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Supported living offers unique people unique levels of care.

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What is supported living?

Boundless’ Supported Living program helps individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and behavioral health challenges, who live in their own homes or apartments, lead independent lives and become active members of their communities. Medicaid funds our Supported Living program through individual options (IO) waivers.

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What services are available as part of supported living?

Boundless staff visit homes as needed, from daily to a single hour each week, helping with a range of activities, including personal hygiene, money management, shopping, housekeeping, cooking, community outings, and more.

What makes Boundless stand out?

For more than forty years, our commitment to love, excellence, respect, and well-being has shown through in everything we do. We are also the only organization in Ohio with both CQL and CARF accreditation.

How can I get started with supported living?

To register for our Supported Living program, you should begin by contacting the service coordination department at your local county board of developmental disabilities.

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