If you care for a senior or medically frail person* who still wants to enjoy a full life but needs extra mental, emotional and medical support, we encourage you to visit our three Palmer homes.
Our homes are designated as Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) and provide 24-hour staffing supports for individuals with specific adaptive, medical and/or behavioral needs. We also offer intensive clinical and direct-care services, professionally developed and supervised activities (day services) and a variety of therapies (e.g., physical, occupational or speech) as required by the person’s needs.
A total of ten people live at each one of Palmer’s three homes where they have their own bedroom for privacy and common areas to gather as a community. Their Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP) coordinates all of their needs, including proper attention from medical staff, all necessary therapies and the opportunity to attend day programs.
Community involvement is an important component of life at the Palmer homes. Residents go on outings, create items that can be donated to various charities and participate in many social activities.
Our Palmer homes’ state-of-the-art environment achieves a delicate balance between a welcoming home environment and a cutting edge medical facility.
*Our Palmer ICF homes are able to support others outside of the geriatric age category who have an elevated need for care due to physical/medical/emotional needs.