Article provided by: Stonebrook, Inc.
Shopping for group homes for the mentally challenged adult child can be, well, challenging. Of course, you want your loved one to be in good hands. You want them to be treated well and stimulated in ways that are appropriate to their developmental level. You want them to be fed well. At Stonebrook, we do all of those things for your adult child.
Should your adult child suffer from mental illness, serious behavior issues or seizure disorders, Stonebrook group homes for the mentally challenged may provide the ideal living situation for them. Likewise, a diagnosis of I/DD is another qualifying condition for admission to Stonebrook group homes for the mentally challenged. We own and operate seven very nice group homes in and around Martinsburg, West Virginia in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Each of our homes is clean and nicely furnished with everything our residents need to feel comfortable and at home. We encourage our clients to decorate their private or shared room in a fashion that makes them feel nice and cozy.
Stonebrook group homes for the mentally challenged are wonderful, caring environments where our residents feel at home. We oversee their medical and dental care. If you desire that your loved one continue to be seen and treated by a physician with whom they are already familiar, we will do what we can to accommodate your request. If you have no preference, the resident will enjoy quality health care managed by Shenandoah Valley Medical. Should you wish your loved one attend church services, we may be able to arrange that for you. Don’t worry that you can’t afford to pay for your adult child’s housing and living costs. The West Virginia Waiver program can pay for their housing and care. When you’re ready to know more about Stonebrook group homes for the mentally challenged, give us a call.