DSI group homes blend into community neighborhoods and serve between five and eight individuals with developmental challenges.
Residents learn daily living skills that help them achieve the highest level of independence possible. In DSI group homes, residents learn to cook healthy meals, practice good housekeeping and money management.
Residents also have opportunities to participate in recreational, social, and learning experiences in the community.
DSI's group homes provide the most non-restrictive and natural environment possible for individuals to learn and grow through individualized person-centered approach.
DSI group homes are audited for quality care by the State Department of Health, Long Term Care Division. The homes are licensed by the Division of Disability and Rehabilitation's Community Residential Facilities Council. Also client, family and guardian input is used as an important part of the quality assurance process.