ISDE is an uumbrella term that encompasses a variety of services offered at RTS. Agents join the family at any stage of change and utilize educational and behavioral interventions to promote sustainable progress. Assessments and treatment plans are devised and reviewed by the lead therapist within the agency to ensure a customized and comprehensive treatment plan is created for each client. Quarterly reviews are used to help measure progress along the way. Each program is customizable to the clients specific needs. All services are available in home and or in an office setting. Parent Aide services and Intensive Supervision services are encompassed under this umbrella.
A Therapist Aide is also a part of this program. A Therapist Aide is an individual support service where professionally trained individuals team with a therapist to assist with therapy homework, help implement and monitor use of therapeutic skills, help complete housing applications, offer job search assistance, and identify healthy supports all while utilizing a hands-on approach to assist with the clients’ specific needs.
Parent Aide is a family support service that helps families with children of all ages. Parent Aides are professionally trained individuals who become a role model to parents who need help in dealing with life's challenges. They provide services in home and in office to give support and encouragement, model appropriate parenting techniques, and teach parents responsibility. They use set curriculum to assist in educating parents on evidence-based parenting techniques as well as anything else the client needs such as:
The Parent Aide works hard to build a relationship with the family and meet them where they are at.
Intensive Supervision is a support service that helps children, adolescents, and adults. Intensive Supervision providers are professionally trained individuals who become a role model to their clients who need help in dealing with life's challenges. They provide support and encouragement, model appropriate life skill techniques, and teach daily responsibilities. These providers also use curriculum and resources to provide education to their clients based on the client's needs. This could include:
Agents work to build rapport with their clients by becoming a support mentor combined with education, curriculum, and behavioral interventions.
During a supervised visit, our highly trained Supervised Visit Agent provides hands-on visitations to families and children in a safe and secure environment. This allows for a space that is physically and emotionally safe for children in alternate care, to see and visit with their noncustodial parents. Our supervised visits take place in office, in the home, and around the community based on the needs of our clients. Our visit office spaces include games, toys, and other homey touches to make the visit feel comfortable for both the children and parents.