Precious Places, LLC

Website: http://www.preciousplacesllc.com
Currently serving individuals with developmental disabilities.
Currently seeking referrals.
Agency Provider

Locations

6128 Merger Drive
St B
Holland, Ohio 43528
Main: 419-491-0970
Fax: 419-491-0971
Adult Day Service Location
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Contacts

Deshra Vines

dvines2003@yahoo.com
Phone: 419-491-0970
Adult Day Service Contact

Services

Level One Waiver

Home Maker Personal Care
Personal Emergency Response System
Transportation
Group Employment Support
Individual Employment Support
Non Medical Transportation - trip
Non Medical Transportation - mileage
HPC-Transportation
Remote Monitoring
Remote Monitoring Equipment

Level One Waiver: Adult Day Services

Adult Day Support
Supported Employment - Community
Supported Employment - Enclave
Vocational Habilitation

Individual Options Waiver

Adult Family Living
Adult Foster Care
Community Respite
Home Maker Personal Care
NonMedical Transportation Mileage
NonMedical Transportation Trip
Remote Monitoring
Remote Monitoring Equipment
Group Employment Support
Individual Employment Support
HPC - Transportation

Individual Options Waiver: Adult Day Services

Adult Day Support
Supported Employment - Community
Supported Employment - Enclave
Vocational Habilitation

Self Empowered Life Funding Waiver (SELF-Waiver)

Community Inclusion Transportation
Community Inclusion-Personal Assistance
Community Respite
Integrated Employment-CoWorker
Remote Monitoring
Remote Monitoring Equipment
Group Employment Support
Individual Employment Support
Non Medical Transportation-Trip
Supported Employment-Enclave

Self Empowered Life Funding Waiver (SELF-Waiver): Adult Day Services

Adult Day Support
Supported Employment - Enclave
Vocational Habilitation

Supported Living

Supported Living

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Documents

Agency Profile

a) Describe your agency’s philosophy of providing services and supports to individuals with disabilities.

Services are provided in an effort to help the individuals live a full and rewarding life of self-determination. Services are available to families and individuals with intellectual developmental disabiities, dual diagnosis, mental health disorders, tramatic brain injury, autism, physical disabilities, seizure disorders, aged, deaf and or blind.

b) Describe your agency’s staff orientation and training process.

All direct care support staff members are trained in DODD modules: resident rights, into to DD, MUI, overview of HCBS services, and specialized supports prior to the delivery of services and annually tereafter. CPR, AED, First Aid and enviormental emergencies cerficitaion is completed upon hire and every two years and thereafter. Medication training is on an as needed basis. Managment team members attend regurarly scheduled supervisory tranings and seminars throughout the year.

c) How are individuals with disabilities involved in selecting the agency’s staff that work with them?

Individuals are given the opportunity to request to have specific staff members work with them throughout the day.

d) Describe your agency’s availability and flexibility in scheduling services and supports (days and hours available, areas of Lucas County willing to provide services, etc).

Our HPC services are available on a minimual of 4 hours daily and a maximum of 24 hours daily.

e) Describe how services will be provided in the event of an agency staff illness or emergency.

In the event of an emergency closure at the adult day program individuals and or their primary caregiver (i.e. parent, gurdian, HPC staff) will be notifed in advance of potential unscheduled closures.
In the event of a emergency resulting in the scheduled HPC dicrect support staff being unable to attend work another staff member (direct support or managment) will be called in to cover the shift so that there is no impact on the delivery of services.

f) Describe how your agency would address individual or family concerns.

The delivery of services is importantant to our organization the concerns will be addressed and handled on a case-by-case basis.We have an open-door policy the individuals and or their family members are encourged to adress their concerns with the managment.

g) Describe your agency’s specific strategies for increasing community inclusion and involvement for individuals served.

All individuals are encourged to participate in the scheduled community outings offered during HPC services. Community inclusion activities include but are not limited to: individual personal errands, limited banking, local resturants, bowling, movies, ball games, special olympic games, shopping centeres and stores.

h) Does your agency offer one to one services?

Yes

i) Does your agency offer planned group outings or activities?

