Excentia Human Services operates 36 completely integrated residential homes located throughout Lancaster County in a variety of neighborhoods. In-home supports are provided by trained staff and are based on individual needs. Our goal is to develop a strong, natural support system for each individual which includes the community-at-large, family, and friends.
At Excentia Human Services, we provide supportive and nurturing assisted living for adults with developmental disabilities to help them achieve independence. Our proactive approach to care allows people to gain a sense of purpose while participating in meaningful activities and social interactions.
Residential Services provides supports and services to help people live in their community as completely and independently as they desire. We work together to create communities that people can call their home, in every sense of the word. Generally, the community homes we staff are with three individuals living together; however we also provide supports in two-person homes and when necessary in one-person homes. The amount of support in these homes is based on each individual’s needs.
As the parent or caregiver of an adult with intellectual disabilities, you know how important it is for your loved one to maintain their independence while receiving the right level of care. At our residential homes for adults with developmental disabilities, residents are able to live independently while having access to our staff for additional support.
A staff member is always present at each residence, and we can help your loved one with tasks such as medication management, transportation and finances. People in our residential community homes benefit from:
Most of our residential facilities for developmentally disabled adults support up to three people, and all residents have access to staff members at all times. We offer personalized services such as overnight care and one-on-one behavioral support to meet residents’ specific needs. Our staff members can also assist with tasks such as developing daily routines, using the many resources available and making connections with other community members. We also offer van services to take residents to events or appointments outside the home.
At Excentia Human Services, we encourage parents and other family members to remain in their loved ones’ lives after they begin living in our residential community. Family members are welcome to visit, and our staff works with them to develop and review their loved ones’ treatment plans.
If you have a question or would like more information, please contact Leo, Director of Residential Services.
Help your loved one achieve an independent life with assisted living for adults with developmental disabilities from Excentia Human Services. All residents in our communities live with as much freedom as they desire, and we strive to provide the highest quality of life possible. To learn more about our services, we encourage you to contact us today!