Midland Adult Services (MAS) Residential Services began in 1999 with the opening of a group home for 5 men.
MAS group homes are licensed by the New Department of Human Services. Annual inspections are conducted by State licensing personnel to insure that the homes meet all the Standards detailed in the New Jersey Administrative Code 10:44A.
MAS strives to maintain the highest quality in its residential programs.
All of the activities that take place in the typical family home also take place in our MAS group homes. Individual residents have responsibility for their own rooms and assigned chores in the home. Recreational opportunities include frequent visits to the community, attending amateur and professional sporting events, plays, other performances and musical presentations. We also provide residents with opportunities for individual recreational outings, depending on their interests and preferences.
Regular events and gatherings provide the residents and their families, guardians and friends with opportunities to network and expand their social horizons.
Each resident has an Individualized Habilitation Plan (IHP) which is reviewed and revised on an annual basis, to ensure that appropriate goals and objectives are established and to help each individual attain his/her highest level of independence.
Training in activities of daily living (ADL) is provided as needed. Appropriate medical care, arranging transportation and supportive counseling are included in the services provided to residents.