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Firely Pediatric and Adult Services

Richie Heaps

If you know anyone who does have an Intellectual Disability and would benefit from living in the Community in one of our CLA’s and has the Consolidated waiver, please call 215-513-7455 ext. #209.

Our Specialty Team
Our teams work together in the home of each client served, creating a caring and loving environment. The team consists of a Program Specialist, Skilled Nurses with Extensive Respiratory Training and Specialized Patient Support Aide.  Nursing Services are available 24 hours a day 7 days/week to assure all of the needs of each person served are met. Each client served is followed by a PCP (Primary Care Physician). Firely Adult Services (FAS) will schedule all appointments and set up the necessary transportation to and from appointments.

​Nursing Services include but not limited to:

  • Daily Assessments
  • Medication Administration
  • Trach/Vent
  • Enteral Feeds
  • Central Lines/TPN
  • Ostomy Care/Wound Care
  • Seizures
  • O2 Therapy/Pulse Ox Monitoring/IPV/Coffalator/CPT Vest
  • Diabetic Monitoring
  • Foley BagsIPV/Coffalator/CPT Vest

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Adult Residential Services

Firely Adult Services (FAS) currently have eight residential homes for Adults with and without and Intellectual Disability. FAS offers a warm, comfortable, home-like environment to medically fragile adults who want to live in the community as opposed to nursing homes or sub-acute facilities.  Medically fragile Adults can now reside at one of the following locations to receive quality ongoing medical care.

Adult Community Homes-CARF Accredited Homes 

Firely Adult Services opened their first Adult Community Home in Sept 2013, after seeing and acknowledging a need to provide adult community living for many of the individuals that we currently serve in our 3800 Pediatric Residential Facilities and through Home Care also.  These homes provide care to individuals 21 years of age and older.  The individuals that live in these homes are individuals that do nothave a diagnoses of an Intellectual Developmental Disability but do have severe medical needs that require constant care by medical professionals.  The individuals that live in our Adult Community Homes receive their funding to live in these homes through the Office of Long term Living.

 FAS currently has 5 Adult Community Homes all located in East and West Norriton areas.

 If you know anyone who does not have an Intellectual Disability and would benefit from living in the Community in one of our Adult Community Homes and has the OBRA waiver, please call 215-513-7455 ext. #209.

 
CLA’s/6400 Residential Homes:

Firely Adult Services opened their first CLA/6400 Residential Home in August of 2015 after seeing a need to provide adult community living for many of the individuals that we currently serve in our 3800 Pediatric Residential Facilities and through Home Care.  These Homes provide care to individuals 21 years of age and older.  The individuals that live in the these homes are individuals that have a diagnoses of an Intellectual Developmental Disability along with severe medical needs that require constant care by medical professionals.  The individuals that live in our CLA/6400 homes receive their funding to live in these homes through the Office of Developmental Programs.

Firely Pediatric and Adult Services follows and believes in The Office of Developmental Programs core philosophy of Everyday Lives.  Firely Pediatric and Adult Services will ensure that all individuals that we serve will, with the support of family and friends, be able to decide how to live their lives and be given the opportunity to live an Everyday Life.

 FAS currently has 3 CLA’s located in Montgomery County.

 


Richard Heaps (whom which the adult residential homes are inspired from), takes a second to capture a picture while enjoying The Sixers game with Jamal!

Definition of Waivers 

Office of Long Term Living

(OLTL):


OBRA Waiver:

Home and Community based services for persons with physical disabilities, allows them to live in the community and remain as independent as possible. Nursing and residential services are available.

Office of Developmental Programs
 (ODP):   

   

Consolidated Waiver:

Designed to help individuals with an intellectual disability live more independently in their homes and communities and to provide a variety of services that promote community living, including self-directed service models and traditional, agency-based service models.​







Firely Adult Services readily work with the clients and their support system to develop plans and goals to assist the client in living a more independent and richer life in their communities. 

Listed below are a few opportunities to participate and get involved in some great self motivating activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Work programs
  • Spiritual Activities
  • Community Involvement 
  • Volunteering
  • Developing Personal Life Skills



 Please feel FREE to contact Holly Firely, RN at 215-513-7455 ext. #209 for more information regarding these services.