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Long-Term Residential Care

Home sweet home

What makes a person feel like they’re at home? Caring people, pleasant surroundings, a safe environment, and a regular routine. We know this is what you want for your loved one. It’s exactly what we provide for all our clients with neurological impairment, including acquired brain injuries, traumatic brain injuries or developmental disabilities.

As part of our commitment to offer a continuum of rehabilitation care, we’ve created three long-term residential centers – Casa Colina at Apple Valley, Casa Colina at Rancho Piño Verde, and our Padua Village Residential Program. Which place is right for your loved one? Padua Village is designed to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Rancho Piño Verde is structured for more behaviorally challenged individuals. While Apple Valley is appropriate for brain-injured clients who have the ability to interact socially in the community, but still need a supervised and structured environment.

We know every day can be a challenge when the brain is impaired. Cognitive difficulties and speech impairments affects one’s entire way of living and communicating with others. Yet no matter how far a person still needs to progress, he or she yearns to be respected. We help our residents find ways to actively participate in life again when they’re ready. We provide them with a plan and an opportunity to grow, learn and work, so they feel valued and respected.

Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare is pleased to contract with various Regional Centers for some services. The Department of Developmental Services is committed to providing mechanisms for the resolution of problems and complaints when they arise. The Consumer Rights Complaint Process is a mechanism to be used when an individual consumer, or any representative acting on behalf of a consumer, believes that any right has been wrongly or unfairly denied by a regional center, developmental center, or a service provider. Consumers have the right to pursue appeals via the Department of Developmental Services appeals page or by phone at 916/654-1987.

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