Personal Assistance Services

woman sitting in a wheelchair in her living roomThe Personal Assistance Services Program provides personal care for adults who live in private homes in order to work, volunteer and/or attend school. Trained assistants can help with personal care, routine household management tasks, chores/errands, mobility and communication. This service is designed to allow persons with disabilities to remain in their own homes, be employed or receive employment related training and education. Residents with permanent physical disabilities between the ages of 18 and 65 capable of self-directing services are eligible to participate in the program. For more information about PASP services call 609-882-4182.

Advancing Opportunities also provides residential programs that allow people with disabilities to live as independently as they are able in the communities and homes they choose; more information can be found here on our Residential Supports page.