We are currently have two openings in our beautiful new home. The residence is set up as a shared housing model where each family owns a quarter share in the house. The ideal resident for this model is able to function independently or with some support but should not be a line-of-sight individual or have severe behavioral issues. Residents should be able to follow directions and help around the house. Some of our residents are verbal, some are not. Some need no personal care help, some do. We accommodate a spectrum of needs.
The Sunridge Ranch III was built specifically to house and accommodate four disabled young men and a houseparent couple. The Ranch is constructed on 11 acres and features expansive living spaces with soaring ceilings, a mix of beautiful wood/carpet/tile floors. The Resident owners’ all have separate bedrooms with ensuite baths. The chef’s kitchen offers granite counters, 2 dishwashers, double ovens and a 5 burner cook-top. The media / theater room is spacious and comfortable for the Resident owners and their guests. Sited on the Badger Pocket hillside, the views abound. Wraparound decks, a BBQ and huge patio areas enhance the outdoor living experience.
The care philosophy of Sunridge encourages positive reinforcement with respect to each Resident. We strive to integrate all the typical daily opportunities experienced by individuals into a unifying whole, so that these young men’s lives are truly as rich and fulfilling as possible. In addition to living in their own shared home with their housemates and house parents, residents have the opportunity to attend The Trellis Center, a community center created to support these residents. At Trellis they learn gardening, farming, life skills and to be part of a greater community where they make life-long friends.
Sunridge Ranch is located just outside the quaint college town of Ellensburg two hours east of Seattle. Unlike Seattle, the climate is semi-arid with low rainfall and four distinct seasons. Outdoor recreation opportunities are abundant- skiing, snowboarding, alpine hiking, and fly fishing to name a few. The ranch home is specifically designed to promote independent living for four young men with developmental disabilities and utilizes various smart-home technologies designed to support this population.
If you are interested in more information please email Kirsten Robertson at email@example.com.