Mt. Castle Community Based Residential Facilty SIL and Adult Family Home
Mt. Castle is committed to providing our residents with quality services in a caring home-like environment. Our programs are designed to maximize individual and community adjustment skills while respecting the personal rights and dignity of each resident.
MCC in Motion
Using real and simulated experiences, residents practice daily maintenace and social skills that promote healthy self esteem, self respect and confidence both individually and as a group. On site- training is realized on outings to area grocery and department stores, churches, restaurants, the theater, parks and othe cultural and recreational events, after which a staff assessment is reviewed with residents. Developments and enchancement of these skills are essential for all residents and especially for those working toward independent living.
MCC Management and Staff
MCC staff and management are Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and caregivers, trained and experienced in HFS 83 and/or HFS 88 licensing requirements, fire and safety procedures, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Training is provided in accordance with HFS and on-going inservice workshops. Staff briefings are conducted to ensure compliance.
Our program goals are to:
Encourage and train each resident at his/her optimal pace
Provide exercise to develop fitness, wellness, mobility and endurance
Promote indepenence through interpersonal skills training and group interaction and activities
Develop work-related maintenance skills trhough placement in sheltered workshop
Initiate and encourage participation in recreational, cultural and community activities
Enlist consistently the support of family, friends, and significant others in the Mt. Castle residency experience.
Please Contact the Director of Operations at 414-540-6479, ext 222 to inquire about vacancies or if you have any other questions.
CBRF = Community-Based Residential Facility (for residents need the highest level of care)
AFH = Adult Family Home (for residents needing moderate level of care)
SIL = Supportive Living Apartments (for residents who can be independent with little support in their own apartment)
Provided Home Services
Bed Changing/ Making
Maintain Food Freshness
Maintain Shopping List
Sort and Read Mail
Maintain Calendar of Events/ Appointments
Personal Event Reminders
Review Phone Messages
Current Events Awareness
Assist with Crafts/Recreation
Play Games and Cards
Coordinate Lawn Service
Coordinate Snow Removal
Supervise Home Maintenance
Provided Personal Services
Assist with Clothes Selection
Assist with Dressing
Assist with Personal Hygience
Companionship and Conversation
Monitor Eating and Diet
Monitor Medication usage
Stimulation through Conversation and Activities
Assist with Gardening
Coordinate in-home (Barber/Beauty Services
Escort to Social Functions
Plan Outings/Social Events
Escort to Appointments
Assist with Holiday Decorations
Any other feasible non-medical services desired by the client.
Home Living Residency assists residencts in developing functional living skills such as personal grooming and hygience, appropriate dressing care for possessions, room and common areas, use of money, shopping, food preparation and dining, and group intereaction.
Leisure Time Management has two major focuses:
Expose residents to cultural and community resources like museums, libraries, parks, parades, festivals and sporting events, to develop a lifetime interest.
Assist residents in planning activities that foster personal interest and hobbies. Residents learn to communicate their preferences, negotiate with peers for support and shared resources, prioritize their schedules, and implement planning. This process develops the proficiencies needed to approprately manage leisure time
3. Health and Physical Fitness program allows residents to:
Develop and implement a personal fitness program
Manage personal wellness issues such as diet restrictions
Manage medication, both presciption and over-the-counter
Develop basic fisrt aid and sanitation skills
Initiate phusician visits and effectively communicate with the physician.
4. Individual and Group Counseling:
Weekly sessions with caregivers help address and resolve sensitive personal issues and conduct that inhibit
healthy interaction. Each week, residents and staff meet to identify and resolve group issues.