Due to a variety of circumstances, individuals with disabilities and their families may sometimes “fall through the cracks” of traditional funding streams and services. The goal of the Home Service program is to provide services to these individuals directly in their home communities and help them to lead active and productive lives.
The Home Service program is a joint venture between the Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State and the New York State Elks Association. The Elks provide funding and a vehicle for the program so the Home Service Director can travel across our region to provide services.
The Home Service Director helps individuals with disabilities find local services to meet their specific needs. She also provides advocacy, counseling, and follow-up to ensure the needs and rights of the participants are being upheld.
This program is funded through grants from the United Way of Greater Oswego County and the New York State Elks Assocation.
Contact Us About
Diane Weiermann, Home Service Director
Fax: (315) 455-1230
Enable’s Home Service program covers individuals with disabilities living in Onondaga, Oswego, or Madison counties.