The Progress Center offers a range of housing and support services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism disorders: Group Homes, In Home Support (21/29) and Shared Living. Each residential service model is offered with a commitment to providing a home where residents can comfortably age in place. Below you will find a description of all three services along with a brief outline of some of the supports that are offered in those settings. As always, our services promote independence and freedom of choice while providing a safe and secure environment.
independence and freedom of choice
in home Supports
Why Choose The Progress Center?
The Progress Center is committed to working with the person and planning team to find a Direct Support Professional that will work best for all parties. Common Areas of focus include: food planning and preparation, household management, time and appointment management, and areas of health and safety.
Your home - Your Choice
Home Supports promote independent living by providing assistance and support in the home and community to consumers who live on their own or with family or friends. The In Home Support team is committed to working with the individual and their team to ensure each client’s unique needs are met.
Continuing our Commitment for Long Term Care
Would you Like to Know More?
Our manager of residential services, Katie Corliss, would be happy to meet you and provide you with all the information you need to decide if The Progress Center’s residential home program is right for you.
Together we will address supervision needs, structure and support while keeping the highest level of independence at the forefront.
The Progress Center operates seven residential group homes in Western Maine ranging from two to five bed homes. Each home offers a warm and supportive environment for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
The Board of Directors has committed to providing homes where residents can comfortably age in place. TPC is purchasing and renovating homes with a number of considerations in mind: long term care needs, open floor plans, wide hall and doorways, and safety.