Supporting a person’s ability to live with dignity and independence is a guiding principle at the Babcock Center.
See dignity and independence in action at dinner time with these individuals.
Residential Support Options
Supported Living I (SLPI)– individuals live on their own and manage their households independently may choose to receive support with arranging attendant care, healthcare, transportation and other supports, as needed
Supported Living II (SLPII)– staff are available around the clock at these locations to provide care and supervision and to assist with skill mastery toward independent living
Community Training Homes I (CTHI)– individuals live with other peers in single family homes. These residences provide opportunities to establish friendships, relationships, and provide ability to become active contributing community members
Community Training Home II (CTHII)– is a specialized community based residential program where an individual lives as a member of the caregiver’s family
Intermediate Care—This option provides intense 24-hour care, training and supervision forcontinuous levels of support.
For more information regarding Residential Supports please call at 803-790-1970.