Point of Hope offers specialized facility-based programs for persons with severe and profound intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, autism, other neurological impairments, those with other types of special needs, and an Acquired Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury (ABI/TBI) program.
Point of Hope believes that everyone should have the right to live in their chosen home and actively participate in their community regardless of their intellectual and developmental disabilities. Their homes should be safe and accessible.
Homes staffed by Point of Hope are a safe place for persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities, and other neurological disorders to live, learn independence, develop relationships, and to take part in many activities of choice both at home and in the community. We celebrate our differences and diversity within our homes, are concerned for the well-being of our residents, seek to build on their independence and self-esteem and aspire to promote the understanding of our residents and their needs.
Our caring staff work with residents to be active participants in their own lives. Residents will experience a warm, safe environment, where they are assisted to participate in their community. Exploring social, recreational and employment opportunities. Our goal is for residents to live a full life by having fun, being safe, developing relationships and experiencing great health.