Residential Services

Living options for adults with disabilities can take different forms, depending on the state of residence and the person’s level of independence. People come to Aspire with a variety of unique needs, including developmental disabilities, autism, brain injury and acute medical needs. Behavioral and medical challenges are not a barrier to services. Services encompass a wide continuum of supports, from drop-in hours for people living in their own homes to 24-hour assistance for those with complex needs.

Aspire offers a range of residential supports tailored to the preferences, needs, and goals of each person in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, and New Hampshire including:

Individualized Support

People living in their own homes may need some extra support to live independently. Aspire provides as-needed support to assist with specific tasks such as budgeting, household chores, making friends, medications, or emergencies. Support can come in the form of in-person staff, remote access to staff, or other technology solutions.

Shared Living

For those looking for more continuous support, Aspire offers shared living arrangements with home providers. A family, couple, or individual is paid to share their home and provide support. Aspire engages in a careful matching process to ensure a good fit. Shared living can range from a roommate situation to an intensive treatment program.

Staffed Residence / Group Home

For people whose preferences and needs are best served in a 24-hour staffed setting, Aspire operates staffed residences that serve one person or multiple people. Staffed residences offer full support for all aspects of daily living and community participation while engaging someone to pursue their own interests and passions.

In all cases, our goal is to establish a familiar and supportive environment that allows every person to thrive, grow, and be a part of the community. 

Contact us today to learn more about our residential services and how we can support you or your loved one live more fully and more independently in their community.