What are Residential Services?
OPTIONS Residential Services Program provides intensive instruction and intervention to reduce challenging behaviors and cognitive deficits for people with intellectual disabilities and/or other neurological impairments.
Services are designed to foster transition to more independent living environments within the shortest reasonable period of time. There is no preset or average length of stay for people served in OPTIONS residential programs, but instead a continual review of progress and individualized plans for residential services. OPTIONS homes are staffed at a one-to-three staff-to-client ratio for up to fourteen hours per day, with a one-to-six ratio at night.
OPTIONS” overall residential program design has three major components: independent living skills acquisition, behavior management, and medical services. All programing is directed by qualified staff and services are outlined in each client’s Individual Service Plan.
Where are OPTIONS' residential services Located? What Are They Like?
OPTIONS operates a variety of programs throughout San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. These include ICF-IDH residential services, Community Care Licensed residential services, Crisis residential services, Community Care Licensed Day program services, Transitional Living services, Supported Living services, Independent Living services and vocational services. All of our residential locations are located in quiet, residential neighborhoods in the community.
How Do OPTIONS' Residential Services Help People To Achieve Their Goals?
OPTIONS is committed to individual choice and family involvement in the planning of services for everyone we support. Each person and family members of his or her choice contribute to theirs Individual Service Plan (ISP) and serve as members of the Interdisciplinary (ID) Team that creates a personalized program to address presenting behavior problems and independent living skills deficits. Each person's ISP will include, but not be limited to reason for referral, primary and secondary diagnoses, functional description of targeted objectives, measurement procedures, baseline data, goals, treatment plans, and people responsible for implementation. The ID Team meets every six months or more often as necessary to update the client’s ISP