New Hope Community has beautiful homes, in all shapes and sizes from apartments to condominiums, single story homesteads to residences befitting the most physically active to the medically frail. Bottom line, what makes the living accommodations “home” are the people who reside in them. Comfortable and inviting, New Hope Community’s residential settings are individualized in every essence of the word, reflecting the needs, wants, and personalities of those who hang their hat at the door.
New Hope excels at providing person centered home environments. In such, the agency’s homes adapt to all extents possible to meet on-going changes in lifestyle for persons in their care. Several individuals choose to reside in double occupancy bedrooms while the agency looks to provide independence and single accommodations when possible.
The agency’s Loch Sheldrake campus is home to eleven homes referred to as Intermediary Care Facilities. The integrated setting provides greater oversight and supports with nursing around the clock. The location also blends itself to provide independence on grounds that may not be readily acquired in the greater community. Throughout Sullivan County, New Hope also has a growing number of homes known as Independent Residential Alternatives. These homes afford greater independence and are readily integrated into community locations, affording those who reside in them the opportunity to engage fully with the local community.
Each home is staffed with dedicated and highly trained Direct Care Professionals whose skills and sensibilities have been fine-tuned to meet the needs of the individuals for whom they advocate; Training is a constant. Nurses, clinicians and service coordinators make up an integral part of each home’s team. One will always find compassion, care and advocacy stemming from home.