Woodfords’ Residential Program offers adults with special needs the opportunity to live in a supportive home setting staffed by Direct Support Professionals. Woodfords understands that people need more than just a place to live – they need a place to call home. Consumers typically live with one or two roommates. Staff work with consumers, families and other service providers to promote independence and community inclusion. The continued participation of family and friends in the lives of consumers is an important part of residential placement outside the home.
- Guidance toward full acceptance and access within the surrounding community
- Help in areas of budgeting, cooking, grocery shopping and any other area needed to develop a sense of independence for the consumer
- Daily living experiences that meet the developmental, emotional, religious and social needs of the consumer
- Individualized service plans, such as an Individual Support Plan (ISP), Primary Care Provider Plan and Behavior Plan, to ensure goals and objectives are established and met
Eligibility & Referrals
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) qualifies adults 18 years+ with a developmental disability for this service.