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Residential Services

Individuals who receive Residential Services live in an array of living situations adapted to meet their needs. Adults with developmental disabilities supported through this service learn independent living skills. Individuals learn how to cook, clean, do laundry, manage their money, locate and participate in community activities and many other skills which enable them to lead more independent lives and become more active, productive members of their community.

Adults experience the responsibilities and rewards of community life. All individuals are encouraged to grow as much as possible to reach their individual goals.

Click to download a copy of the Residential Services Handbook