Nineteen community-based, licensed group residential homes for adults and children with moderate to severe intellectual and/or physical disabilities throughout the Tucson area where adults and children (ages 12 to 80) receive individualized person-centered support and treatment strategies to ensure each person served can live, work and play in their community. Designed by the member and their team, service plans are developed based on the needs and desires of the member and their family/guardian when appropriate. Services include habilitation, room and board, and transportation. Supervision and support by trained direct support professionals is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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In-home assistance for individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities who live independently in their own home or with their family/caregiver. Focus is placed on meeting essential personal and physical care needs, as well as basic home management.
We also offer relief to primary caregivers by providing supervision, assistance with activities of daily living, community integration, and recreational activities.
Person-centered residential support for adults with intellectual and/or physical disabilities living in their own homes. Coaching/assistance with independent living skills including personal care, budgeting, bill paying, menu planning, grocery shopping, home upkeep, transportation, and community involvement. Support ranges from a few hours each week to 24-hour support.