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Services

SLP Colorado residents benefit from:

  • 24-hour Protective Oversight

  • Private bedroom and bathroom or a shared bathroom with one other resident

  • On going Assessment

  • Case Management and Advocacy

  • Community Integration

People living with a traumatic brain injury require specialized services to address complex medical and neurobehavioral issues that many traditional care facilities cannot provide.  We specialize in addressing these complex conditions associated with traumatic brain injury by collaborating with our resident’s team members, including, but not limited to direct support staff, family, and guardians, to case managers, psychiatrists and neurologists.

Click the Program Services tab for more information.

Our Mission

To provide long term community based habilitative residential services to individuals diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury by supporting the growth of maximum independence in the least restrictive environment. 

Join Us

We invite you to visit our program and see what it means to live a rich and fulfilling life after brain injury.

 

SLP Colorado is licensed by CDPHE (Colorado Department of Health Care and Environment), Certified as an ACF (Alternative Care Facility) and certified by HCPF (Health Care Policy and Finance) as a Supportive Living Program.  All three credentials are required to accept the Brain Injury Waiver. 

 

SLP accepts the Brain Injury Waiver and private pay.

SLP Colorado

A Supportive Living Program

SLP Colorado offers a community based residential setting for adults in Parker, Colorado. Our home is located in a wonderful neighborhood that backs up to open space, trails, and a park. Services and activities are convenient for our residents, allowing easy access to their community.  SLP provides the resources and opportunities for each resident to live a diverse, full life. 

SLP Colorado’s Residential Supportive Living program is designed for individuals who may have completed a post-acute or neurobehavioral rehabilitation program, are living alone or with family, and need a more structured living environment to support their level of functioning.