Pleasant View Inc. offers an array of residential support programs.
We operate nine Group Homes and eight 1-2 person Apartment Units in the community which provide 24-hour support. Training and assistance is provided based on the goals, strengths and needs that each individual possesses including self-care, home care, meal preparation, medical support, transportation, communication, social skills, functional academics, community living and integration.
Harrison Residence ICF/IID provides intensive, individualized training to individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and at least one other disability and is funded by Medicare. This program has received much recognition for maintaining high standards and quality of care.
Gehman House was one of the first group homes in the nation to specialize in support for individuals who are aging and have Intellectual Disabilities.
Through In-Home Services, Pleasant View provides support to individuals who remain in their own homes. Support may be as little as a few hours each week to daily support. Supports provided include skill development in areas such as meal preparation, laundry and shopping, transportation and community integration.