Residential Living – A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home is our residential program designed to provide safe and secure homes and living situations for individuals who need basic shelter.

The goal is to provide a cognitive function assessment with imaging studies which will provide better understanding of what resources an individual needs to maintain a permanent and as independent a living situation as possible.

Many individuals with cognitive impairment require assistance and do not have the ability to drive or operate a motor vehicle, so some assistance is needed for that individual to maintain a residence.

Also the ability to understand and complete adult daily living (ADL) skills such a food shopping, cooking, laundry and personal and home care are essential for maintaining as healthy of a life as possible, preventing illness and the need for unplanned medical care and intervention.


Let’s build something together.