Group Homes

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shutterstock_107600936A group home is a private residence designed to serve those with physical disabilities. Typically there are no more than six residents and there is a trained caregiver there twenty-four hours a day. Residents of group homes usually have either a chronic mental disorder or physical disability that prevents them from living independently. They need continual assistance in order to complete daily tasks, such as taking medication or bathing. Some residents may also have behavioral problems that require supervision because they may be dangerous to themselves or others. The caregiver on duty is responsible for assisting the residents with activities of daily living, housekeeping, meals and minimal activities. Some group homes provide transportation, while many require an outside transportation company provide getting residents to and from doctor’s appointments.

3 Meals per day
Housekeeping
Linens & Personal Laundry
Typically 1 Care Staff on duty at a time
Transportation is typically scheduled by resident through outside provider
Minimal Activities & socialization
Assistance with Activities of daily living:
Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Medication Administration, Transferring, Escorting to & from meals and/or activities, coordinating outside health care providers & transportation to medical appointments.
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