Mental Retardation is most frequently defined as a behavioral and intellectual disability that begins before age eighteen of and individual's life. This condition is benchmarked by a below average intellectual level and function ability (generally an IQ below 70). It is further defined by an individual's ability to function independently and demonstrate social responsibility below expected norms.
At StoneBridge training residence we provide 24 hour supervision and care. We have a full time RN to take care of medications and medical needs of the clients. The clients are encouraged to participate according to their abilities, doing their own laundry and helping with cooking and cleaning. The staff transport the clients to day habilitation or jobs, church meetings on Sunday and during the week, to doctors and dentist appointments, shopping and to various activities. The client's participate in activities that are of interest to them such as music, art, skateboarding, swimming, and Special Olympics.
There is a family atmosphere at StoneBridge and there is little turn over in clientele. We have males and females, a variety of ages, and ethnicities, religious beliefs, and interests in both our clients and staff. The staff are dedicated to providing excellent care and maintaining a safe clean environment.
StoneBridge Mission Statement:
StoneBridge Training Residence provides a living environment and fosters the mental and intellectual growth of adults with mental retardation, with the primary focus on quality of life.
Interested in having a loved one become one of our residents? Feel free to contact our facility or Administrator for more information.
QDDP, Jennifer Doyle
Active Treatment Director, Jennifer Griffin
Program Director, Babs Jarmon
Phone 325 655 3884
Fax 325 658 8441