Review the continuing support plan with the member and ensure that the activities in the plan are embedded in the individual’s weekly schedule. There should be a time and a place for all of the desired activities to occur.
Create the expectation that the plan will need to be adjusted as they determine what works for them.
Establish a review period in which the member “test drives” their continuing care plan after they’re in housing; make changes, as necessary.
Troubleshoot issues with implementing the continuing care plan. For instance, if they planned to join the JOH community for dinner two times a week but could not get transportation, work with the member to find a solution.
As members achieve their initial goals, work with them to set and achieve new goals.
Continue to help the member master common adult living skills, such as managing time, managing stress, reading a nutrition label, managing money, cooking meals, cleaning house, taking transportation, banking, using the library, and so on.