Residential Group Homes for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities offer continual support including overnight staff to respond to the health, medical and behavioral needs of each individual. Each program participant has a service plan developed to assist him or her to reach their outcome goals. Our person-centered services strive to offer the greatest opportunities for unrestricted participation and community inclusion. Training may be provided in personal care, domestic skills, leisure time training, daily life skills and social skills. Assistance is offered in self-administration of medications as well as ensuring all medical appointments are adhered to.
Being a family caregiver is a full-time job that can take a toll on a person. Majority of caregivers focus so much on their loved one that they forget to take care of themselves. This oversight can have a major impact on them physically, mentally, emotionally, and psychologically.
We explore the impact being a family caregiver has on someone and why they tend to work past their limit, along with the role respite care can have to allow caregivers to recharge to be ready to fulfill the demanding needs of their loved ones. Respite care provides short-term relief for caregivers that allows them to take a break and recharge their batteries. Respite care can range from just the afternoon to several days or weeks. These services can be paid through the Medicaid Waiver or with private care. Contact us for details.
We offer transportation to our clients to all appointments, outings in the community, worship services, exercise in the community, store runs and what ever need is necessary that requires transportation.