Becket Family of Services offers a range of customized, person centered services to meet the needs of individuals living with acquired brain injuries. Our services utilize evidence -based practices and are developed to enhance positive outcomes and quality of life for individuals served.
Community Staffed Residences
Our community residences provide a safe, secure home-like atmosphere and are staffed 24 hours per day, supporting individuals who require a high level of support structure and personal care. Our homes are accessible and tailored to the needs of the individuals. Staff receive specialized training in acquired brain disorders and are provided with ongoing clinical supervision.
Our day services are unique and developed to support individuals in successfully reintegrating into the community. We build relationships within the community to create opportunities that are inclusive and person-centered. Our Community Integration Specialists assist individuals to increase independence, fulfill personal goals, learn or improve decision-making skills, safety skills and/or social skills
We believe that the individuals who want to work should have the opportunity to work in a meaningful employment setting in their community. We work closely with employers to identify individual staffing needs and match individuals to jobs that they will have the opportunity to succeed in. We provide customized support and on the job training to individuals employed.
Behavior Support Services
Our Behavior Support Services are designed to help individuals with acquired brain disorders regain skills lost due to injury, reintegrate into the community while developing positive adaptive coping skills to help improve their quality of life. Our behavior support plans are developed using evidenced based practices and are customized to the individual’s unique needs.
Clinical Intervention Support Services
Our Clinical Intervention Support Team utilizes a wraparound team-based planning model that is multi-faceted and individualized for individuals with complex medical and/or behavioral needs. Our Clinical Intervention Support Team includes an array of professionals with extensive experience working with individuals living with acquired brain disorders. Our team includes a licensed psychologist, physician, nurse and a behavior analyst. The team engages the individual, providers, and staff to assess and monitor evolving needs, make recommendations, and create strategies to support the individual in a holistic and person-centered manner.