The Seniors Program is a part of the Supported Living Program that provides ongoing support to adults with developmental disabilities who are approaching their senior years. It addresses the unique needs of older individuals, sick including medical, social and recreational. The program provides an environment that allows senior clients to continue living independently in their community. Clients live in either individual one-bedroom apartments or shared two-bedroom apartments within an integrated seniors’ complex.
The program can serve as a long-term living arrangement, and has the potential to increase hours to meet clients’ needs. A Lifehouse employee lives on the premises. Services include medication monitoring, making and accompanying to doctor visits and labs, training in nutrition and healthcare skills, as well as the services with consultants, such as nutritionists, occupational therapists, behavioral therapists and physical therapists.