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Hope Residence provides an extensive array of services to support and enhance the lives of residents dealing with disabilities such as down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, ataxia and epilepsy.
Our person-centered care is tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual, focusing on their own personal growth and enrichment. Our experienced and compassionate team members are trained in the latest advances in care and can adapt services as needed.
From social activities to recreational programs, we provide the kind of supportive environment that allows individuals to increase their self-sufficiency, be active members of the community and develop meaningful friendships.
Care of the soul is a key part of Hope Residence. Spiritual care is offered through chaplaincy, worship services and Bible studies, and an ordained chaplain is part of the team.
Hope Residence has always been a top notch placement, and I’ve worked with your staff there since I started in Developmental Disability Case Management in 1989. I cannot thank you and all your staff enough for the care you gave Eric. Your ability to handle a situation with efficiency and grace — with limited knowledge of why things were occurring — was wonderful. I truly appreciate it and would highly recommend Hope Residence to families I work with and other Social Workers looking for placements. I would feel comfortable referring a family member there if I ever needed to.
Working here has allowed me develop into a more spiritual person. God becomes more important in your life every day you’re here.
“The care my cousin Pat received from day one has always been top notch,” Noreen said. “The team at Hope just cared so much for Pat and were very sad in her passing. In my heart, it felt good to see that. They were good friends to Pat and really loved her, and the feeling was mutual.”
“It was her best experience. Team members worked really hard to learn sign language and set aside a time for Desiree to help them learn,” Leona explained. “Hope’s spiritual care was a major plus for us. It was wonderful to know that was living in Godly atmosphere.” Leona's daughter Desiree is deaf, has cerebral palsy and is hyper-active. She lived at Hope Residence until she got married.