Our Lady of the Wayside’s Residential Program services for children and adults with developmental disabilities has been at the core of the agency’s mission for nearly 50 years. The Wayside’s Residential Program offers a comprehensive, high quality array of supports and services tailored for the optimum health and well being of the individuals we serve. Supported living, consortium homes, intermediate care facilities (ICF) and drop-in services are all a part of The Wayside Family of Services.

Managing 75 homes in communities throughout Cuyahoga, Lake, Lorain and Medina Counties, resources within The Wayside Family of Services are extensive and include access to:

  • Health and Nursing Programming
  • Pathways Day Program
  • Transportation Programming
  • Computer Education Programming
  • Equestrian Therapy
  • Behavior Modifications
  • Occupational and Physical Therapies
  • Personal Assistance
  • Personal Financial Management
  • Community Employment
  • Music Therapy
  • Wheelchair Maintenance
  • Social Services
  • Speech Therapy
  • Recreation Programs
  • Psychiatric Service
 
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Accommodations are tailored to the individuals living in each home and depending on the setting can include:

  • Ongoing Direct Care Staff
  • Lift Systems
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • Monitoring Systems
  • Weekly Resident Meetings
  • Community Outings
  • Accessible Showers
  • Fire Safety Equipment
  • Dietary Support and Menu Planning
  • Dedicated Vehicle
  • Social Development Opportunities
  • Ongoing Quality Assurance Monitoring

It is a well established fact that being a part of the community and living as independently as possible are among the most important values and goals shares by people with disabilities, their families and advocates. When a person with a disability has a safe and comfortable home, it gives them the opportunity to thrive within their community and realize important life goals including education, job training, employment and socialization. It is Our Lady of the Wayside’s honor to give children and adults with disabilities a place where they are supported in a way that enables them to have every chance to become the person they are meant to be.

For more information about The Wayside's Residential Program please call 440.934.6007.