From the moment you sit down with Ke’Dren, you can tell he is highly motivated and outgoing, the kind of person you want to be around because their drive is contagious.
The Community Living Program provides 10 to 40 hours per week of assistance to individuals living on their own outside of a family household.
Supported living provides assistance as needed around the clock to individuals with disabilities living together in their own house or apartment.
Easterseals Arc operates eight group homes in Fort Wayne. Residents receive care, guidance and supervision from trained, nurturing staff.
Structured Family Caregiving is ideal for clients who want to live in a family environment. In this program, an individual with a developmental disability lives with an adult or a family in a home setting.
Wellness coordination provides an ongoing wellness plan for eligible individuals as part of the Community Integration and Habilitation Waiver.
Easterseals Arc offers activities and groups to help individuals build natural connections and provides information on many other resources throughout the community.