Phased Re-Opening Underway

A phased re-opening of the Murray Ridge Adult Day Centers is currently underway for eligible individuals who reside in the family home. More information on the phased re-opening is available through our Service & Support Administration Department.

You may contact us by phone with any specific concerns or questions. The phone numbers for all Agency programs/facilities (except the Meister Road Home) will be routed to a single line that will be staffed by a receptionist during regular business hours (between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, except on any holidays or Program Closing Days reflected on the Agency calendar). One phone number that may be used to connect with the receptionist on duty during regular business hours is the phone number for our Administrative Offices: (440) 329-3734. For emergencies outside of regular business hours, please call the Crisis Hotline at (440) 282-1131.

1091 Infirmary Road, Elyria, OH 44053

Adult Day Support Services

Murray Ridge Center provides eligible participants with a variety of services and supports to enhance quality of life and promote individual self-determination. Our services include:

  • School to Work Transition
  • Assistance to develop community access skills
  • Community-based services that foster relationship building with community members
  • Community-based volunteer opportunities
  • Self Advocacy
  • Medication administration, health monitoring and supports under the supervision of a registered nurse
  • Speech and swallowing evaluations, language and communication therapy, and training in augmentative communication devices by our licensed Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Physical and Occupational therapy services and evaluations. Training in sensory integration services. Assistance with ordering adaptive equipment through Medicaid.
  • Young at Heart community-based Seniors program
  • Adaptive technology assessment and development for vocational, self-care, communication, and other identified needs
  • Community-based physical fitness and Special Olympics
  • Supportive Home Services for medically fragile individuals unable to attend day programs

Our trained, certified staff provide assistance and training in our Opportunity/Vocational Centers (OVCs) and other community sites to develop the following skills:

  • Community access, relationship building, interpersonal and social development, and community safety
  • Personal safety via training in Abuse Violence Educational Recognition Training (AVERT)
  • Emotional and behavioral adjustment and assistance with Behavior Supports
  • Personal care, meal assistance, positioning, ambulation, mobility, communication and use of adaptive equipment
  • Use of electronic technology (computers, iPads) and social media safety
  • Arts and music and appreciation, including singing/karaoke, dancing, painting, and crafting; we have a Bell Choir, Choraleer Group, and the Cheerleading Squad
  • Functional academics (math, money management, writing) in groups and/or individual study, games, educational movies
  • Health and physical fitness (walking, bowling, swimming, exercise)
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