Group Living for People who Choose a More Structured Settings.
Transitional Care Living Facility (TCLF)
Two group homes with 24 hour support are available for people who need or prefer family style living. People who receive services in these homes are usually employed or engaged in vocational training or volunteer activities. They spend part or all of the day away from their residence.
People enrolled are actively engaged in activities that will lead them to greater independence and more control of their lives. Some people are developing a sense of self-identity and preferred life style. They are exploring options and making choices that will assist them to identify their personal goals and make them known to people who support them as well as their family and friends.
Some people may be learning to plan and prepare nutritious meals using pre-packaged or frozen meals. Other people may be learning to plan meals for special occasions to share with family or friends.
People may be learning how to balance a checkbook, manage a portion of their finances, or perform bank transactions. People may have identified spending goals such as trips or major purchases
People who have identified a less restrictive living setting as one of their personal goals may be learning safety skills such as pedestrian skills, simple first aid, fire and weather emergencies, or safe food storage.
Most people want to have satisfying recreation and leisure activities. They may use a personal calendar to plan for activities. They may request support to broaden their options such as planning out of state trips, joining a local club/organization or participating in a community-sporting event.
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