Please carefully consider these important residency qualifications and responsibilities to see if Solon Community Living is the right place to call HOME!
Individuals at least 23 years of age upon their move-in date and who have Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities as their primary diagnosis (I/DD).
Residents and their families are responsible for securing and maintaining any necessary support services such as in-home care and supervision (Homemaker/Personal Care – HPC), day programs, employment support, and transportation.
Residents will have a range of abilities and support needs, but those who are medically fragile or demonstrate significant, consistent behaviors that pose an unmanageable risk to themselves or others, would not be a good fit.
Residents and their families must demonstrate a sustained ability to cover all current and future costs to live at SCL (this could include Medicaid waivers, private pay, or other sources).
Solon Community Living is a neighborhood with supports but is not a medical home, licensed congregate care, or assisted living facility.
SOLON COMMUNITY LIVING IS NOT A DIRECT CARE PROVIDER
Our Family Readiness curriculum and advisors will help families create legal, financial, care and life plans to address current and next generation supports needed for the resident.
Solon Community Living is a family-supported neighborhood; therefore, resident and family participation in the shared community are essential and highly valued to encourage independence and self-determination.
Solon Community Living wants families and community residents
to be successful!