At Rose Meadow, our mission is to enhance each resident’s quality of life. Our commitment to excellence and service is achieved with the involvement of well-trained staff in an environment that promotes, serves, and enables each resident to enjoy the same values we want for ourselves, the highest level of independence, friendship, growth, and productivity. Rose Meadow programs provide supported living with 24 hour supervision in a comfortable home environment.
Our staffing ratios allow Rose Meadow to provide the highest level of care while at the program and also allow the opportunity for residents to enjoy individual community outings. Individuals can be served on a short-term basis, to receive specific community integration skills and prescribed therapy to regain a higher level of independence, or on a long-term basis for safety, health management and continued growth in independence. We also offer respite services (based on bed availability) which allow the care givers of individuals residing at home an opportunity for personal time, vacations, etc. while knowing their loved one is safe and receiving the highest level of care in their absence.
Rose Meadow serves adult residents from diverse personal backgrounds, but all have experienced life-altering events through work related injuries, personal accidents or neurological trauma which make complex specialized daily care necessary. Specifically, Rose Meadow serves individuals who:
Are diagnosed with acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, developmental disabilities or other related neurological trauma or disease.
Require nursing support, medical management, and attendant care.
Have complex medical management needs ie: ventilator dependent, tracheotomy care, tube feeding, etc.
Require up to 24 hours supervision and structure for personal safety and well being.
Require support with activities of daily living, personal care, mobility, and transfers.