AccessPoint RI

Address

111 Comstock Parkway
Cranston, RI 02920

(401) 941-1112

www.accesspointri.org/

Description:

Age Details: Child development: 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops & residential: 21 years and over

Provides children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives.

Adult Services Include:
Vocational and Day Services
Adult Day and Community Based Services
Employment Services
Residential Services
Senior Services Program

* Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities
* Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services
* Home-Based Treatment

Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

Personal Choice Program: You may hire and manage your own caregiver who can help you with bathing, dressing and other home activities. You will have a budget to cover the costs of your caregiver's pay and the other services you choose to receive through this program.

Description

Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

Hours

8am - 4pm, M - F

Service Area

Statewide

Geography Served

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    Serves all areas

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Description

AccessPoint RI is committed to assisting families to develop successful respite services for their child. As primary care givers, parents of children with special health care needs and other family members face additional challenges that can affect quality of life for all family members, and may affect the family’s long term ability to support this child at home. Therapeutic respite is designed to assume temporary care of the child with special health care needs within the child’s home and community so that other family members can find relief from these increased responsibilities, or additional support during crisis situations. Therapeutic Respite offers the other family members the ability to participate in personal activities, offers opportunities for rest and relaxation, and strengthens bonds within the family unit.

Hours

Varies

Required Documents

Varies

Eligibility

To be eligible for respite, a child must need an institutional level of care that can best be described as the type of care typically provided in a hospital, nursing home or Intermediate Care Facility.

Fees

Varies

Intake Procedure

Contact Korrine Pilkington, Program Director for Information

Service Area

Statewide

Geography Served

    If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

  • Rhode Island

    Contact

    Name:
    Elissa O'Brien
    Title:
    Program Director
    Phone:
    401-228-3940 x1
    Website:

    Telephone Numbers

    Number:
    401-941-1112
    Name:
    Main Phone
    Number:
    401-228-3940 x1
    Name:
    Program Director
    Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-7000.3300-140) and related services within the Service Tree.

    Description

    AccessPoint RI is committed to assisting families to develop successful respite services for their child. As primary care givers, parents of children with special health care needs and other family members face additional challenges that can affect quality of life for all family members, and may affect the family’s long term ability to support this child at home. Therapeutic respite is designed to assume temporary care of the child with special health care needs within the child’s home and community so that other family members can find relief from these increased responsibilities, or additional support during crisis situations. Therapeutic Respite offers the other family members the ability to participate in personal activities, offers opportunities for rest and relaxation, and strengthens bonds within the family unit.

    Hours

    Varies

    Required Documents

    Varies

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for respite, a child must need an institutional level of care that can best be described as the type of care typically provided in a hospital, nursing home or Intermediate Care Facility.

    Fees

    Varies

    Intake Procedure

    Contact Korrine Pilkington, Program Director for Information

    Service Area

    Statewide

    Geography Served

      If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

    • Rhode Island

      Contact

      Name:
      Elissa O'Brien
      Title:
      Program Director
      Phone:
      401-228-3940 x1
      Website:

      Telephone Numbers

      Number:
      401-941-1112
      Name:
      Main Phone
      Number:
      401-228-3940 x1
      Name:
      Program Director
      Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-7000.6000-160) and related services within the Service Tree.

      Description

      Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

      Hours

      8am - 4pm, M - F

      Service Area

      Statewide

      Geography Served

        If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

        Serves all areas

      Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (ND-6500.1800) and related services within the Service Tree.

      Description

      This program is designed to give seniors and those with long-term disabilities the option of managing their care. Personal Choice enables you to purchase your care and services from a Personal Choice budget based on your functional needs. You’ll be in charge. You’ll hire and supervise your caregivers. You’ll determine: Who you want in your home The most convenient times for your schedule How your care attendant can best support your goals Their staff will help you initiate these services. Your budget for a personal care attendant will be determined based on your functional needs. An “Individual Service and Spending Plan” focusing on specific goals will then be created.

      Hours

      Mon-Fri 8:00AM-4:00PM

      Required Documents

      Varies

      Eligibility

      Be age of 65 years or older, or individuals with disabilities who are over 18 years old Possess the ability to self-direct all aspects of their personal care and community living needs, or have a representative who is available and willing to direct and manage their care and community living needs Have a cognitive or physical disability that affects their ability to complete Activities of Daily Living in a safe or timely manner Be eligible for Medical Assistance through The Rhode Island Department of Human Services Long Term Care

      Fees

      Varies

      Intake Procedure

      Call for Information

      Service Area

      Statewide

      Geography Served

        If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

      • Rhode Island

        Telephone Numbers

        Number:
        401-941-1112
        Name:
        Main Phone
        Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (NL-3000.1900) and related services within the Service Tree.

        Description

        Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

        Hours

        8am - 4pm, M - F

        Service Area

        Statewide

        Geography Served

          If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

          Serves all areas

        Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-1250.3400) and related services within the Service Tree.

        General Information

        Hours:

        Mon-Fri 8:00AM-4:00PM

        Intake Process:

        Call

        Program Fees:

        No Fees

        Eligibility:

        Children and adults with developmental disabilities

        Is Shelter?

        No

        Miscellaneous

        AKA:

        Keystone Group

        Related Resource

        Date of Official Change:

        March 1, 2022

        Legal Status:

        Non-Profit

        Year Incorporated:

        1965

        Description

        Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

        Hours

        8am - 4pm, M - F

        Service Area

        Statewide

        Geography Served

          If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

          Serves all areas

        Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-1250.1400) and related services within the Service Tree.

