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Group homes and community integration of developmentally disabled people

micro-institutionalisation?

by Janice C. Sinson

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Published by J. Kingsley Publications in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Group homes for the developmentally disabled -- Great Britain.,
  • Developmentally disabled -- Services for -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJanice C. Sinson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV3008.G7 S56 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination202 p.
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20744925M
    ISBN 101853021253

    The Project Six Adult Residential Group Homes are classified as ICF-DD/H, which stands for “Intermediate Care Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled- Habilitative.” The homes are long-term care facilities, funded by Medi-Cal, licensed independently by the California Department of Public Health, and provide a cozy, home-like environment.   A look at the experiences of three people moved over the last year from Central State Hospital in Georgia to group homes. discharging all of its developmentally disabled patients this year. Author: Rachel L. Swarns.

    Community Living/In Home Supports offers customized assistance to people in their home and community based upon the individual’s specific needs. Supports may be in the form of providing assistance with household budgeting, making and keeping medical appointments and assisting the individual with meaningful integration into their local community. For more information about Happiness House Community Habilitation Services, please call Kileen Smith at () or [email protected] Respite Services. Happiness House offers respite services to individuals with developmental disabilities who are at least three years old and live in a home with at least one family member or.

    3. Persons with developmental disabilities form new relationships that support them in their home and community with an increased level of independence and self-sufficiency. 4. Persons with developmental disabilities maintain relationships that support them in their home and community with a continued level of independence and self-sufficiency Size: 13KB. The NH developmental services system offers adult individuals with developmental disabilities a wide range of supports and services within their own communities. Services All direct services and supports to individuals and families are provided through 10 non-profit designated area agencies located throughout NH.


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