Luverne is a city in Rock County, Minnesota, United States, along the Rock River. The population was 4,745 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat. It is one of four towns profiled in the 2007 Ken Burns documentary The War.
Residential Advantages, Inc.
Type of Facility: ICF/MR Class B Facility
Openings at this time: 1 out of 6 beds
Day hours: 2-3:6
Night hours: 1:6(awake overnight)
Comments: The house is a duplex and is divided into two units. Each unit includes a living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms. The house is handicapped accessible. There is a beautiful patio and garden behind the house with a fenced in backyard. It is in walking distance to downtown Luverne and the city park. The upstairs at this home was recently remodeled. The home has a whirlpool bath with lift. A van is provided that has a lift. Currently there is one female and four males that reside at this home. The individuals work at Rock County Opportunity during the day. The individuals enjoy going for walks, playing games, going for van rides, gardening, shopping, out for meals and movies. Staff are trained in vulnerable adult, medication administration, CPR, first aid, Hoyer lift, liquid thickener use, dietary needs, passive range of motion, personal hygiene and working with persons with mental retardation, Alzheimers, seizure protocols and schizophrenia.
Devin Nelson 507-233-4400
Team Lead: Adria Sherwood