Community Residential Services

BFAIR’ s Community Residential Services offer supportive, flexible and individualized living assistance for people with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injury, ranging in age from young adult to elderly. The program offers a variety of residential options, including staffed apartments, cooperative apartments, group residences, individual apartments with outreach, shared living arrangements and adult foster care placements.

The agency has a long history of providing quality residential supports to people diagnosed with a developmental disability. Currently the agency provides residential services in ten 24-hour staffed homes, one less than 24-hour home, twenty semi-independent living situations and twenty-two shared living homes.

Each person receiving residential supports has a comprehensive individualized service plan and receives case management support around established goals. Each person receiving or referred for residential services is supported to develop, maintain, and improve personal relationships; to participate in meaningful and productive activities; to make informed decisions; to be as fully independent as possible and to explore assistive devices and accommodations. In accordance with our missions, we actively involve all people living in the home in the development and assessment of the household and its ongoing activities and functions.