Shiloh's Hope provides 24/7 supervision based on individual service needs. High risk behaviors are continually being assessed and evaluated for determining both the type and level of supervision required. Ensuring optimal supervision protects against potential abuse, neglect or maltreatment of vulnerable adults.
Shiloh's Hope ensures that each site provides nutritious, well-balanced meals and snacks on a daily basis. Shiloh's Hope will work with anyone who has special and sometimes complex dietary needs. All meals are served family style with staff.
Shiloh's Hope provides daily transportation, which assist clients in accessing community support services and resources. Shiloh's Hope shall support and assist individuals in utilizing alternative transportation systems, such as the transit system within the St. Peter area.
Clients are asked and expected to assist with daily and weekly household chores and duties. Each location posts its weekly assignments. Clients are expected to complete their laundry as scheduled, and are responsible for cleaning their room, changing their bed linens, and safeguarding the bedroom furniture against unnecessary wear on a weekly basis, or more often, if needed. Shiloh's Hope will provide supervision to ensure each chore or duty is properly and effectively carried out. Each household will hold weekly household meetings where household issues and concerns are addressed and resolved. Each household will complete weekly personal needs shopping with clients.
Shiloh's Hope will assess strengths and weaknesses of each individual with the hopes of developing the optimal support system for each person. Shiloh's Hope shall provide training, assistance and support to each client to enhance skill strength and independence in meal preparation, money management, social skills training, relapse prevention, and accessing and utilizing community resources and services. Shiloh's Hope shall also assess individual strengths and weaknesses in the areas of dressing, grooming, bathing, personal hygiene, mealtime etiquette, and interpersonal skills and develop and implement support systems designed to encourage independence and personal responsibility.
Shiloh's Hope shall design support systems that recognize and embrace the rich and unique qualities each person brings due to race, gender, religion, ethnicity, and a host of other unique qualities, while also treating clients with respect, courtesy and dignity.
Each location shall offer cable television, on-site mail delivery that shall not be censored, access to a telephone that ensures privacy and a subscription to a local newspaper or national magazine if desired.
1304 Marshall Street, Saint Peter, MN 56082, US | 5079342094