Our Sponsored Residential program offers compassionate care in a home-based setting by carefully matching children and adults with developmental disabilities to sponsored residential homes. Our sponsored residential home providers empower individuals with developmental disabilities to be active members of families, experience community involvement, and find normalcy in everyday life.
The individuals we serve
Children and adults in DePaul’s Sponsored Residential program have developmental disabilities. Some also have physical disabilities. We serve individuals with disabilities including:
- Intellectual disabilities
- Down syndrome
- Fragile X syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
The support we provide
Sponsored residential providers ensure the individuals in our program receive support including:
- Assistance with personal care and daily living
- Behavior intervention
- Care and compassion
- Medical and health care coordination
- Community access
- Leisure activities
- Emotional support
DePaul also has a fully-staffed registered nurse team to meet the comprehensive medical needs for individuals served in our residential and day support programs. This team is comprised of regional nurses who provide medical assessments, consult with social work staff and providers related to medical orders and medication needs, and provide nurse oversight to those with complex medical needs as outlined by DBHDS regulation.
Learn More About Becoming a Sponsored Residential Provider
To learn more about becoming a sponsored residential provider, call us at 888-233-7285 or fill out the form below. Someone will respond to you as soon as possible.