Residential Services

Living options for adults with developmental disabilities can take different forms, depending on the state of residence and the individual’s level of independence.

In some states, residential programs come in the form of Shared Living arrangements, where one individual shares the home of a caring and competent adult, couple or family. If you’re interested in becoming a shared living provider, download the complimentary eBook, below!

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In other states, group homes are an option; these allow several individuals to live together in a house, with the support and mentorship of full time caregivers. High-functioning adults may choose to remain in their own rented or owned home with the support of individualized home staffing arrangements, where they are regularly visited by our providers to have help with various daily living activities.

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

Interested in becoming a Community Companion Home or Shared Living provider? Please fill out our contact form.