When living at home or alone is not an option for adults with behavioral challenges following a brain injury, Restore’s Supported Living Programs may be a short-term, long-term, or lifelong alternative. Our Supported Living Programs provide the structure and support to live as independently as possible with optimum community involvement and may also serve a role as our residential rehabilitation client transitions to his/her own home community. Clients participate in approximately 30 hours a week of client centered volunteer programs and community activities. Our supported living programs promote a healthy lifestyle; provide behavioral support, social skills training and 24-hour supervision by staff that specializes in the care and support of persons with brain injury with known behavioral challenges. Because behaviors must be predictable and stable prior to entering our Supported Living Programs, a short admission at our Post-Acute Residential Rehabilitation Program may be required in order to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the individuals’ behaviors, develop and stabilize an individual client support plan. Our Medical Director continues as primary physician reviewing each care plan on a monthly basis. Our skilled therapists perform an annual re-evaluation of each Supported Living Program client optimum health and behavioral stability. Although licensed therapy services are not routinely provided to clients of our Supported Living Programs, therapy services are available onsite at additional costs. Each client in our Supported Living Program has an assigned Program Case Manger. Site assignments among our 3 Supported Living Program sites will be based on the most appropriate level of supervision and/or assistance needs required for personal care or program implementation. Average staff to client ratios in our Supported Living Programs: Roswell, GA: 1:4 to 1:1 as clinically indicated; Lilburn, GA: 1:4; and Ragland, AL 1:3.