Children’s Long-Term Support: Covered Services

The Children’s Long Term Support Program helps children with disabilities and their families through supports and services that help children grow and live their best lives in their home and community. These supports and services help your child and family reach their goals:

  • Be a part of their home and community.
  • Complete daily living tasks.
  • Learn new skills and develop new interests.
  • Live their best life.

What does the program cover?

  • Support services
    • Respite care
    • Personal supports
    • Child care
    • Day services
    • Community competitive/integrated employment
    • Discovery and career planning
    • Participant and family-directed goods and services
    • Transportation
  • Teaching and skills development
    • Counseling and therapeutic services
    • Daily living skills training
    • Empowerment and self-determination supports
    • Family/unpaid caregiver supports and services
    • Grief and bereavement counseling
    • Health and wellness
    • Mentoring
    • Safety planning and prevention
  • Management and coordination
    • Community integration services
    • Financial management services
    • Participant and family-direction broker services
  • Physical aids
    • Assistive technology
    • Communication assistance for community inclusion
    • Personal emergency response system
    • Specialized medical and therapeutic supplies
    • Vehicle modifications o Virtual equipment and supports
  • Housing related
    • Home modifications
    • Housing support services
    • Relocation services
    • Adult family home
    • Children’s foster care

View CLTS Benefits at a Glance, P-02570. The county’s health and human services agency can help you find services for your family.

Apply for the Children's Long-Term Support Program

Last Revised: May 20, 2022