Among our families’ greatest concerns is, “where will my child live when it’s time for the next step of independence?” Our Residential Services provides residential support in a variety of settings that support the independence of each individual.
We work with the entire family in determining a vision for the future and assist with the emotional and practical issues associated with making a successful transition.
Our family-style culture promotes respect, dignity, self-determination, and competence.
Each individual has a carefully developed Individual Plan (IP) that is developed by the team. It typically consists of the resident, family, support staff, case manager and other significant people. All areas of life are considered including medical, self-help, cooking, banking, transportation, personal care and recreation.
Types of Residences:
- Individual Home Supports– Individualized services provided in an individual’s apartment or family home. Supports provided are to enhance the individual’s ability to live as independently as possible.
- Community Companion Homes (CCH)– Individuals reside in a community member’s home with structured monitoring and supports from the agency. A caring home where the individual and their provider are well matched. The providers go through an extensive background check to ensure quality and safety.
- Community Living– A group of individuals live in a home that fosters a warm and supportive environment. 24 hour support staff ensure that all the program and services provided enhance the lives of the residents and advocate for them when necessary. Residents are a member of the community and participate in local social events.
Funding- we support individuals with state funding as well as individuals who private pay for supports.
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