INPEL provides an array of services to our members, through which we strive to empower and assist each member in establishing community partnerships, and self-sufficiency.
INPEL offers Non-Medical Transportation to members solely to access Adult Day Support, Vocational Habilitation, Supported Employment Enclave, and/or Supported Employment Community Services as specified by their Individual Service Plans (ISP).
Home Maker Personal Care
HPC services consist of assistance with Light Housekeeping, Laundry, ADL's (Activity of Daily Living), Medication, Money Management, Advocacy, Companionship, Organizing bills, Learning skills needed for skill development, Transportation to appointments and Community Activities, and assisting with engaging in Community Activities. INPEL provides HPC services in the community and in the consumer's home depending on the needs of the consumer and his or her family.
Respite Care allows members to receive their HPC services outside of their primary residence. Respite Care can be provided within the community or in the provider's home.
Supported Living assists individuals to live as independently as possible in their communities. Services can be provided in the home for individual who lives on their own, or in the home of the family in which the individual resides. Shared site homes are also available, which allow an individual to share supported living with up to three additional members in a supported living arrangement. Services and supports are identified on an Individual Service Plan (ISP).
Adult Day Services
These services assist with skill building in the following areas;
Career planning is individualized, person-centered, comprehensive employment planning and support that provides assistance for individuals to achieve, or advance in competitive integrated employment.
Individual Employment support
Individual employment support is individualized support for an individual
to maintain competitive integrated employment. Once our consumers are placed in a job we provide ongoing support and become that liaison between employer and employee to ensure that the consumer is able to maintain employment.
provides learning and work experiences along with volunteer work. Individuals develop skills that lead to competitive integrated employment such as the ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, coworkers, and customers. We provide hard skills
and soft skills training to prepare members for community employment.
Family Homes are where consumers live with their provider while receiving some or all of the HPC services. All HPC services are specified in the consumer's Individual Service Plan (ISP).