True to our name, we partner with you to implement environmental modifications adapted to your lifestyle needs: Adaptive Living Partners.
Questions & Answers are the start to getting to know one another. Review this page to learn a little of the who-what-when-where-and-how we work. Then prepare your own questions and wish lists to share with us when we arrive. We’re in this together!
We have staff who specialize in working with adults of all ages who have physical limitation due to disease, accident, injury or time.
This is important. Invite your team of decision-makers: spouse, responsible family members, therapy advocates, or legal representatives with whom you are currently working.
Rehabilitation release: fast tracked. If the home assessment is a result of the client being released from a rehabilitation unit to return home, the process needs to be fast tracked.
Quite often, the family will be notified within a couple of days prior to release. If permission to return home is contingent upon making some home modifications, there’s no time to spare.
Adaptive Living Partners is prepared to speed up the assessment to recommendation process. It is then up to the decision makers to commit to a plan of action. Remember “We’re in this together.”
No urgency – you set the pace. Assuming there is no urgent need for action, we can proceed at a pace that is comfortable for the client.
#1. You contact us directly.
If you contact us, one of our assessment specialists will visit your home and discuss your concerns. We will then collaborate with our staff, consultants or partners, and make our recommendations. You decide what gets done.
#2. Your initial contact is with a care professional.
If your initial contact is with an occupational therapist, rehab organization, or similar agency, Adaptive Living Partners may be asked to participate in your home assessment. Again, it is a collaborative effort of like-minded professionals from different perspectives that will make the recommendations, but you and your family decide what modifications to authorize. You have the final say.
There is no cost for the home assessment. We discuss your concerns and make recommendations. You pay only for the home modifications you authorize.
Our staff can help determine if you qualify for financial assistance from community assistance programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and VA subsidies, among others.
Ramps, one of the most common items needed for only a short while, are available for rental at a fraction of the cost of a permanent ramp built to code. Then we remove it when it is no longer needed.