DESCRIPTION OF THE HOME: 3801 is a two-story apartment building with four 2 bedroom apartments located in Robbinsdale (Hennepin County). Nine people receive services here, so 2 people share a bedroom, the other 7 have their own bedrooms. The house is on the main street that runs through the small ‘downtown’ area of Robbinsdale, so it’s walking distance to many shops, restaurants, police & fire station, etc. It is on a bus line. The house is wheelchair accessible only on the lower level; the upper and basement levels are not wheelchair accessible. There is no elevator in the building. The apartment with the room opening does not have an accessible bathroom. The staff is trained in multiple areas including Medication Administration, CPR, and Positive Behavior Supports. Consultation provided by Nurse, Dietitian, and Pharmacist.
DESCRIPTION OF PEOPLE WHO CURRENTLY LIVE IN THE HOME: Age range is from 42 – 73. Four of the individuals are men and four are women. People living here are supported by staff to participate in household and daily living activities to maintain and increase independent living skills to the best of their abilities. They are involved in their community and participate in classes, recreational activities, and social events. Everyone is out of the home working or participating in employment support during the day, during the week. All people here are verbal and ambulatory. Individuals are described in the mild to moderate range of disability. One person has some significant aging issues and has some 1:1 assistance to help with personal cares and independent living skills. All who live here are vulnerable in areas of physical, mental, and financial safety.
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For more information contact Gillian Swaby, Program Coordinator at 763-521-1076; or Matt Sharp, Program Director at 612-578-7992