Services for Permanent or Temporary Physical Disabilities
Mobility, Support and Independent Living
Oak Hill’s wide range of programs helps people with physical disabilities ranging from short-term injuries, to long-term conditions like cerebral palsey and spina bifida. Our highly trained staff integrates both support and education so that families are better able to care for their loved one and individuals are able to live more independently.
This is the first thing I’ve done independently since the accident.
– Jim, a 45-year-old tree cutter, fell 40 feet while on the job, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down
Our programs for the injured and physically disabled focus on enabling individuals to live as independently as possible. We offer specialized housing, workplace training and assistive technology.
Visit any of the programs below to learn more:
Workplace and Skills Training – Learn the skills necessary for your job, find employment and train on a variety of assistive devices. Find more information on our Professional Development
Oak Hill School – Private state approved special education school creatively meeting the needs of each individual student. Find more information on our website
Housing – Houses and apartments, custom-configured with accessibility features for the physically disabled. Find more information on our Residential Programs
In-Home Assistance – Therapy and support for physically disabled individuals living independently or with family. Find more information on our In-Home Services.
Camp – Summer camp for children and young adults.
Find more information on our Summer Camp.
Training for Caregivers – Find professional level courses and quick workshops specifically for caregivers and families through our NEAT Center. Find more information on NEAT Center.
I suffer from MS and am unable to lift myself. I went to the NEAT Center at Oak Hill and learned about universal lift systems. Thank you for all your help. This new lift should give me a much better, fuller, self-sufficient life. Your kindness will be remembered.”
— Judy Koluzenko