Here are some of the most popular housing options for adults with special needs. Living with Parents or Other Family Members Many adults with special needs, especially young adults, may live with their parents or other family members. Supervised Living or Boarding Home is for people needing more than periodic support but not hour supervision and called group living which provides: A boarding home shared by an allocated number of people and owned by an agency. The agency gives routine visits and on-call support.
Group Homes and Residential Supports for People with Autism. Here we provide a description of the types of of group homes, supportive living, supervised living, farmstead programs, community living options, family teaching model, cooperatives, shared housing and other residential models. The good news is there are many choices that allow your adult child to have new independence while still getting support, including private housing, group homes, or even moving to a backyard apartment or remodeled suite on your property. Assisted and Independent Living for Young Adults with DisabilitiesAuthor: Carly Hohl.
SECTION - SUPERVISED LIVING FOR INDIVIDUALS OF ALL DISABILITY GROUPS 10A NCAC 27G SCOPE (a) Supervised living is a hour facility which provides residential services to individuals in a home environment two or more adult clients. The Residential Living Center at the Parents’ Foundation for Transitional Living is a group home setting for adults with mental illness such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety disorder.