DAY PROGRAM SERVICES
The Day Habilitation Program is licensed to serve up to 110 individuals with multiple disabilities. We are privileged to be the first MOVE (Mobility Opportunities Via Experience) for adults Model site in the United States and the World, the focus of the program is on mobility opportunities motivated thru a varied and exciting range of activities reflecting individual choice. The program incorporates an array of interests including cooking, art, music, and recreation. An emphasis on community is fostered by a multitude of opportunities and activities. In addition, daily living skills are cultivated and enhanced using assistive technology. Also offered is a state of the art Snoezelen Room for total sensory stimulation, the Butterfly Salon for personal beauty, nursing services, and whirlpool hydrotherapy. CCR strives to provide a direct care staff to participant ratio of nearly 1 to 3.
The David Lokey Center was established in 1975 by Mrs. Ethel Terrell who at the time was president of the Cecil County ARC. She set aside funds to begin the program, which was dedicated to David Lokey who had worked with children with developmental disabilities since age 15 and succumbed to cancer while a freshman in college. Situated on 8 acres with a pond frequented by native wildlife, the Center combines contemporary services with peaceful surroundings. Since 2000 the center has offered programs providing individuals a creative setting where they can review life and socialization skills and enjoy crafts and horticultural therapy in a caring environment that encourages the optimal development of each person. In addition, individuals are encouraged to participate in community outreach efforts and recreational fun outside the center.
CCR currently operate 9 persons-centered individualized homes with the capacity to serve up to 40 adults. We have trained staff to assist the residents with activities of daily living for continued development in a family-like setting.
CCR is a registered provider in the Eastern Shore and Central Maryland Respite Care Projects and with Delaware DDDS. Respite Care is available to families who need short-term relief from the constant and often stressful care they give their loved one who has a disability. Care is provided in a CCR residence.
Clinical Case Management - We offer personalized person-centered care planning by case management.
Health & Medical Services - We offer health related & wellness care services daily that are attained through coordination with a primary care physician, RN Case Managers, LPNs as well as routine consults by a Psychiatrist, Podiatrist, Physical Therapist, and Nutritionist.
Transportation - We offer person-centered equipped vehicles that utilize lift-equipped raised roof vans and other passenger vehicles provide daily for transportation to and from day services, recreational activities, medical appointments, and person-centered individual or group outings throughout the community. Drivers are trained in First Aid, CPR, and Transporting Passengers With Special Needs.
Social/Recreational - We offer person-centered empowered experiences that increase community engagement involvement through meaningful interactions. Types of excursions are to but not limited to local sites of interest, shopping, restaurants, plays, concerts, movies, and sporting events. In addition we encourage and provide our individuals to explore various entertainment, family engagements and supporting the surrounding communities.
Application for Services
To apply for our services fill out the Application for Services provided in the link below, and mail it to:
Our Philosophy Of Service
CCR’s programs are open to adults who have varying types of developmental disabilities and can benefit from CCR services. Individuals must meet criteria which includes a chronic, yet stable, predictable, uncomplicated medical status/condition and manageable behaviors. CCR serves over 100 individuals daily.