Rose-Mary Community Homes
Our homes throughout Cuyahoga County offer children and adults with developmental disabilities an opportunity to live in a safe, home-like setting. A licensed and professional staff, including nurses, 24/7 direct care staff assistance and daily activities and field trips to promote personal growth are provided for residents.
A structured day of personal growth and development is accomplished through recreational activities, and through individual and group instruction, including individual habilitation plans.
Those we serve acquire more skills and learn to live more independently through:
- Individual Habilitation Plans – Each individual served is assessed to understand his or her strengths and areas that need improvement. This assessment is reviewed and updated quarterly.
- Medical attention – Nursing services are available 24 hours a day to address medical needs, such as seizure disorders.
- Interdisciplinary team – A comprehensive team of professionals assesses, writes and implements each individual’s habilitation plan. The team can include nurses, a social worker, psychologist, registered dietician, pediatrician, dentist, child psychiatrist, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, a speech pathologist, Qualified Professionals for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, a client/family advocate, trained direct care staff, in addition to the resident her/himself and family members.
- Recreational opportunities – Recreation activities are planned for all the individuals, giving them opportunities to practice and improve community-based skills.
- Family involvement – Family visits are an important part of the resident’s treatment plan. Individuals may go home anytime, or families may visit at the Rose-Mary residences if preferred. Also, family members are involved in activities held at the different residential sites such as picnics or holiday gatherings. Finally, families are an important part of creating the Individual Habilitation Plan for their loved one.
Rose-Mary Day Program
Available to RM residents and community members with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Rose-Mary Day Program is a part of the statewide Employment First Initiative, based on the idea that every person has an employable skill and can be employable with the right support and preparation. The program focuses on finding and developing the individualized strengths of participants and helping them to become ready for workplace employment in three main areas:
- Activities of Daily Living
- Functional Academics
- Vocational Skills
Offers temporary or short-term care for youth and young adults with developmental disabilities to provide relief for their usual caregivers. Our well trained 24-hour staff helps accommodate guests’ specialized dietary, medical, and recreational needs. Located in Euclid.