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Residential Support Services

Pleasant View, Inc. offers a variety of residential support programs.
Click here to view the Residential Supports pamphlet.

In-Home Service provides intermittent support to individuals living in their own homes. Primary emphasis includes assistance with activities that maintain or improve the individual’s health with support for medical appointments and medication management, personal and food shopping, food preparation, personal hygiene, use of community resources such as transportation, social, religious, and recreational events, and assisting financial management.

Supervised Living Residental Service provides support to individuals up to 24 hours daily in a Pleasant View setting.  Supports are designed to enable individuals to live in a community-based residential setting while they receive individualized support to develop or maintain their highest level of ability. The individuals attend community events and utilize community services and are assisted with grocery shopping, personal needs, meals, banking, medical services, etc.  Support consists of skill-building, activities of daily living, and safety skills that enable an individual to acquire, retain, or improve the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings.

Group Homes provide 24-hour, 7 days a week family-style support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in homes located in Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County,Virginia neighborhoods. Supports are based on each individual's goals, preferences, and needs. Supports include but not limited to self-care, home care, meal preparation, medical support, transportation, communication, social skills, functional academics, as well as community living and integration.

In Sponsored Residential services, 1-2 individuals with developmental disabilities live in a home with a provider licensed through Pleasant View and are an integrated part of the family.  The family provides the support and may employ additional direct support professionals to assist with support.  Individuals receive support to build personal skills toward independence, routine supports, general supports, and safety supports. Support includes assisting an individual to acquire, retain, or improve the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community settings. Individuals often attend a day service in addition to the residential support. 

Harrison Residence Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) provides intensive, individualized training to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and at least one other disability. This home is fully wheelchair accessible.




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