Parker Place Living Centers

Parker Place Living Centers operates Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. These specialized facilities are commonly referred to as ICF-IIDs, and they provide residential care for individuals unable to live independently. We believe that individuals with intellectual disabilities who are not able to live at home deserve to live in a facility that provides a homelike environment in which they may learn, grow, and thrive. The ultimate goal of Parker Place Living Centers is to enable our residents to reach optimal levels of physical, intellectual, social, and vocational functioning that each unique resident is presently or potentially capable of reaching. Each of our homes have private bedrooms for 16 residents and stimulating and comfortable shared living and dining areas. All skilled care and support services will be coordinated by an interdisciplinary care team and will be specific and diversified to meet the individualized needs to enhance our residents’ overall quality of life. Our staff is consistently trained to provide interventions and support that make it possible for individuals to lead productive lives to their fullest potential at each residents’ unique level of abilities. Ongoing training and learning experiences provided by our staff ensure all residents are aware of their rights, freedoms, and potential for growth and self-determination. Parker Place Homes have dedicated staff members on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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