Fraser has 27 Supervised Living homes for adults with autism and disabilities throughout Hennepin and Anoka counties. These homes are available for individuals who need more support at home and in their community. Our goal for Supervised Living is to support the developmental, health, safety and social needs of each individual.
In each home, three or four people live together. Fraser has staff onsite whenever individuals are at home. They help individuals manage their daily needs, like doing their hair, brushing their teeth or exercising. Our staff works with each person to set and achieve goals. We also help them engage with the community through coffee dates, social events and trips to the supermarket.
A registered nurse provides a health service consultation. Accessible homes are available for individuals with physical disabilities.
The DD, BI or CADI waiver will cover the cost of the programming and housing. There is also a private pay option.
Goldenrod House is a split level home with three men between the ages of 52-63 and is located near Eagle Lake Regional Park. When COVID restrictions do not prevent it, some of the residents attend a day program and others work in the community during the week. The individuals at Goldenrod are very social and enjoy activities such as puzzles, listening to music, basketball, going for walks, and going out to eat. The home is staffed 2:4 and offers awake overnight staffing.
Oakland House is a four-bedroom, rambler style home with a finished basement location in Bloomington. The house is 2 stories with a full staircase to the bedroom in the basement. The open bed is in the bathroom and has its own bathroom and shower. 3 ladies live here who are in their 30's and 40's. 2 of the ladies work Monday through Friday and the other is hoping to start a day program in the near future. Water aerobics, eating out, going to movies, arts and crafts, along with yoga are some of the individual's favorite activities. On the weekends, it is not uncommon for the ladies to spend time with their families. The home has 1-2 staff during the evenings and weekends. This home has asleep overnight staffing and has monthly visits from a registered nurse.
Pilgrim House is an accessible home through a ramp on the front of the house and garage. The open bedroom would not be suitable for someone in a wheelchair or needing lifts, due to the design of the room. Three men between the ages of 56-74 and is located near to HWY 169 in Plymouth. Gentlemen enjoy eating out, playing games or doing puzzles and watching TV. The home is staffed 2:4 and offers daytime and awake overnight staffing.