Who We Help
Since Angel View’s doors first opened in 1954, we have accepted clients without regard to race, color or national origin.
When an individual is placed at an Angel View home or is admitted to our Day Program, our Interdisciplinary Team assesses his or her condition and capabilities. In addition to assessing the client’s ability to benefit from Active Treatment, we also identify the client’s unique:
- Problems, disabilities and their causes
- Developmental strengths
- Developmental behavioral management needs
- Need for services
Within 30 days of admission, information from the assessment is used to develop the client’s individual program plan. All subsequent interventions and services must accomplish the objectives of the individual program plan; all staff who work with the client follow the plan. As objectives are achieved, or as skills are gained or lost, the plan is reviewed and revised as needed.
The Gross Motor Program is an important part of the individual program plan. Working with a physical therapist, the client and his or her family, objectives may include range of motion, use of standers, ambulation activities and wheelchair mobility. The use of a wheelchair, either manual or powered, is an important part of independence at home and in the community.
If you have a loved one who needs placement at an Angel View home or in the Angel View Day Program, or a professional seeking to place a client, please contact us today.