Family Infant Toddler Early Intervention
Family Infant Toddler Early Intervention is a service provided to families whose child is experiencing a delay in development or has been diagnosed with a disability, or who may have a condition which could cause a significant delay in their development. Families receive assistance to help them learn how to support their child to reach his or her full potential. Children from birth up to age three are eligible for Early Intervention services. Early Intervention services include Family Service Coordination, Developmental Instruction, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and Family Counseling.
Respite is a service to families who are in need a flexible, short break from their caregiving duties of a child or an adult who is diagnosed with a developmental delay or disability. Abrazos Family Support Services contracts with providers who must go through a series of background checks and training to provide quality and safe care for the individual, while the caregiver has the opportunity to take time for themselves.
Family Living Program
The Family Living Program is a home-based program providing 24/7 support to enable adult individuals diagnosed with a developmental delay or disability to remain living in their own home, their family home, or a surrogate home to promote Independence, community inclusion, and an enhanced quality of life.
Autism After School Program
Autism After School Program is designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment for middle school students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program runs during the school year and is located at Lincoln Middle School, Rio Rancho, three times a week for 2.5 hours per day after school. They participate in activities designed to increase socialization and communication skills through group activities and community outings.
Autism Recreational Respite
Autism Recreational Respite is a unique service specific to individuals ages 4 – 21 years with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is designed to improve physical, communication, social, and emotional skills through group activities like bowling, swimming, and horseback riding. Individuals are supported by trained providers allowing additional respite for caregivers. Activities are scheduled throughout the year.