Cedar Lake offers a continuum of care, in that, people can move between various residential settings based on their growing needs.
Throughout their lifetime with Cedar Lake, the people we support will likely require an evolving level of care. Because of this need, we have multiple living options to accommodate individuals on both ends of the spectrum. Those who are able to live independently, with only some assistance from a dedicated direct support professional, to the individuals who are medically fragile and require 24-hour care.
It is our goal to serve the total person, with a focus on mind, body, and spirit. Providing lifelong support for all of their needs. Cedar Lake is not just a stopover in a person’s care plan. Through our robust residential options, programs, and services, Cedar Lake is home.
Learn more about Cedar Lake’s residential options below.
Cedar Lake Lodge opened November 1974 and is licensed as an Intermediate Care Facility. It is home to 67 people with severe intellectual and developmental disabilities. This opportunity provides a focus on intense active treatment program individualized for those with the most challenging medical and behavioral needs. The Lodge offers private or semiprivate rooms with 24-hour nursing care, Occupational, Speech and Physical Therapy along with our progressive psychological and behavioral services.
Cedar Lake Lodge–Park Place opened October 2010 and is licensed as an Intermediate Care Facility. It is home to 16 people with severe intellectual and developmental disabilities. Park Place emphasizes community involvement for each person and developing relationships within the larger community. Park Place offers private rooms with 24-hour nursing care, Occupational, Speech and Physical Therapy. In addition, Park Place also provides Psychological and Behavioral services.
This newest setting is the first of its kind in the state of Kentucky. These 4-bed homes in the Sycamore Run neighborhood in LaGrange, Ky. will offer nursing care, therapeutic services, and behavior and psychological support. Most importantly, these homes will provide adults who have high-intensity support needs with the opportunity to live in a neighborhood community.
Semi-Independent Group Home Setting
Typically for people with mild or moderate disabilities, this option is a semi-independent, twenty-four (24) hour-a-day staffed home for six people. These six people work in the community 20 or more hours per week. Those who live in the group home receive training and support in such areas as daily living skills, transportation, leisure and recreational activities, as well as benefits coordination.
Intermittent Support Apartments
Supported Independent Living Apartments in LaGrange and Louisville, are owned by Cedar Lake Residences. (Most with HUD funding)
This program provides supported independent living options for people who need less intensive supports and who desire to live independently in the community. Cedar Lake staff facilitators visit their home a minimum of twice per week to work on areas of need specified in their plan of care. Those we support are encouraged to participate in community employment, day program or community. Typically those living in apartment settings receive supports in areas such as: nutrition planning, grocery shopping, financial management, developing social skills, homemaking and safety skills as well as benefits coordination.
8-Hour Staffed Patio Homes
This option consists of two three bedroom patio homes which are staffed 8 hours a day. It is designed to provide a level of support between the group home and independent living. The six people living in Jefferson Manor are encouraged to participate in the community at least part time during the week.
24-Hour Staffed 3-Person Homes
8-Hour Staffed Apartments
Our community apartment complex, Washburn, is home to 8 people. This setting provides 8-hour care. This supported living model allows the people living in the home to experience as much independence as possible while having intermittent support throughout the week day.