Yes

j) Identify your agency's areas of expertise.

k) How many individuals does your agency serve in Lucas County?

0-20

l) What is the total number of individuals served by your agency Statewide?

m) How long has your agency been providing certified homemaker personal care services in Lucas County to individuals with developmental disabilities?

0 to 3 years

n) Which describes your agency:

For Profit

o) Are your agency staff certified by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities to provide medication administration?

Yes

p) Is your agency willing to provide Level One services?

Yes

q) How many staff in your agency provide direct support services?

r) Does your agency have both male and female staff?

Yes

s) What is the average length of service for your agency’s direct support staff?

7 years

t) Describe your agency's plan for continuing education and on-going training for agency staff?

At minimual staff members recieve update trainings annually, on occasion staff may be rescheduled for a refresher training within the year.

u) Please describe your agency’s internal system for quality assurance.

We host monthly round table meeting with the individuals we serve during this time we the satisfaction of services as well as ways to enahnce or services. Family members are welcome and encourged to participate.

v) Include here any information about the agency that you want shared with an individual, family or guardian that will assist him/her to decide whether your agency is the best choice of provider.

Our CEO began her human service career back in 1993 as a direct care worker she is committed to providing quality care, supports and services to the individuals we serve. We pride ourselves on great care. We currently operate other IDD/MI licensed and certified facilities in other states. Services are provided in an effort to help the individuals live a full and rewarding life of self-determination. We do not discriminate agains any person on teh basis of race, color, religion, national orgin, disabiity or age, during our employment process, admission process, services or activities.

- If yes, describe

One-to-one services is not offerend for individuals attending the adult day program. However, one-to-one services is only offered for individuals recieving HPC services.

- If yes, describe

We post a monthly activity schedule detailing daily activities and bi-weekly community group outings offered during the adult day program hours.

Adult Day Services

a) Does your agency offer paid employment?

Yes

- Piece Rate

TBD based on time study

- Hourly Rate

TBD based on time study

- Other

- Describe your paid employment opportunities.

Currently our paid opportunities includes janitorial, bulk mailings, document destruction.

b) Does your agency offer community outings?

Yes

- Describe community outings

All individuals are encourged to participate in the scheduled community outings offered through our agency while at the day programs. Activities include but in not limited to: bowling, local resturants, movies, lunch-n-the park, shopping centeres and stores.

c) Does your agency offer recreational/leisure activities?

No

- Describe recreational/leisure activities

d) Does your agency offer volunteer opportunities?

Yes

- Describe volunteer opportunities

We have been approved for volunteer opportunities through one of the local food banks and child care center.

e) Describe other activities offered

Daily get-fit-exercises, bingo, wii gaming system, foose-ball, pool tournments, arts and craft activities.

f) Does your agency have an established day services site that is in operation?

Yes

- Describe current services

We offer vocational habilitation services: this service includes teaching conceps such as task comletion, problem solving, and safety skills however it is not directed at teaching specific job skills or tasks. Skill development: this service helps the individual build new skills or enhance current skills so that they may become more independet in some areas of ADL's.

g) Where is your agency’s day service site located?

Holland, OH off of Airport Hwy and Holland/Sylvania

h) What are the typical hours of your agency’s services/supports?

Monday-Friday 8:00a-1:00p

i) Describe a typical day for an individual who receives your agency’s day services?

The individuals arrive at the center, place their personal belonging in their lockers. Begin am job detail, have 10 min break, begin get-fit-exercises, 10-min break enjoy early bird snack, complete journal entry, participate in current event discussion, 30-lunch break, complete pm job detail, participate in group scheudled activity, prepare to load van for departure.

j) Is your day service agency certified by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, or licensed by the Ohio Board of Nursing to administer medication?

No

k) Does your agency provide non-medical transportation?

Yes

l) How long has your agency been providing day services in Lucas County to individuals with developmental disabilities?

0 to 3 years

m) Date your agency began providing Adult Day Services (month/year):

October 2010

n) How many individuals does your day program serve?

0-20

Does your agency provide Adult Day Services?

Yes