Glenwood’s Child and Adolescent full-time residential services consists of two distinct programs, Children’s Residential Services (CRS) and Daniel House Programs.
Our residential homes can house up to 45 individuals with autism, intellectual disorders, or developmental delays. Four of these homes are located on our Sicard Hollow campus and the fifth home is nearby. CRS is designed for our residents to attend, Allan Cott School, our on-campus school. The program operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The primary focus of our program is to enable our individuals to live life to their fullest potential.
Glenwood’s Sicard Hollow includes the following amenities for our residential homes: K-12 school, health services, cafeteria, sensory room, basic living skills room, lake, fishing pond, swimming pool, full size gymnasium, playground, and numerous hiking trails.
Each individual has an individualized person-centered plan of care that drives their treatment. These plans are unique to the individual and capture their wants, needs, abilities and preferences. Through the individual’s eyes, we assist them in developing their skills and talents to reach their personal goals. Daily living instruction focuses on building important skills for social interactions and positive relationships, effective communication, community living, and self-care.
• Around-the-clock in Home Care
• Year-round Specialized Educational Services
• Board Certified Behavior Analysts
• Occupational Therapists
• Speech Pathologists
• Therapeutic Recreation
• Adaptive activities for Health & Wellness
• Psychiatric Care
• Health Services
• Registered Dietician
• Basic Living Skills & Daily Living Skills
• Problem-Solving, Anger Management & Social Skills
• Individuals must be between 6-19 years of age
• Clearly defined primary diagnosis of: Autism Spectrum Disorder with accompanying intellectual disability and/or Intellectual Disability with associated behavioral disorders
• Ability to participate in the staff to individual served ratio of 1:3, no greater than 1:1
• Parent or guardian must abide by the parental participation contract00
• Support by the Local Education Agency as the least restrictive alternative setting for educational services
• Applicant experiencing significant problems in a least three adaptive functioning areas (self-care, receptive and expressive language, mobility, self-direction, capacity for independent living and earning)
• Applicant received IQ score of below 70, evidencing the presence of an intellectual disability, documented before the age of 18
• Primary cause of impaired functioning and/or full-scale IQ below 70 is not the result of mental illness, a developmental disability, epilepsy or traumatic brain injury acquired after the age of 18, or external factors such as medication, substance use effects, or stress
Referrals can be received from:
• Department of Mental Health ID/DD
• Department of Human Resources
• State Department of Education
Children’s Residential Services are funded in one of the following ways:
• Department of Mental Health/ID/Medicaid – waiver
• Department of Human Resources – contract
• State Department of Education
• Private Pay
For additional information on Children’s Residential Services please contact our Intake Department. We’re happy to assess your needs and provide you information about how to apply for specific services and programs.