DESCRIPTION OF THE HOME: 75th Avenue is a six-bed rambler located in Maple Grove (Hennepin County). The house is near Fish Lake and overlooks a pond in the back and has several gardens and an outdoor patio and deck. The house is wheelchair accessible only on the upper level; the lower level is not wheelchair accessible. The open bed is located upstairs, we currently putting in an elevator to make the downstairs accessible. There are 3 bedrooms upstairs and 3 bedrooms downstairs. The only accessible bathroom is located upstairs. The staff is trained in the areas of Medication Administration, CPR, and Positive Supports. Staff is also skilled in physical cares as well. Staff nurse is scheduled 8 hours a week. Dietician reviews nutritional needs quarterly.
DESCRIPTION OF PEOPLE WHO CURRENTLY LIVE IN THE HOME: Age range 51-69, all individuals are women. People living at the house enjoy a wide range of preferred activities and are supported by staff to attend events and routine activities. They are very involved in their community and participate in classes, recreational activities, and social events. All 5 people are verbal. All individuals are ambulatory, one individual does use a walker and occasionally a wheelchair. Individuals are described in the mild to profound range of disability, and do not display aggression, and are vulnerable in being able to protect themselves from forms of aggression from others.
DATE OF OPENING: 12/01/2017
For more information contact Stacy Quackenbush, Program Coordinator at 763-420-5848; or Matt Sharp, Program Director at 612-578-7992