We know we wouldn’t be anymore without our Family Living Providers. That’s why we pay more than any other provider in the State! If you find a provider that pays more, contact us and we will exceed their rate. × “Family living” typically refers to a style of residential arrangement where individuals live together as a family unit. This could include biological or adopted family members, or it might extend to a broader sense of a chosen family. In the context of care or support services, “family living” can also describe situations where individuals, often with specific needs or challenges, live together in a familial setting with dedicated caregivers or support providers.
For example, in the realm of support services for individuals with developmental disabilities or special needs, “family living” may involve creating homes or living arrangements where a small group of individuals live together with caregivers or support staff who function in a role similar to that of a family member. The idea is to provide a more personalized and familial atmosphere, offering a sense of community and support that goes beyond the traditional institutional settings.
Family living arrangements can vary widely, but they often emphasize creating a supportive, inclusive, and home-like environment where individuals feel a sense of belonging and are encouraged to participate in daily life to the extent of their abilities.