Recreation Services

Wildwood's Recreation/ Recreation Respite Program offers activities for individuals of all ages.  The goals of the program include not only enjoyment of leisure time, and  respite but also socialization and integration within the community. The recreation/ recreation  respite staff creatively seek activities that broaden the participants’ experience and further their goals in areas like social and life skills. It is a social program assisting people in small group situations with their leisure pursuits within the community.  Independent access of the community is the goal, but staff can assist individuals so that they may participate in this service. People can select from the recreation offerings and choose the ones they want to enjoy.

The program is open to all OPWDD eligible individuals.  We serve people from age 5 – 85 in a variety of settings.  Some of the more formal services include Saturday Recreation and GAP for school aged people.  The GAP program meets daytime during school vacations and is a service for families without other options for these school breaks.

Adult Respite and Adult Recreation serve individuals over the age of 18 living in their family home.  If the individual lives in an OPWDD sanctioned residential setting they would most likely be in our recreation program.  The two adult programs look and feel identical.

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Family Supports

Family Support Services are designed for individuals who are OPWDD eligible and living at home with family members. The services can last for as long as desired or needed. In addition to benefiting the individual, the programs are also meant to assist the family members and/or caregivers. This includes the following areas:

  • Information and referrals
  • Educational/informational workshops
  • Support groups for individuals receiving services or their family members
  • Counseling services
  • Therapeutic yoga services for individuals and groups
  • Case management and benefit supports for those who are not OPWDD eligible
  • In-Home Behavior Support services
  • Reimbursement for respite and goods and services. Click here for Family Reimbursement forms and information

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Family Support Services Workshops - Fall 2020


Family Support Trainings
Wellness Mini-Series
Sexuality Workshops


In-Home Respite


Respite is a service that provides a break for parents and caregivers of individuals living at home with their families. Services occur primarily in the home, and staff are not allowed to transport individuals in vehicles, administer medication, or provide any hands on interventions. Individuals must be eligible for HCBS and be Authorized for Services by OPWDD.

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Community Habilitation

Provides individual support for both children and adults who are either living at home with their families or living independently in their own residences.  Staff work closely with the consumer, family, and Medicaid Service Coordinator to develop an individual plan and to determine the number of hours needed to address the goals outlined in the plan.  Services can occur in the home or in the individual’s community.

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