Support that hits home

In many cases, the best way for individuals to maintain a high quality of life is to remain in the comfort of their community and home. ViaQuest’s Residential Services provide specialized quality, care for individuals while allowing them to maintain their surroundings and routines with as little disruption as possible. We strongly believe that individuals with disabilities can live in their communities safely and with as much independence as possible with the right support.

ViaQuest’s Circle of Care approach is individualized and team focused, as we believe the best outcomes are achieved by working with the individual, their family, caregivers, county board case managers and medical professionals to establish a comprehensive support system. We provide services in traditional supported living settings and ODODD licensed group homes.

Residential Services include:

  • Health services coordination and medication administration
  • Behavioral and mental health support
  • Respite for caregivers
  • Career support
  • Community integration
  • ICF/IDD services
  • Free payee services
  • Social opportunities
  • Money management
  • Support at home
  • Family support
  • Family Advisory Council

The ViaQuest Difference

Before coming into ViaQuest’s care, a patient named Alice maintained a very strict daily living regimen. She would eat, sleep and have social time on a rigid schedule. When these conditions were removed and Alice had freedom of choice for her spare time, she became uncomfortable and experienced physical aggression, which caused employees to be concerned for their own safety.

Alice’s ViaQuest case manager worked hard with her over the first few months of their relationship to establish trust and demonstrate that freedom of choice was a positive thing for Alice. During this transition, Alice began to experience seizures. The care ViaQuest provided during this time helped Alice bond with her care team, and she realized that they were there to care for her. Alice began to relax and became calmer and more pleasant in her daily interactions with others. She still attends her day program on a regular basis and has started earning her own income. Alice has also been engaging with those around her more openly.

Did You Know…

ViaQuest HealthCare Central is an intermediate care facility (ICF) that serves individuals whose high medical and/or behavioral needs limit them from living independently. Our ICF is community based with three homes, each having five residents.

Questions?

Call us at 855.289.1722 for answers and information.