care that focuses on each client’s medication management and daily needs. PAI contracts with a registered nurse consultant who visits each location monthly, and has a licensed practical nurse on staff, that is shared between all locations, to provide health services. Additionally, other staff members at each site are trained in important health and safety protocols, including medication administration, first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, g-tube feeding and seizure care. PAI works closely with families, guardians and case managers to stay up-to-date on each client’s current status so our staff can adapt our services when a client’s needs change.