Our Supported Living Program serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and provides a comfortable home shared with one other resident, and is supported by trained staff 24 hours per day. Staff members assist residents in attaining independent living skills. Each resident has his/her own bedroom and receives individualized care and skill building according to his/her treatment plan.  

Eligibility

  • Must have DHHS funding MaineCare Home and Community Based Waiver Approval Section 21

  • Must be 18 years of age or older

  • Must have diagnosis of intellectual or developmental disability

 

Supported Living Services Ensure the Health, Safety, and Well-being of Residents

Residents receive assistance in meeting daily needs according to their individualized treatment plans, which may consist of

  • Choice making and independent living skills training

  • Community integration and inclusion

  • Developing socially appropriate behavior and interpersonal skills; including anger management, increasing self-esteem and coping skills

  • Developing and maintaining age appropriate behaviors; including socially appropriate behavior and interpersonal skills

  • Developing functional skills; including, but not limited to, properly handling emergencies, cleaning and maintaining their home, managing money, recognizing street signs, problem solving skills, etc.

 

Goals and Objectives of Supported Living Services

  • Maximize independence and provide the least restrictive, safe living environment

  • Provide an environment of choice

 

Qualified, Trained and Reliable Staff

Our staff administers and monitors all medications, as well as reports any reactions to the resident’s doctors, when this is a need.

  • Medication monitoring and administering

  • Assistance with maintaining proper medical care, including making and keeping medical and dental appointments

  • Transportation to medical, dental and services such as counseling, occupational and physical therapy

Geographic Locations Served

Penobscot County    

Piscataquis County

 

 

 

Contact

For referrals, please call the Director of Operations for the Dover-Foxcroft area at (207) 564-2464.  

Funded in part by the Department of Health and Human Services. 


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