Residential Life

Get to Know the Residences: Aquebogue Residence

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs for consumers. Among these programs, transitional housing is offered, such as the Apartment Treatment Program. With the assistance of the ADD program, individuals can work towards their goal of independent living.

Where is the Aquebogue residence located?

Site 10 is located in Aquebogue, […]

By |June 19th, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|0 Comments

Get to Know the Residences: Evergreen IRA

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs. One type of residence is an Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA). We introduce you to the Evergreen house, located near The Big Duck, a local attraction in Flanders. We spoke with house manager, Taylor Reed for the following Q&A.

Where is the Evergreen […]

By |May 29th, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|0 Comments

Get to know the Apartment Treatment Program

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs, including the Apartment Treatment Program.

The ADD Mental Health Program has four sites, all located in the Riverhead area. Three people live in each residence, and staff works with those individuals a couple of times per week, providing personalized support based upon […]

By |May 15th, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|0 Comments

Honoring Our Nurses

It’s National Nurses Week from May 6 to May 12, 2017 and a special chance to thank our nurses. We decided to highlight the nursing staff and what they do at Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD). We spoke with Ann Toy, who has worked with ADD since 1998.

The typical day as a nurse at […]

Get to Know the Residences: Northville

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs. One type of residence is an ICF, where 24-hour supervision is provided. The Northville house is an ICF and we found out more details about the individuals who live there, near the Long Island Sound in Riverhead.

Where is the Northville house?

It […]

By |May 1st, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|0 Comments

Get to Know the Residences: Lincoln Street

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs for consumers. Among these programs, transitional housing is offered. With the assistance of the ADD program, individuals can work towards their goal of independent living.

Where is the Lincoln Street house?

In the heart of Polish Town, Riverhead, near the bustle of the […]

By |April 24th, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|0 Comments

SANYS University: Enhancing Advocacy Awareness

SANYS, presented by The Self-Advocacy Association of New York State, was hosted by Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) for advocacy groups on the East End. ADD was joined by the East End Disabilities Association (EEDA) and Catholic Guardian advocates. The series is a statewide interactive, self-advocacy learning experience for students receiving services. It is […]

By |April 10th, 2017|Events, Latest News, Residential Life|0 Comments

Rise Above with Music and Martial Arts

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs for consumers. With the assistance of the ADD program, individuals can work towards their goal of independent living. One of the consumers within Supported Housing is a passionate, creative and motivated music producer. Music is in his soul. He lives and […]

By |April 3rd, 2017|Getting To Know, Inspiration Station, Residential Life|0 Comments

Team ADDvantage

Teamwork is a key in building confidence, relationships and it inspires new directions, especially when playing on a team in a basketball league. Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) participated in Riverhead Town’s ten week basketball league in the fall of 2016. The team was named Team ADDvantage.

Team ADDvantage was made up of males and […]

By |March 13th, 2017|Getting To Know, Residential Life|2 Comments

Friendship and Community at the Heart of the IRA Program

The hallmark of the Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA) program is People Centered Approach, where the person with the disability is the primary decision maker utilizing the guidance given by advocates, service coordinator, family, professionals etc. The program’s mission is to create an environment where the individual’s abilities rather than deficiencies are highlighted, where individual’s choices, […]

By |March 7th, 2017|Getting To Know, Inspiration Station, Residential Life|0 Comments