Measurable Time-Limited Goals and Objectives
The goals and objectives are updated from the original ISP.
Successfully completed the Clear Vision Residential Program
Adolescent females must be between the ages of 13 and 19. (An appropriate referral may be considered for direct admission.)-
If appropriate, residents are encouraged to find employment
Staff assist with job search skills and strategies. Each resident finds her own job. Transportation to and from work is provided by Clear Vision.
Work towards GED or enroll in Community College/Technical School/High School
Transportation is provided by Clear Vision to and from classes.
75% of wages goes towards court cost and restitution
When costs and/or restitution are paid then wages go into a savings account for the resident.
Remaining 25% is available to the resident
Money management skills are taught
Residents will develop social skills
This entails teaching residents appropriate behavior in various social settings.
Residents are taught basic household management
Such as menu planning, grocery shopping, meal preparation, cleanliness, maintaining safe environment inside and outside of the household.
Residents are taught healthy and positive leisure activities
Such as board games, exercise equipment, arts and crafts, walks to the park, basketball, volunteering for a variety of local organizations.
Residents are taught the importance of Transitional Skills
Residents are given help to obtain, and, based on their particular situation, practice these transitional skills.
Neuropsychological evaluation on competency levels
Measurable Pre and Post testing continues every three months to determine progress.
Individual and group counseling
Individual and Group counseling are continued throughout resident’s stay.
Family Visitation/Family Counseling
Is goal oriented so that optimum participation is achieved.
Home passes are coordinated with referring agency, family and Clear Vision staff.
Residents are encouraged to participate in meetings and find a sponsor.