Residential FAQ

What individuals do you work with?

Our trained and knowledgeable staff has experience working with individuals with needs ranging in the following areas:

  • Intellectual, developmental disabilities, and autism (ranging from mild to severe).
  • Disabilities in the areas of Blindness, Deafness, Gait, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

What individual needs does your team have experience with?

  • Co-occuring disorders including but not limited to Schizophrenia, Bipolar, Borderline Personality, ADHD, Depression, Intermittent Explosive, and Mood Disorder.
  • Medical Needs in the area of non-ambulatory full care, tracheal tubes, G-tubes, diabetes, hypertension, PICA, CHARGE syndrome, peg tubes, thyroid disorders, seizures, seborrhea dermatitis, spastic dysplasia, sleep apnea, scoliosis, cellulitis and morbid obesity.

What are your specialized services?

  • Assessment of needs by a QIDP/ QMHP and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Development of strategies that assist individuals to improve their independence skills
  • Behavior Plan Development and/or Oversight by our PBS Coordinator and Experienced Behavior Team Members
  • Medical Oversight by our Nursing Staff and Administration Team
  • Instruction and supervision in the use of community resources
  • Dietary Needs Developed by our Licensed Nutritionist

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