Happy Valley Day Facility

Happy Valley's Residential Services

We provide flexible services:

  • Custom care plans designed to meet your special needs
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
    24-Hour on site care givers
  • Accepting ambulatory and non-ambulatory residents
  • Nutritious home cooked meals and snacks
  • Special meals to meet dietary needs
  • Daily housekeeping and personal laundry service
  • Storage and management of medication by staff
  • Help with transportation arrangements
  • Social and recreational activities encouraging group interaction

 

Compassionate Staff
  • Highly trained, experienced and loving staff including CNA Personal services: high ratio of 1 caregivers per 4 residents to 1 to 1 exceptional rates
    Staff on site 24x7 year around
  • Quality Home For Developemental Disable
  • Warm caring and loving home atmosphere
  • Covered patio with outdoor seating
  • Central heating and air-conditioning
  • Wheelchair access
  • Close to Medical Center, Senior Center, Shopping Mall
  • Families and friends are welcomed at any time
    Comfortable and inviting rooms
  • Fully carpeted and furnished (or provide your own furniture)
  • Private and semi-private Rooms
  • Internet and cable ready

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We provide an individualized program for adults with mental retardation
Because no single adult with DD/MR diagnosis is quite like another, our Individual Program Plan addresses each person’s unique abilities and attributes in designing a care program. This what makes Happy Valley Residential a special place for Down syndrome adults and a viable alternative to group homes for mentally retarded adults. Any program for adults with mental retardation must consider the type of training and activities needed to assist that person in reaching his or her goals. Our residential care for adults with mental retardation is tailored to their needs and interests

An alternative to group homes for adults with mental retardation
Adulthood brings new challenges for families concerned about the health and quality of life of a loved one with mental retardation. Assisted living is a suitable option for adults with mental retardation who need help or supervision (such as medical assistance or guidance) but can manage most daily activities on their own. But when it comes to assisted living, quality of life issues are what concern families most. At Happy Valley Residential we provide a program of training, supervision and activities that directly address quality of life. That’s what makes Happy Valley Residential a viable alternative to group homes adults with mental retardation. The combination of a safe environment, engaging activities and training tailored to the needs of each individual provides an overall sense of well-being and satisfaction for the adults with mental retardation who live at Happy Valley Residential.

Life skills training; training and placement into jobs for adults with mental retardation
From tips on grooming, to fitness and exercise—residents with mental retardation receive a variety of life-skills-based training. Happy Valley Residential offers training in shopping, cooking, money management, healthy eating choices and much more. The goal of Life Skills training is to enable residents to reach the highest level of personal independence possible in their daily routines.
Residents with mental retardation who desire employment are often enrolled in Job Skills Training. They learn the importance of staying on task, arriving at work on time, taking directions and adopting appropriate behaviors in an employment setting. Residents develop resume writing and interviewing skills and learn to set goals for the type of employment desired Happy Valley Residential. has had much success in training and finding jobs for mentally retarded adults, both on-campus and in the community.

Leisure training promotes good health, increases self-esteem
At the beginning of each training semester, community directors work with the training and education staff to determine the leisure training needs and interests of each resident. They consult the resident’s annual Individual Support Program (ISP) and then devise a schedule that keeps each resident moving toward the goals expressed in his/her plan. Leisure training is a vital part of the training offered at Happy Valley Residential. Whether residents walk, bike, garden or play sports, the general idea is to encourage them to learn to use their leisure time to improve overall health, vitality and enjoyment of life.

Community Residential Alternatives are available to individuals who require intense levels of residential support in small group settings of four or fewer or in host home/life-sharing arrangements. Services include a range of interventions that focus on training and support in one or more of the following areas: eating and drinking, toileting, personal grooming and health care, dressing, communic ation, interpersonal relationships, mobility, home management and use of leisure time.

Financial Support Services are provided to assure that participant-directed funds outlined in Individual Service Plans are managed and distributed as intended.

Group Homes are licensed homes that serve up to four individuals with developmental disabilities who require intense levels of residential support. Group Homes provide a range of interventions that focus on training and support in one or more of the following areas: eating and drinking, toileting, personal grooming and health care, dressing, communication, interpersonal relationships, mobility, home management and use of leisure time.