The Baddour Center’s residential community consists of 14 group homes and 4 apartment units. Residential options range from supervised and transitional group home living to a more independent, on-campus apartment living arrangement. Residences offer spacious bedrooms, private baths, a central living room, and kitchen.
The Buckman Enrichment Center is a group home which offers a slower-paced lifestyle for those individuals whose age and health dictate specialized services. Emphasis is given to maintaining existing skills without the pressure of acquiring new ones. Bed space in the Enrichment Home is limited to individuals within the existing Baddour Center population.
All residents are provided basic training in a variety of life skills. Other services available through the Residential Program include:
Day Client and Respite services are offered and are dependent upon work and bed space availability.
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The purpose of the Enrichment Program is to ensure quality care and services are offered to an aging population of individuals with intellectual disabilities who require more assistance with activities of daily living.
Staying healthy and active is an important part of life at The Baddour Center, which is why we are proud to offer residents access to both a fitness program and wellness clinic.
The Resident Government Association (RGA) is a self-advocacy group whose officers and representatives are elected by their peers, and elections are held annually.