Oak Hill's group homes provide top quality housing for adults living with intellectual and physical disabilities. Homes and apartments are located throughout Connecticut. Each one has been carefully designed to include full- or part-time support staff, supervisors, nurses, speech, occupational and physical therapists and social workers.
Each home is unique to the participants that live there. Most have their own bedroom. From two to eight program participants live in a home with the average being six per home (support and independent living apartments are designed for one resident).
We offer homes for children and adults and work with each program participant's planning team to provide a successful transition. Homes for children under 21 are dedicated to supporting children with medically complex needs or behavioral challenges and to providing continuity of learning from school to home.
Every Oak Hill group home features:
- Individualized program plans
- Highly qualified professionals
- Daily activities designed to enhance learning and personal competencies
- Leisure time activities that encourage the pursuit of hobbies and development of friendships
- Emphasis on community integration
- Safe, comfortable and personalized environments