        Description

        AccessPoint RI is committed to assisting families to develop successful respite services for their child. As primary care givers, parents of children with special health care needs and other family members face additional challenges that can affect quality of life for all family members, and may affect the family’s long term ability to support this child at home. Therapeutic respite is designed to assume temporary care of the child with special health care needs within the child’s home and community so that other family members can find relief from these increased responsibilities, or additional support during crisis situations. Therapeutic Respite offers the other family members the ability to participate in personal activities, offers opportunities for rest and relaxation, and strengthens bonds within the family unit.

        Hours

        Varies

        Required Documents

        Varies

        Eligibility

        To be eligible for respite, a child must need an institutional level of care that can best be described as the type of care typically provided in a hospital, nursing home or Intermediate Care Facility.

        Fees

        Varies

        Intake Procedure

        Contact Korrine Pilkington, Program Director for Information

        Service Area

        Statewide

        Geography Served

          If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

        • Rhode Island

          Contact

          Name:
          Elissa O'Brien
          Title:
          Program Director
          Phone:
          401-228-3940 x1
          Website:

          Telephone Numbers

          Number:
          401-941-1112
          Name:
          Main Phone
          Number:
          401-228-3940 x1
          Name:
          Program Director
          Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-7000.3300-140) and related services within the Service Tree.

          Description

          AccessPoint RI is committed to assisting families to develop successful respite services for their child. As primary care givers, parents of children with special health care needs and other family members face additional challenges that can affect quality of life for all family members, and may affect the family’s long term ability to support this child at home. Therapeutic respite is designed to assume temporary care of the child with special health care needs within the child’s home and community so that other family members can find relief from these increased responsibilities, or additional support during crisis situations. Therapeutic Respite offers the other family members the ability to participate in personal activities, offers opportunities for rest and relaxation, and strengthens bonds within the family unit.

          Hours

          Varies

          Required Documents

          Varies

          Eligibility

          To be eligible for respite, a child must need an institutional level of care that can best be described as the type of care typically provided in a hospital, nursing home or Intermediate Care Facility.

          Fees

          Varies

          Intake Procedure

          Contact Korrine Pilkington, Program Director for Information

          Service Area

          Statewide

          Geography Served

            If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

          • Rhode Island

            Contact

            Name:
            Elissa O'Brien
            Title:
            Program Director
            Phone:
            401-228-3940 x1
            Website:

            Telephone Numbers

            Number:
            401-941-1112
            Name:
            Main Phone
            Number:
            401-228-3940 x1
            Name:
            Program Director
            Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-7000.6000-160) and related services within the Service Tree.

            Description

            Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

            Hours

            8am - 4pm, M - F

            Service Area

            Statewide

            Geography Served

              If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

              Serves all areas

            Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (ND-6500.1800) and related services within the Service Tree.

            Description

            This program is designed to give seniors and those with long-term disabilities the option of managing their care. Personal Choice enables you to purchase your care and services from a Personal Choice budget based on your functional needs. You’ll be in charge. You’ll hire and supervise your caregivers. You’ll determine: Who you want in your home The most convenient times for your schedule How your care attendant can best support your goals Their staff will help you initiate these services. Your budget for a personal care attendant will be determined based on your functional needs. An “Individual Service and Spending Plan” focusing on specific goals will then be created.

            Hours

            Mon-Fri 8:00AM-4:00PM

            Required Documents

            Varies

            Eligibility

            Be age of 65 years or older, or individuals with disabilities who are over 18 years old Possess the ability to self-direct all aspects of their personal care and community living needs, or have a representative who is available and willing to direct and manage their care and community living needs Have a cognitive or physical disability that affects their ability to complete Activities of Daily Living in a safe or timely manner Be eligible for Medical Assistance through The Rhode Island Department of Human Services Long Term Care

            Fees

            Varies

            Intake Procedure

            Call for Information

            Service Area

            Statewide

            Geography Served

              If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

            • Rhode Island

              Telephone Numbers

              Number:
              401-941-1112
              Name:
              Main Phone
              Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (NL-3000.1900) and related services within the Service Tree.

              Description

              Age Details: Child development, 3 - 21 years; sheltered workshops, 21 years and over; residential, 21 years and over Services: Non profit organization, established in 1965, to provide children and adults with developmental disabilities the means to lead full and productive lives. * Adult Services Include: Vocational and Day Services; Adult Day and Community Based Services; Employment Services; Residential Services and a Senior Services Program. * Comstock Industries provides on-site adult employment opportunities * Children's Services: The Cornerstone School and Transition Services * Home-Based Treatment Income Source: United Way; State; Federal; City; contributions.

              Hours

              8am - 4pm, M - F

              Service Area

              Statewide

              Geography Served

                If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

                Serves all areas

              Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (PH-1250.3400) and related services within the Service Tree.

              Geographies Served

              • Serves All Areas

              Address Listings

              Physical (Primary)

              111 Comstock Parkway
              Cranston, RI 02920

              Mailing

              P.O. Box 20130
              Cranston, RI 02920-6996

              Contacts

              Thomas Kane

              Primary Contact

              President/CEO

              Elissa O'Brien

              Program Director

              (401) 228-3940 x1

              Phone Numbers

              Main Phone

              (401) 941-1112

              Fax

              (401) 383-8751

              Program Director

              (401) 228-3940 x1

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