CLO's Adult Services
Residential Service Models
CLO residential services offer a variety of living arrangements developed around the level of need of the individual. Service models include:
Family Teaching Model
Professional Family Teaching Model
Intensive Support Model
Each person served residentially benefits from a Quality of Life Plan and an individualized schedule of preferred daily activities. CLO professionals, including nurses, behavior specialists, therapists, and other clinicians, provide support as needed. CLO's service models create safe, comfortable, and long-term home environments that naturally fosters true community integration, consistent individualized supports, and opportunities for learning new skills.
Our partnership with KU ensures we monitor our progress through our quality assurance (QA) program and implement changes based on the most current research to create meaningful services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD). CLO also embraces sharing our highly successful community living strategies and welcomes the opportunity to consult with other agencies throughout the country to design and implement programs tailored to their needs.
Community Based Approach
CLO provides a full spectrum of supports to meet the needs of the people we serve throughout their lifespans. All individuals living in CLO homes have access to a wide array of community-based services and activities including:
Midnight Farm (summer camps, CSA program, monthly activities and events)