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Adults

La Vida Felicidad’s Adult Services are designed to help adults with developmental disabilities live happy and productive lives.  We provide support for individuals and their caregivers, we research and organize fun activities, and we help participants meet their personal goals.

We also provide family living, independent living, nursing services, and personal care to assist individuals to live as independently as possible in a natural setting.

Our adult services provide opportunities for eligible individuals with disabilities to live and participate in the community among friends and family and familiar surroundings.

There is no cost to eligible individuals/families for the following services:

 

  • Community Inclusion Services – We offer day services to assist adults with developmental disabilities to stay active in the community, make friends, and meet their personal life goals.The Focus of the program is to help individuals develop natural support systems, make friends, strengthen their independent living skills, and have positive interactions with members of the community. Our adult day services include educational and recreational activities, most of witch take place in the community. We identify and organize one-on-one and small group activities based on personal goals and objectives. Our employment services assist adults to explore vocational interests and to obtain meaningful supported employment opportunities. For more information please contact Selma Dodson at 505-865-4651 selma@lvfnm.org

 

  • Community LivingWe offer community living services for adults with developmental disabilities, and we support individuals in both Family Living and Independent Living situations so that they can live as independently as possible. In our annual client/family satisfaction surveys, 100% of respondents were satisfied with their living situation and feel safe in their home. For more information please contact Selma Dodson at 505-865-4651, or selma@lvfnm.org

 

  • Respite Care – We provide relief to parents or other caregivers who are caring for an adult with developmental disabilities.  Respite is provided by trained staff at home or in another location, to give caregivers a break from their responsibilities. For information please contact Selma Dodson at 505-865-4651, or selma@lvfnm.org
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