Spectrum Day Services

Spectrum’s Day Services are available to individuals who also receive Residential Services under the DD-HCBS Medicaid Waiver through Spectrum or any other service provider. Spectrum’s Day Services include programs and activities that individuals participate in for up to 24 to 30 hours per week in one of our 4 newly designed facilities.

Spectrum’s Day Services allow individuals to remain active outside their home and develop social relationships with others. They also provide families and caregivers with time to pursue their own interests and activities, including a job.

Spectrum’s Day Services for individuals include:

Day Habilitation-Specialized – includes assistance with self-feeding, toileting, self-care, sensory stimulation and integration, self-sufficiency, maintenance skills, and supervision. 

Day Habilitation-Community – supports the abilities and skills necessary to enable the individual to access typical activities and functions of community life such as those chosen by the general population, including community education or training, retirement and volunteer activities.

Private Pay Services – services and support for individuals who pay privately. Rates range from $50 to $200 per day depending on services and support needs. 

Supported Employment – is conducted in a variety of employment settings in which participants interact with non-disabled individuals. Spectrum's services include job development, job coaching, one-on-one support and transportation to and from the work site. 

Transportation Services – for transport to and from Spectrum’s Day Services through Spectrum or an existing community transportation options as appropriate. 

Spectrum’s Day Services are also available to individuals served under Medicaid Waiver HCBS-SLS.

Client focused quality of care!


 My daughter has had a service provider

from Spectrum who has worked with her for about 3 years with three or four different types of service.  This has been a very positive experience as she has been able to access the community in a variety of ways.  

Some of the activities that she has enjoyed include:  preparing several recipes including shopping and making the dish, purchasing gifts for friends, managing her own money, going out to eat at a wide variety of restaurants, and enjoying many outings of swimming and bowling.

We are thankful for the support and responsiveness of Spectrum."

Wayla M. – Thornton, CO