In over three decades of growth, Women’s League’s residential services have been the key to its sterling reputation in the field of disabilities. Whether it’s a group home for non-ambulatory service participants, a residence for geriatric age men, a supportive apartment for a married couple with developmental disabilities or an IRA (Individual Residential Alternative) for four adults with mild disabilities, each of Women’s League’s
settings shares the same basic traits: a dedicated and loving team of direct support professionals, psychologists, social workers, nurses, nutritionists and therapists; modern facilities; and the warm, family environment that turns a house into a home.
Women’s League currently operates twenty-five residential programs that are geared for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, each catering to the specific social, psychological, therapeutic, and medical needs of its service participants, and each promoting the Women’s League philosophy of respect and inclusion for all.
For information about the differences between Women’s League’s many residential settings, to discuss the suitability of a prospective service participant, or to refer an individual with challenges for placement, please contact us directly.