Residential housing for adults that need care

Residential Program & Services

Dawn Jacobsmeyer, VP of Residential Program

Our Residential Programs provide 24-hour care for adults diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as brain injuries, within our homes in the Merrimack Valley. Some of our homes target more specific care needs including Turning 22 (T22), Acquired Brain Injury, and Medical Model homes

Participants of this program must be eligible under the DDS guidelines. For more information, see our program rack card

Target Audience

Adulthood (22+)
Golden Years (Retirement+)
Adulthood (22+)
Golden Years (Retirement+)

Turning 22/Behavioral Support Homes

Adults with flowers

Turning 22 (T22) residential homes serve young adults on the Autism Spectrum and those with other behavioral challenges. Structured activity planning, skill development, job coaching, and other activities that support individuals to become more independent are provided daily with significant support from behavioral health clinicians.

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Homes

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) homes provide intensive rehabilitation support to individuals who have experienced a brain injury. Given the complexity of a brain injury, these specialty homes work closely with nursing and behavioral health to address the whole health and well-being of the individual.

Man with brain injury

Medical Model Homes

Medical Model Homes

Medical Model Homes support individuals with complex medical needs that can only be provided under the supervision of a skilled or licensed medical professional. Significant skilled nursing support is provided which may include tracheostomy care and management, physical therapy, wound care, intravenous injections, catheter care, and more.

I/DD (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities)

For adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, our residents are encouraged, when possible, to interact with their peers, form relationships, develop social skills, share interests, and become part of their community by continually increasing their independence.

Adults with developmental disabilites

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