We serve individuals who demonstrate complex neurobehavioral challenges due to brain injury, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, and other associated diagnoses, and equip them with the opportunity and tools to live a purposeful life in community-based settings, while reducing harmful behaviors. Our culture of dignity and respect, combined with our clinically intensive, trauma-informed, person-centered treatment model provides clients with the skills to they need to stabilize, develop and thrive.
- 18 or older
- Diagnosed with traumatic/acquired brain injury or neurodevelopmental disorder
- Identified through the community of practice as engaging in high-risk behavior (legal involvement, sexually problematic behavior, fire-setting, etc.)
- Clinical acceptance from program director indicating appropriateness for clinical treatment modalities offered by the program.
- Less than 18 years of age
- Requiring 24/7 nursing care or complex medical care
- Psychiatrically unstable
- 814-licensed residential homes located in community settings
- All homes with fire suppression systems, hardwired smoke detectors, automatic generators system
- All homes with large front/backyard space conducive to outdoor activities such as cook-outs, soccer, basketball, croquet, badminton, etc.
- Single-occupancy bedrooms furnished with full-size beds, bureaus and flat-screen televisions
- Facility vehicles for transportation to therapeutic activities, personal appointments and community outings
- On-site clinical treatment team
- Psychology, BCBA, LMHC, OT, SLP, PRN, psychiatry, PMR, nursing
- Daily schedule of therapeutic, avocational/vocational, recreational activities led by licensed clinicians
- 24/7 direct support staff who have competed 40-hours of orientation training. On-site house managers to supervise staff, oversee daily activities and implement clinical protocols.
- Case management to coordinator daily schedule, manage appointments, schedule and moderate monthly staffing, and communicate with stakeholders
Discharge criteria and services available for step-down process:
- Consistent reduction in target behaviors
- Consistent independent utilization of learned coping skills
- Consistent progress towards/completion of individual treatment plan goals
- Step-down will be agreed upon as the next appropriate step by client, clinical treatment team, stakeholders (family, guardian, external case manager, service coordinator, etc.)
- Stakeholders will work together in a coordinated effort to make referrals to appropriate stepdown services (staffed residential supported living options, enhanced family care, etc.)