Embrace Life, Inc. offers licensing and 24-hour support for developmental homes for children/adults. Licensed parent(s) will oversee individuals in need of a family environment rather than a residential group home with other roommates.
Embrace Life, Inc. provides planned and unplanned, routine and nonroutine intervals of rest and/or relief to family members or other unpaid persons who reside with and provide ongoing care to individuals
If someone has special needs, an overnight respite program can provide some much needed relief and give you time to de-stress and focus on your own needs. It's also a good idea to get your child used to staying overnight in a place other than home, in case an emergency should ever arise.
The DTT/DTS programs are located in Chandler and Sierra Vista. They provide specialized services for children with various needs that a regular after school/summer program cannot provide. Certified providers work at the center with a variety of children by keeping them active with activities and playing games, assist with homework if desired, improve socialization and behavioral skills, and improve communication. Transportation is available if needed.
The DTA programs are located in Chandler and Tohono Nation. DTAs provide a coordinated program of professional and compassionate services for adults in a community-based group setting. Services are designed to provide social and some health services to adults who need supervised care in a safe place outside the home during the day. They also afford caregivers respite from the demanding responsibilities of caregiving. Adult day centers generally operate during normal business hours five days a week. Transportation is available if needed.
Embrace Life, Inc. provides safe vehicles for certified providers to transport members for routine and nonroutine needs.
This highly individualized program helps a person with a developmental disability live in his or her own home with roommates. Staff members are available for 24/7 care while providing training in daily living skills, money management, meal preparation, and community and safety skills. The goal of this program is to offer the member support so that he or she can have a quality lifestyle in a typical neighborhood setting, taking advantage of what the community has to offer.
We are currently accepting hourly respite in Chandler. The Respite Center is where members get together to do basic activities such as color, watch movies, play games, and socialize with supervision from a certified provider. This service provides relief for the caregiver. The center also provide snacks and drinks.
Home and Based Services
(also serve Elfrida & San Simon)
The company recognizes Douglas as a unique small historical town that comes with special features and is located right by the border of Agua Prieta, Mexico. The jobs offered in this town will be only for HCBS, which means In-home services. In this small town, family is valued with full hearts. The agency prefers families to refer their close relatives to assist their loved ones by becoming direct care workers. Click here to go to Douglas’s Home Page.
Sierra Vista & Huachuca City
(also serve Benson, Tombstone, and Bisbee)
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Tucson & Yuma
(also serve Marana)
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Embrace Life provides activities designed to enhance the ability of the child to function as part of a family unit to increase the family’s ability to care for the child in the home and in community-based settings. Embrace Life, Inc. provides programming that is designed to meet the individual needs of each member and their families and explore opportunities to improve their daily independent living skills. Our member(s) learn to develop skills that will introduce them to the benefits of leading a healthy and positive lifestyle. Members have the opportunity to learn and recognize the values and principles associated with being independent and receive guidance in self-esteem and respect issues and structured life skills. Our management staff works hard to establish meaningful relationships with the families and to be role models for the member. We currently have and will continue to focus on having a strong emphasis on constant improvement within the agency and maintaining good relationships with parents, guardians, and Support Coordinators.