Loveland Center has existed for more than 50 years in our community. Throughout those 50 years, there have been many trials and triumphs that individuals with developmental disabilities have faced. Now individuals with developmental disabilities are facing a new trial: they are outliving their parents, or parents’ ability to be caretakers.
Thanks to many factors, individuals with developmental disabilities are living longer. Many parents are asking, “what will happen to my child when I am gone?” For some, the answer is living with siblings, but many are unprepared for the challenges that come with caring for an individual with developmental disabilities.
That is why the Loveland Center has created the Loveland Village: A planned residential community tailored specifically for adults with developmental disabilities. This community is being built around all of the needs that many people with DD encounter.
The Village at Loveland Center is setup in a way that residents can:
live amongst their peers.
choose from whom they receive services.
control their living situation.
thrive in a safe environment.
be active in community organizations and events.
maintain an active lifestyle.
have a community of natural supports.
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