What We Do
Our services are person-centered and address the strengths and the needs of the individual. Services are provided in a manner that emphasizes and supports the individual’s health, safety, choice, self-determination, independence, and total well-being. We also believe that diversity of opportunities, integration, participation, and satisfaction are key to a good life for the individual.
Our programs are based on the values that everyone has needs and deserves to belong, to be loved, to be treated with dignity and respect, to be self-directing, and to be recognized as a valued member of the community with the same inherent rights as anyone else.
Quality Residential Homes
We all want the best for our loved ones. We want to keep them close, be there for them when care is needed, and help them live life to the fullest. But there are times when we may not have the means to provide for family members or friends with unique physical, medical or behavioral needs.
We work to ensure that our residences are tailored to fit the needs of each person who calls them home—from individuals who need support with certain daily activities to those coming out of institutions requiring 24/7 care. Family members and friends can rest assured that their loved ones are receiving expert clinical supports and compassionate residential care from our experienced team of health and human service professionals.
Our community-based group home allows individuals to feel comfortable, safe and supported. Our objective is to provide quality residential services which promotes independence and full array of well-rounded therapeutic services and opportunities to the individual served. The home enables individuals to receive the supports they need in a place they can truly call home, including:
Personal Care Services
Companion Support & Respite Services
- 24/7 Supervision & Emergency Support
- Community-Based Recreation and Leisure
- Medical and Health Supports
- Medication Management
Behavioral Support Services
We provide a comprehensive individual focused, person centered behavior support within our programs to enable individuals with intellectual and or developmental disabilities live their lives to the fullest regardless of their behavioral challenges.
Each Behavior Support Plan is developed in collaboration with the individual and their team. The plan will integrate creative, non-traditional supports and best practices to help the person and the team develop comprehensive solutions allowing them to have an everyday life and live successfully in the community.
Our support plans will provide team members with a concrete way to manage the power and influence they have in the individual’s everyday life. The Behavioral Support Plan will make collaborating and partnering with the person possible for staff and offer them the opportunity to eliminate situations where the individual’s most basic needs are not being met.
The Behavioral Support Service includes assessment of problematic strategies through observation, conversations with the person and/or team and review of historical records; coordination of the clinical/behavioral information affecting the individual health / mental health status to the treating psychiatrist and; collection and evaluation / analysis of data ensures that plans are revised as needed.
In-Home Care Services
Our friendly and experienced staff will make sure you and your loved ones always feel comfortable and secure. In-Home Based Supports provides services such as teaching basic self-care skills, social skills and activities of daily living. Schedule your appointment and see how our team of qualified professionals can get you or your loved ones feeling great and becoming more independent.
Examples of Individual Supports Activities*:
- Support from staff to assist an individual participating in activities such as: assistance in completing activities of daily living, ordering off a menu, purchasing items, learning basic cooking, laundry skills, etiquette, travel training, accessing activities in the community, etc.
- Support from staff to assist in activities of daily living in their residence – dressing, personal care, eating, etc.
- Support from staff to enable an individual to attend an event, take a class, etc.
- Support on a job site to assist in basic self-care, social skills, and activities of daily living.
* Please note that examples are not all inclusive of everything that can be accomplished through this service.