In addition to nice homes in nice neighborhoods, as well as friendly and well-trained caregiver staff, our professional teams strive to know the interests, likes, and dislikes of each individual in order to provide an overall experience that takes into consideration individual differences in hobbies and interests in recreational activities. Once such information is established, we strive to provide as many recreational opportunities as possible so that individuals can get out into the community and enjoy fully all of what life in the community has to offer. Getting out and engaging in activities also promotes social interaction between peers and with other non-disabled people to promote a sense of normalcy and belonging in the community. There is much more to be said on this subject, but in summary, facilitating as many opportunities as possible for recreation, social interaction, and skill development is at the heart of any dynamically enriching program.

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