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Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

Housing for adults with epilepsy

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Longer Stay Treatment. Residential treatment provides intensive care and treatment for young adults 24 hours a day. These programs last from 21 days to several months. Recovery homes provide a safe, supportive living environment for people who have made changes in their lives with respect to substance use.
Support is free and open to anyone living with epilepsy and caregivers for people living with epilepsy. Services are provided to children, youth, and adults. Find an Epilepsy Resource Room Near You. Massachusetts Epilepsy Centers. The following epilepsy centers may be of interest to those individuals living in Massachusetts:
Support is free and open to anyone living with epilepsy and caregivers for people living with epilepsy. Services are provided to children, youth, and adults. Find an Epilepsy Resource Room Near You. Massachusetts Epilepsy Centers. The following epilepsy centers may be of interest to those individuals living in Massachusetts:
Lanterman Housing Alliance (LHA), which is a state-wide collaborative of eleven non-profit organizations, ... indefinitely. The definition includes cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, and other ... infrastructure is insufficient to meet the needs of adults with I/DD when their aging caregivers are no
Rehabilitation for young adults with epilepsy and mild intellectual disabilities: ... assistance needs after the program (supported housing vs. long-term residential care) and client-ratings on activities of daily living, problems at work, on health-related and on global quality of