We offer Supported Living opportunities, through the Medicaid Waiver in our Northwest Indiana location. We assist individuals and their teams with finding appropriate roommate matches and places to live in the community. We can provide a full range of staff supervision (i.e. 24/7 to 8 hours a day, etc.). We have Supported Living arrangements for both male and female individuals.

Staff assists the individuals with grocery shopping, activities around the home (i.e., laundry, meal preparation, cleaning, etc.), medical coordination, the facilitation of community activities, and transportation into the community.

What is the difference between Supported Living and a group home?

Supported living environments are those that allow the individuals to maintain his/her Medicaid Waiver and experience individualized services, while having the opportunity to experience living with roommates with staff support and assistance. Supported living environments have smaller roommate ratios (2, 3, or 4 depending on the individual's needs). AccessAbilities, Inc. does not offer Group Homes.

What are the main services offered in Supported Living?