Programs

Residential Programs 

Discover the Difference in our Group Home Residential Programs for individuals with disabilities. In AMIB group homes, we’ve created a warm and nurturing environment where every resident is valued, empowered, and encouraged to live their best life. 

What Sets Our Group Home Residential Programs Apart?

  1. Person-Centered Care: Our approach revolves around the unique needs and preferences of each resident. We prioritize individuality, fostering an environment where everyone feels seen, heard, and supported.
  2. Inclusive Community: Join a community where diversity is celebrated. Our Group Home fosters a sense of belonging, promoting friendships, shared experiences, and a supportive network for residents.
  3. Holistic Support Services: Beyond accommodation, we provide a comprehensive range of support services. From daily living assistance to skill development, our programs empower residents to lead fulfilling and independent lives.
  4. Engaging Activities: Life in our Group Home is vibrant and stimulating. Residents participate in a variety of activities tailored to their interests, promoting socialization, personal growth, and a sense of accomplishment.

Choosing AMIB for Group Home Residential Programs includes

  1. Tailored Care Plans: Our dedicated team works closely with each resident to create personalized care plans, ensuring their unique needs are met with compassion and expertise.
  2. Qualified and Compassionate Staff: Our professional staff members are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment. They receive ongoing training to provide the highest standard of care.
  3. Family Involvement: We understand the importance of family. Our programs encourage family involvement, fostering a collaborative approach to support the well-being of our residents.
  4. Community Integration: Individuals have the opportunity to engage with the broader community. We facilitate outings, events, and connections that enrich their lives beyond the Group Home.

AMIB is a private non-profit provider. Admission to AMIB is based on referral from the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities. With the help of your social worker, discover homes where individuals with disabilities thrive. Whether you’re exploring options for yourself or a loved one, AMIB provides a supportive and enriching environment. Welcome to a place where every resident is embraced, empowered, and celebrated. Explore our Group Home Residential Programs and start a journey toward a brighter, more inclusive future today!

Respite

David R. Bixel was a dedicated president of the AMIB Endowment Fund, Inc. In recognition of his compassion for the disabled and their families, the AMIB Endowment Fund Board of Trustees established the Bixel Respite Fund. This annual grant program provides respite services to families in need. Grant monies may be utilized to:

  • Acquire AMIB direct care services, including in–home and community-based supports
  • Obtain qualifying respite supports rendered by other service providers OR offset the cost of family-chosen respite services
  • Procure a combination of the two services

Grants are awarded based on need. The application process is overseen by designated AMIB representatives. For more information, please call (732) 262-0082 and ask for the AMIB Director of Operations.

Self Directed Day Services

Since piloting a successful program in 2008, AMIB has been a pioneer in self-directed day services for individuals with developmental disabilities and visual impairments. Unlike traditional workshops, individuals at AMIB have the autonomy to shape their own day by expressing what holds significance to them. AMIB actively supports the execution of in-house, community-based, and comfort/sensory stimulating activities.

The self-directing day support services are available at a hub site within the group home, running from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For those who cannot communicate verbally or through sign language, AMIB delves into their personal history to identify enjoyable activities. These activities are then reinforced throughout the week, and individuals are introduced to various community-based activities.

Participation in AMIB’s self-directed day services opens up creative avenues for how individuals who are retired or those who cannot handle the overstimulation of traditional day programs, can spend their days comfortably engaging in community integration at their own pace and preference.