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Assisted Living

In our Assisted Living track of the Residential Program, we provide 24 hour support in a calming, home-like environment with private suites. Our program structure promotes self-sufficiency and rebuilds independent living skills based on each individual's need and care plan.

Program Admission Criteria

  • Male or female 18 years or older with a primary diagnosis of neurological dysfunction* (ages 16-17 may be admitted with individual case evaluation and determination which includes approval from a child welfare placing agency and State licensing)
  • Requires more than 12 hours structured support or supervision per day
  • Does not require more intensive supervision beyond a possible individualized treatment plan for safety with close monitoring and time limitation
  • Minimum assistance with basic activities of daily living
  • Transfers self with modified independence
  • Participates in instrumental activities of daily living such as meal preparation, laundry, and medication management
  • Medically stable, free from acute infection or fever, non-ventilator dependent
  • Does not require skilled nursing and does not require direct oversight of medical needs beyond the support provided by Care Coordination 
  • Minimum Ranchos Los Amigos Levels of 6/7
  • Participates in a minimum of 3 hours of structured programming per day
  • Not a danger to self or others
  • Not actively engaged in substance use

Levels of Supervision

  • Standard – up to moderate assistance in functional areas
  • Intensive – maximum assistance in functional areas
  • One on One – requires 1 to 1 staff support in functional or behavioral areas (Does not require more intensive supervision beyond a possible individualized treatment plan for safety with close monitoring and time limitation)

Discharge/Transition Criteria

  • Treatment team’s assessment indicates that the individual has achieved a level of functional independence requiring fewer than 12 hours of daily support or supervision
  • Individual’s behavior is not compatible with the program goals, group activities, or may prevent the progress of other participants**
  • Poses a risk or danger to self or others**
  • Individual meets admission criteria of another program in the Origami continuum and may transition accordingly
  • Interruption to secure funding

* Origami specializes in neurological rehabilitation; however, provides services to individuals with other diagnoses as long as the established admission criteria are met.

**A discharge procedure will be followed ensuring the opportunity to access other appropriate resources.