This service helps teach people with autism and intellectual disabilities to be successful in their home and community settings.
Texana provides rehabilitation services to assist a person with a developmental disability, who has experienced a brain injury, with regaining or improving cognitive functioning. The person/family must be enrolled in the Texana Center Home and Community-Based Services (HCS) or Texas Home Living (TxHmL) Provider program and maintain Medicaid benefits. To learn more about Cognitive Rehabilitation Services please contact Manuel Lopez Jr. at 281-238-1753 or by email at email@example.com.
CFC is a service that people with Medicaid coverage who qualify are entitled to receive. Texana Center provides services to assist people living in the community independently or with family.
A person enrolled in the Home and Community-Based Services (HCS) Program has $2,000 annually to pay for dental services. The person/family can choose their dental provider. The dental provider must meet specific credentialing requirements prior to performing dental services. Any costs exceeding $2,000 is the responsibility of the person/family. The person/family must be enrolled in the Texana Center Home and Community-Based Services (HCS) Provider program and maintain Medicaid benefits.
Employment Assistance: This service helps the person to prepare for employment by learning how to complete a job application, develop a resume, and practicing interview skills. Texana will also work to help identify employment opportunities based upon the person’s preferences and strengths and abilities. Our qualified team will contact potential employers, and review the job duties required by the employer to ensure it will be a good match for the person.
Supported Employment: Once a person has a job, our team can provide support services to help them learn and perform the job duties that are required by the employer. To learn more about this program contact Vivian Felder at (281)238-1796 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Fort Bend County. Karatta Jackson (979)543-7231 or email@example.com, Austin, Colorado, Matagorda, Waller and Wharton County. Texana Center is a contracted Community Rehabilitation Provider for the Texas Workforce Commission.
Texana provides day services at our five Learning Centers located throughout our six county coverage area. Our Learning Centers provide continuing education in skills training, support with activities of daily living, health and wellness services, training in socialization and communication skills to people with developmental disabilities. They also assist people with participation in integrated community activities. Texana’s Learning Center are located in Eagle Lake, El Campo, Missouri City, Rosenberg, and Wharton. To learn more about the program contact Manuel Lopez Jr. at (281)238-1753 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a person is in need of modifications to their home to improve access and functional use, the person/family has access to $7,500 (lifetime amount). Any minor home modification expense over $7,500 would be the responsibility of the person/family.
Maintaining health is essential and here at Texana Center we make it a priority. Our nursing team is here to assist a person and/or their family in maintaining their health. These services range from having a Registered Nurse complete a Comprehensive Nursing Assessment to assess the person’s health needs and developing a service plan to meet those needs, to providing consultation and support to the person’s caregiver(s) who are able to manage their health needs. To learn more about available nursing services please contact Manuel Lopez Jr. at 281-238-1753 or by email email@example.com.
Group Homes: Texana Center operates group homes for people who wish to live in the community. The homes are owned or leased by Texana Center. Each person has their own room and there are no more than four residents in the home. Texana Center provides staff to support the individuals in the home to assist with self-care needs, medical needs, behavioral needs, and preparation of meals.
Host Home Companion Care: Texana Center contracts with family and non-family providers to provide a living space in their home for a person with a developmental disability and to assist the person with self-care needs, medical needs, behavioral needs, and preparation of meals. If you would like more information about residential services, you can contact Kevin Barker at (281) 238-1711 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This service is offered to a family or caregiver to provide them relief from the day to day care they provide. Our staff will work with families and caregivers who have a provider they prefer caring for the person, or we can supply a list providers who provide out of home respite services that the family can select from.
These services are provided through a licensed provider who meets specific credentialing and is contracted with Texana Center. The person/family has access to these services in order to address documented needs. Services include: Audiology Services, Dietary Services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy.
Transition Assistance Services provides a person with a developmental disability, living in a nursing facility or state supported living center, who has enrolled in the Home and Community-Based Services (HCS) Program with funds to assist them with setting up their own home in the community or seeking group home placement. If the person is establishing their own residence in the community, they have access up to $2,500 (lifetime amount) to purchase items for their home. If the person chooses to reside in a group home, they have access up to $1,000 (lifetime amount) to purchase items for their room. If you would like more information about Transition Assistance Services, you can contact Kevin Barker at (281)238-1711 or by email at email@example.com.
Adaptive aids are items or services necessary to assist an individuals to maintain function or to treat, rehabilitate, prevent or compensate for conditions resulting in disability or loss of function. Adaptive aids enable individuals with functional impairments to perform activities of daily living and/or to control the environment in which they live. There is a limit of $10,000 per year.
Texana Center Provides an array of services to assist and support people with developmental disabilities in the community.
Texana Center provides an array of community based services including day, employment, nursing, and respite services.
Community First Choice (CFC) is a service that people with Medicaid coverage who qualify are entitled to receive.