Welcome to QRL

Quinton Residential Living (QRL) founded in 2000 by a family of an individual with several developmental disabilities. Through several years of disappointing care, and many providers later, QRL was formed with the vision of improving the level of service to those with developmental disabilities.
You will hear the phrase "best possible service" as we speak of the quality of service extended to a consumer, a consumer's family and friends. QRL defines best as: the ultimate effort one can make; service as: a contribution to the welfare of others; and quality as: a degree of excellence to the contribution and welfare of others. QRL and QRL's team members apply their ultimate effort with a degree of excellence to the contribution of the welfare of others. This is the foundation of Quinton Residential Living.

Empathy

We want the best care, and the interests, for our loved one to be considered the number one priority of services rendered.

Integrity

At QRL, integrity is considered the foundation of trust and respect. This is the foundation of Quinton Residential Living.

Committment

The mission of Quinton Residential Living is to provide the best possible service to each consumer and the consumer's family.

Training

Direct Care Staff trained well beyond regulatory requirements. We has firsthand knowledge of the positive results of such opportunities.

Our Services

Residential Habilitation and Support Services
  • Residential Habilitation and Support Services provide up to a full day (24-hour basis) of services and supports which are designed to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the participant, and assist in the acquisition, improvement, and retention of skills necessary to support participants to live successfully in their own homes
  • Goal based service centered on assisting individuals achieve their maximum potential for ultimate independence
  • Available only through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for assistance with personal care, meals, medical appointments, obtaining and maintaining medications, shopping, errands, chores, leisure activities, and transportation
  • Can be provided in the individual’s home, family home, or in the community
  • Available in two levels based on approved budget:
    RH10= less than 35 hrs/week
    RH20= more than 35 hrs/week
  • Service can be provided by a primary caregiver or guardian provided that the waiver individual is 18 years of age, and that the services furnished to the individual do not exceed 40 hours per week by the primary caregiver or guardian
  • Community Based Habilitation-Individual
  • Community Based Habilitation-Individual, are services provided outside of the individual’s home that support learning and assistance in the areas of self-care, sensory/motor development, socialization, daily living skills, communication, community living, and social skills
  • Goal based service intended to develop community based activities that aid in building relationships and natural supports for the individual
  • Available through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver and the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for assistance with personal care, meals, medical appointments, obtaining and maintaining medications, shopping, errands, chores, leisure activities, and transportation.
  • Can be provided in the individual’s home, family home, or in the community
  • Available in two levels based on approved budget: RH10= less than 35 hrs/week RH20= more than 35 hrs/week
  • Service can be provided by a primary caregiver or guardian provided that the waiver individual is 18 years of age, and that the services furnished to the individual do not exceed 40 hours per week by the primary caregiver or guardian
  • Participant Assistance and Care Services
  • Participant Assistance and Care Services support and enable the participant in activities of daily living, self-care, and mobility with the hands-on assistance, prompting, reminders, supervision and monitoring needed to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the participant
  • Intended to be utilized to allow participants to remain and live successfully in their own homes, and function and participate in their community
  • Available only through the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for assistance with personal care, meals, shopping, errands, scheduling appointments, chores, leisure activities, assistance with mobility (transfers, ambulation, use of assistive devices), assistance with correspondence and bill paying, escorting to community activities and appointments, supervision and monitoring, reinforcement of BSP, adherence to risk plans, reinforcement of principles of health and safety, and completion of task lists
  • Service can be provided by a primary caregiver or guardian provided the waiver individual is over 18 years of age
  • Respite Care Services
  • Respite Care services are provided to participants unable to care for themselves that are furnished on a short-term basis in order to provide temporary relief to those unpaid persons normally providing care
  • Service intended to be utilized to provide relief to the primary caregiver/guardian
  • Available through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver and the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for assistance with toileting and feeding, daily living skills, accessing community and community activities, assistance with grooming and hygiene, meal preparation, medication administration, supervision, individual services and group services
  • RSPO may NOT be provided by primary caregiver or guardian
  • Transportation Services
  • Transportation Services is a service provided to enable waiver participants to gain access to any non-medical community services, resources/destinations, or places of employment, maintain or improve their mobility within the community, increase independence and community participation and prevent institutionalization
