Community Integrated Programs

Community Integrated Programs

Community Integrated Programs

Residential Support

Residents share in-home activities including shopping, cooking, laundry, and general house chores. Individuals are provided with 24-hour supervision and individualized levels of support for all activities of daily living. Cognitive, psychosocial, prevocational and life skill therapy groups are offered on a daily basis and supervised by licensed staff.

Community Services

Residents take advantage of their local communities for recreational, social, and cultural activities. Socialization, leisure, health, and wellness skills are facilitated and supported. Transportation and supervision are provided as needed. Full access to community and Lakeview’s comprehensive staff of medical and allied health professionals is available.

Community Culture

Returning to work after a brain injury is a challenge. Through vocational programs, Lakeview works with individuals to pursue a return to work and productive use of time opportunities in their residence and community through collaboration with New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation and other community agencies. When appropriate, opportunities to explore vocational options, volunteer in community business and service environments, and transition to supported employment with job coaching are integrated into each individual’s service plan.

Lifestyle Opportunities

Lakeview ensures that each participant has a plan of care that is comprehensive and individualized. The plan is developed in collaboration with the participant, his or her support network, and any area agency that may work with the individual.

Medical and Mental Health

Participants are provided with the structure and support they need to manage their medical and mental health needs. The Case Manager oversees medical services, allied health therapies, and mental health services that are accessed in the community. Daily routines support care plans from physicians, therapists, and counselors. A local pharmacy delivers medication prescriptions.

Vocational Opportunities

Returning to work after a brain injury is a challenge. Through vocational programs, Lakeview works with individuals to pursue a return to work and productive use of time opportunities in their residence and community through collaboration with New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation and other community agencies. Opportunities to explore vocational options, volunteer in community business and service environments, and transition to supported employment with job coaching are integrated into each individual’s service plan.

Levels of Service

An individual’s plan of care will typically include: case management; community integration; access to community activities and services; medication management; 24-hour supervision; and, as needed, neuropsychological consultation. Participants are supported with a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise and reside in private rooms in comfortable residences. Transportation into and around the community is provided as needed for all activities.

Recreational Opportunities

Participants are encouraged to be self-reliant and as independent as possible. Case Managers work with residents to help prioritize goals and access leisure pursuits in the community, designed to enhance their overall quality of life.