Broeffle/Latimore Adult Foster Care: A New Hope
The Broeffle/Latimore Adult Foster Care, located in New Hope, offers a caring and supportive home for adults, no matter their abilities. With 29-plus years of experience, they provide a nurturing and family-like environment for up to four residents who are elderly and/or have developmental disabilities.
What really makes this family adult foster care unique from others is the adult residents live in the Broeffle/Latimore family home with family members. Plus, with only a few residents, it makes it easier to ensure the health and safety of their residents.
Involvement in the community is encouraged and an individualized plan is tailored to suit each resident’s specific needs, helping them to remain as active as possible for as long as possible. Hands-on family members, with minimal outside staff brought in, provide consistency in care not available in corporate homes. Resident clients enjoy long-term placement, reaping the stability and confidence needed to feel safe and secure.
Typically, residents are cared for through end of life, with many spending over a decade or more in “their” home. Broeffle/Latimore family members work closely with family members of residents along with other supportive services, including care coordinators, home care agencies for additional services such as physical and occupational therapy, and hospice providers when the time comes for more acute care.
Assistance is provided with daily living activities, including all personal care, meal prep and feeding assistance (if necessary). The family staff administers and tracks all medications, assists with transferring, and provides transportation and advocacy at physician appointments. They care for their residents like one of their own.
If your loved one is no longer able to live independently, consider the home-like environment of The Broeffle/Latimore Adult Foster Care, where they will be treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.
Now accepting private pay clients and those on the Elderly, Developmental Disability (DD) and Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) waivers. For more information or to schedule an in-home tour, call 763-600-6967 or email [email protected].