Our Goal Is To Create Lasting Changes In The Lives Of Those We Touch,

One Person At A Time, One Day At A Time.

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Z.N.D. Residential, Inc. is a group home that provides 24-hour nonmedical care and supervision to individuals. We also provide training that is tailored to each participant’s condition and needs. We are happy to have the opportunity to work together with our program participants and their families.


Placement with us is no accident. We believe our program participants can benefit from working together with us to accomplish mutually agreed goals. We approach each day striving towards excellence in all of our service areas.

Mission Statement

Program Design

Our program is designed to provide a safe family home in a structured environment for children and non-minor dependents from 10-18 years of age, those with developmental disabilities, who are ambulatory and have learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, speech disorders, as well as those lacking social skills, and independent living skills.


We will assist them in living more independent and productive lives. Many of our program participants have severe mental health needs resulting in inappropriate behaviors. At our home, they will be held accountable through a structured daily milieu. We also encourage and reward positive behaviors as we redirect problematic behaviors through appropriate interventions.


A program participant with developmental disabilities who meets the entrance criteria will be taught self-help skills in order to become more independent and will be given the necessary support to be able to participate in all areas of community life as possible. In addition, diminishing disruptive and self-injurious behavior will be a focus of our program.


Strong support will be provided to enable them to have choices about what they want to do. They will be encouraged to become involved in meaningful activities in integrated settings. Their families’ roles as the primary decision maker on behalf of their child will be respected

when possible.


This facility is dedicated to the service of the program participants. We believe our services make it possible for individuals to survive and thrive in the community, to avoid run-ins with law enforcement, make supportive work relationships, and educated choices for improved health and well-being.

Our Purpose

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A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.

--B. F. Skinner

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The purpose of our facility is to provide a program for individuals who live here with a stable, secure, safe, consistent, and supportive home. We recognize that each child is different, which is why our behaviorally based program offers individualized treatment that ensures long-lasting recovery for each participant that comes to us for care.


Training will be given in the appropriate setting in order to make each participant more independent. Whether your child is suffering from autism, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD/trauma, behavioral issues, or other co-occurring disorders, our clinical and support staff will make sure your child receives the highest quality of care possible. 

Our Goal

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

Training

Independent Living Skills

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

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  • Food Preparation
  • Bed-Making
  • Washing Dishes
  • Household Chores (e.g. Laundry, Vacuuming, Dusting)
  • Eating/Feeding Self

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  • Manners
  • Eating in Public Places
  • Toileting
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Bathing

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  • Dressing Skills (Including Appropriate Clothing)
  • Transportation in the Community
  • Handling/Using Money
  • Making Purchases
  • Ordering Food in Public

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Social Skills

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

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  • Effective Social Interaction
  • Developing Friendships

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  • Participating in Social Activities
  • Participating in Group Projects

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  • Reducing Unacceptable Social Behavior

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Effective Emotional Response

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

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  • Diminishing Aggressive Behaviors
  • Diminishing Self-Injurious Behaviors
  • Diminishing Property Destruction
  • Diminishing Depressive Behaviors

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  • Redirecting Behaviors Resulting From Frustration
  • Running Away
  • Reducing Repetitive Behaviors
  • Diminishing Inappropriate Undressing

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  • Diminishing Excessive Anxious Movements
  • Diminishing Temper Tantrums
  • Diminishing Resistive Behaviors

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*Note: Training will be developed by a behavioral therapist.

Developing Cognitive Skills (Where Applicable)

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

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  • Use of Hearing Aid
  • Use of Glasses/Visual Aids
  • Associating Time With Events

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  • Teaching Number Awareness
  • Writing Skills

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  • Reading Skills
  • Safety Awareness

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Communication Skills

We believe that having an intellectual and/or developmental disability should not be a hindrance to having a full and active life. Through appropriate support combined with healthy relationships, challenging behaviors can be reduced.


However, there are still going to be times when these behaviors will be triggered. When this happens, it is important to seek out behavioral support at a treatment facility that focuses on improving one’s overall quality of life, as well as a reduction of problematic behaviors.

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  • Increasing Vocabulary

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  • Clarity of Speech

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  • Conversational Skills

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*Note: The skills will be further developed through opportunities to have conversations with peers and others in the community.

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