Supported Living

What is Supported Living?

Our Supported Living program helps individuals with complex needs associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges, who live in their own homes or apartments. We provide opportunities to become involved in the communities through social events and group activities. One of our primary goals is to recognize individual preferences, and to assist each person when thinking about their future.

What makes Boundless stand out?

We are the only organization in Ohio with both CQL and CARF accreditation. Our commitment to love, excellence, respect, and well-being shines through in everything we do.

How does it work?

Our program is funded by Medicaid through individual options (IO) waivers. The Service Coordination Department at your local County Board of Developmental Disabilities administers the IO waivers.
Our professional staff members help each individual realize their full potential. Boundless works with individuals and families to develop Individual Service Plans (ISP). Staff members visit homes as needed and help individuals with a variety of daily and weekly activities, including:

  • Hygiene
  • Money management
  • Grocery shopping
  • Housekeeping
  • Cooking
  • Conflict resolution
  • Community activities access
  • Social activities that encourage interaction

How can I learn more?

  • For more information on Boundless’ Supported Living program, please contact Melinda DelFratte.
  • To register for our Supported Living program, you should begin by contacting the Service Coordination Department at your local County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Ian has developed a bond with the staff, so when he has issues he doesn’t hesitate to call them and tell them what he’s upset about and what his needs are.  Boundless has also helped Ian make good choices for himself.  Whether peer relationships, work situations, or taking care of his home, they treat him like a capable adult.  I treat him like my son.  There’s a big difference there and he responds so well to the capable adult. Debbie Freece


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