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Services

Specializing in Closed Head Injury Clients

Samaritan Homes, Inc. specializes in the caregiving of closed head injured patients.  We understand the need of support for the patient, as well as the family members and friends.  As caregivers, we are prepared and trained for the demanding challenges of the patient’s behavior and physical needs, as well as monitoring of medication and overall health.  Our services are designed to help relieve stress on the family members, assisting them in adapting to the patient’s new identity and impaired abilities.


Adult Residential Services

Samaritan Homes, Inc. Adult Residential Services provides community living opportunities for people with various developmental disabilities over the age of 21 throughout Metropolitan Detroit.  These community-based homes provide the opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to live as independently as they can and to become integral community members, neighbors, co-workers and volunteers.

Samaritan Homes, Inc. provides 24-hour, 7-days a week personal care.  All homes are licensed by the State of Michigan, and designed to accommodate the individual preferences and needs of the men and women who live in them.  Each individual is encouraged to become an integral member of the community in which they live based on their preferences, interests and responsibilities. Supports are provided by highly-trained Direct Support Professionals with a variety of educational backgrounds in conjunction with clinical professionals.

Individual Service Plans are team driven and aimed at providing training and support in the following areas:

Clinical support and services are provided by professional staff in the areas of speech, nursing, psychology, nutrition, and recreation as outlined in each person’s service plan. The individual’s support and services are developed utilizing positive behavioral support strategies.


Day Programs

Samaritan Homes, Inc. Day programs serve adults with developmental disabilities. Services are provided in a variety of locations, each of which provides slightly different supports and services based on the physical environment and level of clinical supports available.  Daily activities are provided based on service plan, developed by each individual’s team, that focus on increased self-esteem and improved relationships with other people, development of new skills and community participation.  Members of the team include the individual, parents, residential providers, service coordinators, direct care providers and various clinical staff where clinical services are provided.  Clinical supports including psychology, social work, recreation therapy, nursing and speech therapy are provided at some day-to-day program locations and are based on individual needs.  Door-to-door transportation services are also provided.


Samaritan Homes Program Operations Division

Samaritan Homes is a Sponsor in the State of Michigan’s federally funded Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).  The program is available to schools, churches, day care centers and community centers.  We are welcoming sites who would like us to sponsor them.  The meals are free to children.  The SFSP defines children as 18 years of age and under or persons over 18 (up to age 26) who are determined by a state or local public educational agency to be mentally or physically disabled. This program provides free meals to children during the summer months.  We are a proud Sponsor in the State of Michigan’s MEET UP AND EAT UP campaign.  Please contact Mrs. Wilson at 248-399-8115 for more information.

Samaritan Homes is a Sponsor in the State of Michigan’s federally funded Child And Adult Food Care Program.  The program is available to schools, churches, day care centers and community centers.  We are welcoming sites and day cares that would like us to sponsor them. The meals are free to children.  The CACFP defines children as 18 years of age or under or persons over 18 (up to age 26) who are determined by a state or local public educational agency to be mentally or physically disabled.  This program provides free meals to children in After School Programming.  It also provides meals for children in day care centers.  Please contact Mrs. Wilson at 248-399-8115 for more information.

The meals will be provided without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability, and there will be no discrimination during the course of either meal service or program. Samaritan Homes is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

                                                                                 


Transportation

The Transportation Services department of Samaritan Homes is responsible for overseeing the safe operation of all agency vehicles.  This responsibility includes oversight of the maintenance and repair of each vehicle that are used each day.  In addition, the Transportation Division ensures that each driver continually meets Samaritan’s stringently approved driver criteria and provides on-going safety training staff.


Staff

All personnel, who are drivers, have CDL licenses, and are certified in SCIP, First Aid and CPR.


Vehicles

All vehicles inspected every six months as per D.O.T. Requirements.  This rigorous program aimed at prevention ensures scheduled maintenance is performed in a timely manner and that repair issues are identified before they become problems.