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BURNSVILLE

DESCRIPTION OF THE HOME: Kennelly is a 7-bed 2-story home located in Burnsville, close to I35E and highway 13 . Two of the five bedrooms are shared between individuals, and most bedrooms are located on the second floor. The home is equipped with an elevator. It was built in 1983, has a main floor that is fully accessible, and has a van. The home is located on a moderately busy residential street, and has two small side yards. The home is licensed as a 7-bed ICF-DD. A full-time program manager works at the home and a nurse is scheduled at 12 hours a week. Twenty-four-hour staffing is in place. Staff are skilled in providing cares and supports, including bathing, showering, dressing, providing mealtime supports, providing recreational supports, advocating for people, administering medications, completing a variety of medical procedures, and assisting with medical appointments.

EAGAN

DESCRIPTION OF THE HOME: Highview is 4-bedroom rambler located off of Pilot Knob Road and Highway 494 (Dakota County). Each of the people who live at Highview has their own bedroom. The home is wheelchair accessible. The house also has a non-wheelchair accessible van. All of the bedrooms are on one level. It is in a quiet neighborhood (primarily residential) and has a large backyard with a walking path. The home is licensed as a 4-person waiver. A full-time program manager works at the home and a nurse is scheduled approximately 9 hours a week. Twenty-four-hour awake staffing is in place. Staff are skilled in providing cares and supports, including bathing, showering, dressing, providing mealtime supports (like purchasing, preparing, and processing food for special diets), providing recreational supports, advocating for people, administering medications, completing a variety of medical procedures, and assisting with medical appointments.

MAPLEWOOD

Brookview is 6-bedroom rambler located off of Century Avenue N and Hwy 94 in Maplewood (Ramsey County). Each of the people who lives at Brookview has their own bedroom. The home, which was built in 1990, is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible van. It is in a quiet neighborhood (primarily residential) and has a fairly large backyard with raised vegetable gardens. The home is licensed as a 6-bed ICF. A fulltime program manager works at the home and a nurse is scheduled approximately 12 hours a week. Twenty-four-hour awake staffing is in place. Staff are skilled in providing cares and supports, including bathing, showering, dressing, providing mealtime supports (like purchasing, preparing, and processing food for special diets), providing recreational supports, advocating for people, administering medications, completing a variety of medical procedures, and assisting with medical appointments.