Meadowcreek Day Support
Meadowcreek Day Activity provides training and assistance to adults with developmental disabilities to acquire, improve and maintain functional abilities, while also achieving social integration with peers and the community. Meadowcreek Day Support provides opportunities for individuals to pursue personal interests and strengths in the community through art, music, technology, self-advocacy, and wellness. Meadowcreek coordinates with a variety of community-based services, including Charlottesville Parks & Recreation, Access Arts, Madison House, Meals On Wheels, Best Buddies, and Salvation Army.
If you are interested in a referral to Meadowcreek, please contact Pam Fisher at 434-970-1285 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a Region Ten Case Manager they can assist you in completing a referral to Meadowcreek. If you are a Case Manager at another CSB, please contact Pam Fisher to receive referral instructions.
See HERE for a list of required documentation for the referral process.
You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions about this service here. If you’ve got a question we haven’t covered, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Referrals are made through DD Case managers. Individuals may tour the program and arrange for a visit. Case managers can contact the program director to clarify any restrictions to available openings.
Program is based on Person-centered values; Individuals choose personal goals and activities and have opportunities to suggest new areas of interest for classes and activities. Community activities are provided week, and staff meet all training requirements by DBHDS and receive ongoing training to ensure quality care.
Region Ten buildings and grounds are smoke free. We offer Auricular acupuncture and smoking cessation groups, which have been proven to help reduce cravings.
- Clients are unwilling to participate in implementation of ISP.
- If there is a documented reason that placement of a client in the program at a given time would not be in the best interest of the applicant and/or the current participants of that program due to the client’s needs and wants exceeding the programs available resources, services would not be offered.
- Violent or threatening behaviors that pose a threat to the safety and welfare of clients and staff.
- Disruptive behaviors that interfere with the service delivery to other clients.
- Limited openings for individuals who are non-ambulatory due to safety and staffing ratios.
- Personal care, medical or behavior support needs exceed staff resources to safely and adequately support individual.