The Bell Family Programs

Our programs are based on an empowerment model, which approaches the developmentally disabled as capable of being functional and productive citizens.

Bell Family LLC realizes that each individuals has special strengths and needs, consequently individual program plans reflect these unique differences in race and heritage of the variety of residents who may come to our program. Residents are afforded the opportunity to participate in heritage programs, which reflect their language tradition, and religious orientation.

Residents who come to our programs do so from outside their home community. Every effort is made to ensure adequate contact with natural family as outlined in the Plan of Care, which details the kind, and frequency of contact.

Under supervision of BFLLC, individuals program are established at the level of the resident’s abilities, need, and strengths. Short term achievable goals are established jointly to advance the potential of the individual.

Programs will be developed to help individuals focus on meeting their individual needs including safety, trauma, conflict resolution, budgeting and basic life skills.

Bell Family LLC offers services to the developmentally disabled regardless of mental illness, race, color, creed, religious preference or past involvement with substance abuse. The Group Home will maintain a drug-free shelter.

Daily Activities

It is our overall aim to provide for our residents with a normal home-like setting. We attempt to make the patterns of day-to-day life as experienced by the residents, as close to those of their peers outside the home as we possibly can.

The programs daily schedule is kept flexible in order that it may be able to take into account the individual needs and differences of the residents served. Residents are given many opportunities as possible to freely experience, express and develop individual needs, interest, aptitudes and abilities. Residents are encourages to participate in group problem solving and decision making processes within the home.

Community Integration

Residents use community services for medical and personal needs, as well as, community based leisure services and education.