Representative Payee Services
Array Development best practices for record keeping and tracking of expenses will ensure that all the beneficiary’s needs are met. Click Here to fillout an application
Array Development completes numerous assessments to ensure proper placement for the individual.Click Here to fillout an application.
Program Services Placement
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
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Array Development teaches the required 80 Hour Assisted Living Manager Training Course, and holds classes for facilities with 4 beds or less. Classes for Annual/Clinical Updates are also available. Each courses meets the requirements as outlined in COMAR 10.07.14.18 and 10.07.14.19. For more information on classes and workshops contact us or email us
Not just a residential placement service...
We strive to build relationships. Our service does not end at placement alone. Our ambition is to provide consumers with access to their community. We belong to an immense network of providers ranging from day services like psychiatric rehabilitation programs, adult day programs, outpatient clinics and medical professionals. We aim to connect the individual’s wants and needs through a variety of options.We provide different assessments to determine consumer needs. We evaluate their circumstances and match the individual with necessary services. Array Development is not just a residential placement service.
Placement assistance is not complete until a satisfactory placement is arranged.
The process of placement begins with a screen assessment to determine options for the consumer.A placement coordinator will consider the patient's and family's wants and needs, financial considerations, as well as geographic factors to develop a list of suitable facilities. The choice of placement is given to the consumer.
Independent Living endorses a consumer-controlled environment with community-based organizations providing services and advocacy by and for persons with all types of disabilities.
Independent Living progresses advocacy for consumers with disabilities and/or persistent mental illness assisting them with a voice on a wide range of national, state and local issues. A strong effort is put forth to assure physical and programmatic access to housing, employment, transportation, communities, recreational facilities, and health and social services. The goal is to assist individuals with disabilities to achieve the maximum potential within their families and communities.
Group Homes are small, residential facilities located within a community and designed to serve individuals with disabilities and/or persistent mental illness. Residents of group homes usually have some type of chronic mental disorder that impairs their ability to live independently. Many residents also have physical disabilities such as impairments of vision, communication, or ambulation. These individuals require continual assistance to complete daily living and self-care tasks. Some also require supervision due to behavior such as wandering or a tendency to run away.
Group homes are adapted to meet the needs of the residents; these include adaptive features such as wheelchair ramps and other assistive devices in the facility. The home usually has six or fewer occupants and is staffed on a 24 hour a day basis by trained caregivers. For more information Click Here
Assisted Living Communities are designed to provide individuals with assistance with basic ADLs (activities of daily living) such as bathing, grooming, dressing, medication assistance as well as coordination of services by outside health care providers; and monitoring of resident activity to help to ensure their health, safety, and well-being
Assisted living communities offer their residents prepared meals three times a day; help with light housekeeping, laundry and transportation. Communities will also plan events, activities and trips that residents can participate. Much like group homes, assisted living communities adapted their facilities to meet the needs of the residents. Devices such as shower chairs, stair guilders and wheelchair ramps are placed to assist the resident. Trained caregivers on a 24-hour basis staff the assisted living facility (with nursing staff when necessary). For more information Click Here