Services for People with Disabilities


In-Home Support Services

In-Home Support Services provides support to people of all ages with varying abilities and needs. 

We support people living in their own homes or in their family home, placing strong emphasis on skill building and community involvement. Whether you require assistance one hour a day or just an hour a week, our goal is to design a plan based on your personal dreams.


Cari In home “When the time came for our daughter, Cari, to live independently from us, we had our fair share of worries and concerns for her welfare. LSS has granted us peace of mind, knowing our daughter is safe, well cared for and, most importantly, enjoying her life.”
Read more about Cari's experience

Assistance provided by In-Home Support Services

  • Meal planning and preparation, including nutrition education
  • Obtaining and maintaining a home
  • Budgeting, paying bills and gaining financial skills
  • Personal appearance and hygiene
  • Independently taking medication
  • Shopping
  • Participating in the community in which you live
  • Accessing transportation and options for greater mobility

We work closely with you, your family, legal representative and your support network to develop a customized support plan based on your skills, interests and dreams. Your support plan is reviewed and revised as you gain new skills and your interests and dreams change.


Committed Staff

We work with you to match your needs and interests with the skills and interests of the staff person providing your specific supports. You and your support staff will build a trusting relationship as you work together to gain new skills and achieve your personal goals.

Staff Training

All staff are trained in CPR, First Aid, the Vulnerable Adult/Maltreatment of Minor Act, and Person Centered Thinking. In addition, staff receives ongoing, specialized training based on the physical and emotional needs of each individual we support.

LSS has goals and standards for providing supports to people with disabilities that exceed state licensing standards. LSS is the only organization in the state of Minnesota to be accredited by the Council on Quality Leadership (CQL) which promotes excellence in person-centered services and supports for people with disabilities. Through our partnership with CQL, we not only consider the importance of health and safety, we also look to the individuals' hopes and dreams.