We provide each Client with qualified staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if needed. We provide care and assistance to help develop growth and independence. Our roles include but not limited to teachers, motivators, medication administration, positive role models, mentors and advocates. We are a part of the treatment planning as we spend time learning the persons and their hopes and dreams, and help them to become a reality.
At Covenant To Care, we believe that passionate, caring and dedicated staff makes a true difference in over all quality when it comes to the services we offer.
Covenant to Care has several facilities located throughout Metro Detroit. Contact our office to find a facility near you.
Q: Why choose CTC?
A. We specialize in working with people of all ages who have Developmental Disabilities. We have over 30 years of experience providing care that focuses on the needs, desires and growth of the persons served here at Covenant to Care Inc. We are a family oriented company that take a passionate, loving stand to assist in their lives to bring them to normalization as much as possible.
Q: What training is provided to staff?
Covenant to Care Inc. training department includes
CTC takes pride in providing extensive training to its highest standard to meet the needs of the persons served in their community settings. CTC provides ongoing trainings and updated information to our staff to provide quality services. All staff are required to complete VCE online training in compliance with the Wayne County Authority. CTC elaborates on working with people and techniques to handle challenging behavior.
Q: What areas do you service?
A. We service Metro Detroit and surrounding areas. We have several locations throughout Westland, Romulus, Livonia, Taylor, and the Detroit area. Licensed facilities in Livonia MI. and Plymouth MI.
SIL Residential Facilities.
Q: How does CTC deal with severe behavioral issues?
A. CTC focuses on the behaviors not the individual. Our approach is genuine, matter of fact, and allow the individual to express their needs. Behavioral issues are indications the person is communicating something to us. Some display behaviors because of change, pain, sadness, or happiness. Through observation and close monitoring we learn what the issues are and deal with them. We listen, understand and show love to them as human beings. Love is a conqueror.
Q: What is developmental disabled?
A. Developmental Disabilities are several conditions that becomes apparent during childhood. DD can occur before, during, or after birth that causes mental or physical limitations. Some people may have limited ability to care for their physical needs. Many have more than one disability.
While some with DD face a more challenging future than most, they can still enjoy a full and active life. Through encouragement, understanding and interaction with others to help them maximize their opportunities for becoming part of their community.