While living in their own home, apartment or family residence, LADD’s Community Supported Living offers adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to learn and strengthen independent living skills while learning how to access shopping, banks, churches, recreation facilities and public transportation resources.
Services can range from a few hours each week to 24 hours a day depending on the needs of the individual. Each person participates in a planning process with the support of our staff and a “team” that may include friends, family and other professionals, to develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP) that addresses support needs, as well as ensures ensures health and safety while living in the community.
Timberlane LLC is a unique living arrangement in a Cincinnati neighborhood where LADD provides program supervision and management of the home, as well as, all direct services and supports. Four women live together in a family atmosphere while learning independent living skills as developed in each of their ISP’s.
Service funding options include: Medicaid – HCBS – Level I and Individual Options Waivers, Supported Living Services through Hamilton County DD Services, or private pay.
Contact an Assistant Director of Programs at 513.487.3912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.