Here at Independence Association, community homes exist or are developed to meet the needs of the individuals we support, which includes individual compatibility with housemate(s). Our focus is to encourage and teach as many independent living skills as our individuals desire. These skills have great variety and are tailored to each individual’s goals. Goals can range from an individual learning to tie his or her own shoes, to participating in an athletic event, or learning a skill such as cooking or sewing.
We encourage individuality and community-inclusive activities such as grocery shopping, going out to eat, attending movies, horseback riding, bowling and many other activities that make lives complete.
Our dedicated, well-trained staff looks forward to being involved in the process of an individual working to achieve their goals. Independence occurs when the individuals we support obtain even what seems like the slightest achievement.
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