In-Home Supports

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Community Services, Inc. is an affiliate of Ädelbrook, Inc. and provides the most current evidence-based practices throughout a number of separate programs statewide. Our programs include outpatient therapy, transitional group homes, in-home supports, school-based supports and a training academy. We are committed to preserving the dignity of each person we serve as demonstrated in our respect for individual rights and preferences, in maintaining and furthering their community relationships, and in assuring for the provision/development of safe and healthy environments.


As a qualified provider by the Connecticut Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and under the Medicaid HUSKY waiver for Autism Specialists, we offer in-home and individualized day support services to meet the needs of people with developmental/intellectual disabilities, autism and other significant behavioral issues. Innovative Living and Family Supports (ILFS) is designed to assist family members and caregivers in keeping their loved ones at home or in small community based settings close to family. Comprehensive, customized care plans are developed to meet the individual’s needs in developing communication, social and daily living skills. Our staff work with the family to customize a service plan for each individual case utilizing our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) and in home or community support counselors. We work closely with each individual’s existing service providers in order to ensure continuity of care across all settings.

In-Home Support Services

We provide a range of staffing from before- and after-school and weekend support, to full 24-hour care, depending on the individual’s needs. This focused attention and continuity in behavioral treatment allows young people with significant challenges to remain at home. Family education occurs naturally as trained staff assist and guide family members in managing target behaviors. We work with service providers, past and present, to identify the complexity of diagnostic concerns and design and implement a total care plan for the individual and their family.

Individualized Day Supports

We provide specialized programming for individuals 21 and older, both in their home and community. The goal is to enhance life skills in order to achieve the highest level of independence possible. Each program is tailored to the individual’s unique interests and skills with a focus on fitness, life and social skills, leisure and recreational activities and vocational programming.

For more information contact Brian Heslin, MA, BCBA, Director of Behavioral Services for Learning Centers and ILFS, at (860) 635-6010 x398 or via email at
To request a referral packet, please contact: Cindy Johnson, Community Services Coordinator, ILFS at (860) 635-6010 x338 or via email at