We believe every individual has a right to a meaningful life and an opportunity to contribute to their community despite any intellectual or developmental disability they may have. Ariel strives to help all adults in our care obtain the services and support they need to live a productive life in the community where they can participate in activities and work if possible. Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities are respected and are an integral part of our Ariel family and we provide an array of services to support them.
At Ariel, we offer a few types of residential services and we pride ourselves in taking the time to identify the option best suited each individual. We offer on-going support to ensure our individual’s care and independence are the primary focus. 1) We offer host homes where an individual lives with a family, couple, or single adult and becomes a part of their family. To become a host home provider, scroll down to find out more information and learn about the process. 2) A Personal Care Alternative (PCA) is when an individual lives in a home independently or with peer roommates. Support staff come into the home on a scheduled basis to offer support as needed. 3) Individuals can also live with a Family Caregiver. In this setting, individuals live with a family member in a host home setting. 4) Finally, we also offer respite care. This is offered on an hourly or daily basis in a variety of settings to include the community, a host home, or in the individual’s home*. Staff at each of our locations have a strong sense of compassion for the plight of the adult with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and understand the unique concerns that they face.
*Some restrictions to this service apply.