Supervised apartments inspire independence
We have created intentional communities built around commonalities, while providing supervised apartments for residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and mental health challenges. Residents enjoy being a part of a community of neighbors with shared experiences, while maintaining their independence by living in their own unit.
Supervised apartments offer residents an independent lifestyle, while providing access to our support team who can assist with both everyday tasks or crisis events, such as:
- Assisting with medical and mental health treatment plans.
- Encouraging participation in group activities.
- Helping residents figure out access and options for transportation.
- Practicing socialization and developmental skills.
We operate several supervised apartments for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, which are units in larger apartment buildings operated by Easterseals UCP. This allows residents to be a part of a community, while maintaining their independence.
Supervised apartments may be occupied by one or two people and are designed with accessibility and safety in mind. Most units are one-bedroom apartments. However, we also offer a few two-bedroom apartments that can be rented to roommates or families. Apartment rents are subsidized and based upon the income of each resident.
We also offer ADA-compliant apartments for residents with mobility challenges:
- Apartments on the first floor or near an elevator.
- Lower countertops and closet shelving.
- Wider doors to accommodate wheelchair access.
To ensure the guidelines are followed, standards are met and living environments are safe in our supervised apartments, they are regularly inspected by:
- Internal Easterseals UCP Quality Management teams.
- Department of Health and Human Services Division of Health Service Regulation.
- Governing bodies of Managed Care Organizations.
- Local fire marshals.
Here’s what our clients are saying…
“I’ve been able to work on my goals and increase some of my skills. I learn from others with similar problems who share what they’ve accomplished because of the program.”
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