Gryphen Specialty Products and Services is contracted through the State of Arizona to provide Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) to individuals with intellectual disabilities. We are currently accepting new consumers in the Phoenix metropolitan areas, and Casa Grande and would be happy to help with finding the appropriate provider match for you or your family member.
While we can find a provider and make a proper match for you, it is and always should be the family’s choice of who provides their services. Therefore, Gryphen Specialty Products and Services encourages all of our families to ask friends, neighbors, and family members if they would be interested in being a paid provider to deliver services. If you have questions about who can be a paid provider, please contact us and we will be glad to answer any questions you have.
This service provides a qualified attendant to assist a consumer to attain or maintain safe and sanitary living conditions and/or maintain personal cleanliness and activities of daily living. The goal of this service is to assist the consumer to remain in his/her home or participate in community activities.
This service provides a variety of interventions such as special developmental skills, behavior intervention and sensorimotor development, designed to maximize the functioning of consumers. The goals of this service are to:
a) Enable individuals to acquire knowledge and skills.
b) Increase or maintain self-sufficiency of eligible individuals.
c) Provide training in essential activities required to meet personal and physical needs.
d) Maintain the health and safety of eligible individuals.
e) Provide services in a manner that supports and enhances independence, self-esteem, mutual respect, value and dignity.
This service provides short-term care to relieve caregivers. Individuals who are cared for by respite providers must be eligible for supports and services through the Division. Respite Providers may be required to be available on a 24-hour basis. Respite services are intended to temporarily relieve unpaid caregivers. Respite services are not intended as a permanent solution for placement or care. The number of hours authorized for respite must be used for respite services and cannot be transferred to another service.