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LSF Central California Adult Services
LSF Central California Adult Services (CCAS) provides both in-home supportive living services and fosters independent living skills for adults with physical and developmental disabilities. Our programs help our participants by teaching them daily life skills, providing them with in-home assistance, and helping them to live as fully and independently as possible in their own community.
Services and Program
Orcutt House - in partnership with our LSF main office this is our new senior residential care program for people 60 years of age and older, who are impacted by a physical and/or developmental disability. Located in Santa Maria, the Orcutt House offers a safe, clean, comfortable home-like environment, where seniors with disabilities receive exceptional care, activities, and training designed to enhance each individual's quality of life. Our services focus on the individual's strength and positive attributes. The Orcutt House is dementia compliant.
Supportive Living Services (SLS) helps individuals who have developmental disabilities make informed choices about life management, where to live (people in this project live in their own apartments) lifestyle, roommates, leisure activities and self-advocacy. Through training and support, we help our participants reach their goals. In a collaborative effort between the participant and a Life Steps instructor, the participant learns to be autonomous, develops a circle of friends and natural supports, and becomes a positive contributor to his or her community.
Independent Living Services (ILS) provides an alternative to the limitations of institutional life by offering education and training to people who have physical, emotional and developmental challenges. Participants in this project live with their families or in another supportive environment. ILS participants work closely with Life Steps instructors to develop the skills needed to meet everyday challenges.
Profile of Our Participants
Most participants fall in the age group of 27-65 years of age, with the majority 55 to 65 years of age. Less than 10% of our current population is over the age of 65 years of age.
Disabilities of our participants include cerebral palsy, mild intellectual disability, mental health disorders, traumatic brain injury, downs syndrome, and spectrum disorders.
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LSF Central California Adult Services Main Office
1431 Pomeroy Road, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
Phone: (805) 762-4500