Community Habilitation Home > Services > Office for People With Developmental Disabilities > Community Habilitation A A A Community habilitation offers people the chance to receive individualized support in their homes and at places they like to visit. The person and their staff work together to plan what the day should look like. Maybe that’s a trip to the library and a visit to the gym. Maybe that’s a few hours of volunteer work, followed by grocery shopping for items needed to try a new recipe. Choices and flexibility are the hallmarks of our community habilitation experience. The schedule is determined by the person receiving services and what matters most to them. Support can be provided for a few hours each week or for full days (based on OPWDD approval). Community habilitation supports are typically provided one-to-one, so relationships matter. We partner with you to identify talented direct support professionals who are dedicated to helping people achieve their goals. It’s all about what works best for the person.