The group homes that exist for adults with developmental disabilities vary significantly in the services they provide based on the residents’ unique needs.
There are group homes for many different types of disabilities. Some examples of these include:
Because of the many different types of individuals that group homes serve, there may be limited availability in the area for the level of care the individual needs. A lot of times special caregivers need to be hired for the group home to provide the best possible care for a developmentally disabled adult.
The spectrum of developmentally disabled individuals is vast, and finding a group home that meets the individual’s specific needs. Here are some examples of the types of services that might be needed:
Most of these programs will take government subsidized payment such as SRO housing through HUD, SSI, SSDI, and various state programs. There may also be grants available through philanthropic non-profit organizations. Other means to pay include payments through the parents or other relatives of the individual.
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