  • May be utilized as two one-way trips per day to or from a non-medical community service, resource or place of employment as specified in the ISP and provided by an approved provider of Residential Habilitation and Support, Community Based Habilitation, Facility Based Habilitation, Adult Services, or Transportation Services; bus passes or alternate methods of transportation; in conjunction with other services including Community Based Habilitation, Facility Based Habilitation, and Adult Day Services
  • Available through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver and the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • May NOT be utilized to meet medical transportation needs
  • Available in three levels based on approved budget on individual waiver:
    Level 1= $2,500 annual limit-vehicle without special equipment ($5 per trip/max 2 trips/day)
    Level 2= $5,000 annual limit-vehicle to accommodate wheelchairs ($20 per trip/max 2 trips/day)
    Level 3= $7,500 annual limit-vehicle designed for individual lying down ($40 per trip/max 2 trips/day)
  • Behavioral Support Services
  • Behavioral Support Services are provided as a means for training, supervision, or assistance in appropriate expression of emotions and desires, compliance, assertiveness, acquisition of socially appropriate behaviors, and the reduction of inappropriate behaviors
  • Intended to address needs identified in the person centered planning process and be outlined in the ISP as well as a developed BSP
  • Available through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver and the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for observation of the individual and environment for purposes of development of a plan to determine baseline, development of a support plan and revisions, training in assertiveness, stress reduction techniques, and acquisition of socially accepted behaviors, training of staff, family members, roommates, and other appropriate individuals on support plan implementation, and consultation with team members
  • Activities NOT allowed include aversive techniques (any technique not approved by the individual’s team or HRC), therapy provided in an educational or school setting as a component of the school day, services furnished to a minor by a parent or guardian, and services furnished to a participant by their spouse
  • Music Therapy Services
  • Music Therapy services are provided for the systematic application of music in the treatment of the physiological and psychosocial aspects of an individual’s disability and focusing on the acquisition of nonmusical skills and behaviors
  • Therapy is intended to improve self-image and body awareness, fine and gross motor skills, auditory perception and to increase communication skills, ability to use energy purposefully, interaction with peers and others, attending behavior, and independence and self-direction
  • Available through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver and the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized to reduce maladaptive behaviors, enhance emotional expression and adjustment, and stimulate creativity and imagination
  • Focus of service is therapeutic in nature rather than on the acquisition of musical skills obtained as a result of actual music lessons
  • Therapy services may NOT be provided in an educational or school setting as a component of the school day or in a nursing facility
  • Wellness Coordination Services
  • Wellness Coordination services are provided to maintain the development, maintenance, and routine monitoring of waiver participant’s Wellness Coordination plan and the medical services required to manage the individual’s health care needs
  • Intended to be utilized to extend beyond services provided through routine health care visits and specifically for individuals requiring RN/LPN assistance to properly coordinate their medical needs
  • Available only through the Community Integration and Habilitation (C.I.H.) Waiver
  • Can be utilized for assistance with completion of Risk Assessment Tool, development, oversight, and maintenance of a Wellness Coordination plan, oversight and maintenance of risk plans, involvement in team meetings, and consultations with health care providers, support team, and the individual themselves
  • Available in three levels based on approved budget on individual waiver:
    Tier I- Health care needs require weekly consultation and face to face visit once/month
    Tier II- Health care needs require weekly consultation and face to face visit twice/month
    Tier III- Health care needs require weekly consultation AND weekly face to face visit
  • Our Promises

    • EMPATHY: QRL's President and Vice President have experienced what it is like to "stand in the shoes" of a care giver and family member. We want the best care, and the interests, for our loved one to be considered the number one priority of services rendered.
    • INTEGRITY:At QRL, integrity is considered the foundation of trust and respect.
    • COMMITTMENT: QRL is committed to providing the best possible service, along with the understanding and the passion for contributing to the quality of life for the individuals we serve.
    • OPEN DOOR POLICY: Should you have a concern, be assured your concerns will be addressed promptly. A concern is not considered resolved until the individual and/or the individual's family is satisfied with the desired resolution.
    • TRAINING: Direct Care Staff trained above and beyond regulatory requirements.
    • INVOLVEMENT: QRL strongly believes in involvement for an individual and and individual's family. QRL will sponsor several events such as Thanksgiving dinner delivered to individuals who do not have family or friends to prepare and share a meal with them. For our individuals who observe Christmas, QRL will sponsor a Christmas gala.
    • OPPORTUNITY: QRL has an ongoing quest of locating opportunities for community integration and broadening the horizons of the individuals we serve. QRL has firsthand knowledge of the positive results of such opportunities.

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