The ultimate goal for most people is to live on their own. Our Community Homes make that dream a reality for many.
Springbrook’s Community Homes are like any home across our community, filled with the activities of each person who lives there. You might find someone watching TV after a day at work, doing the laundry, getting lunch ready for tomorrow’s busy day, or heading out to church or the movies. Many people who choose to live at one of Springbrook’s Community Homes also volunteer with local human service organizations, attend a day habilitation program, go to work, or work with other agencies in our area.
Our staff provides a setting rich with support and choices for every person. But beyond the everyday needs of our residents, Springbrook provides the additional support many people may need, including 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week staffing and on-call nursing services.
All of Springbrook’s 26 homes are regulated by the New York State Office of People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). The people who live in a Community Home may come from residing in another agency, at home, family care, or graduate from school and be ready to move on to the next phase of their life. Springbrook makes the difference by assisting each person in the pursuit of their goals and dreams.
Outcome of the Month
In 2018, Springbrook gained initial accreditation from CQL; the Council on Quality and Leadership. As part of that accreditation, we offer a monthly “Outcome of the Month” for staff, residents, and participants to discuss. You’ll find information for our Outcome of the Month here as part of our commitment to offering the very best in service to all we support!