A not-for-profit organization empowering individuals with developmental disabilities since 1945
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Welcome to Duvall Homes
With over 4.5 million people living in the United States with some type of developmental disability, many worry about who will care for their child after they are gone - indeed, some before that time as they are unable to meet the day-to-day critical needs of their family members. Fortunately, there is a place where many have found answers and peace of mind - at Duvall Homes. Licensed by the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD), Duvall Homes is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that provides quality residential care and day training programs for adults with a broad range of developmental disabilities, such as Down Syndrome, Autism and Cerebral Palsy.
At Duvall Homes we have been empowering individuals with developmental disabilities since 1945. Our mission to provide the highest quality of life and greatest level of independence for each resident is achieved through individualized care plans that include educational opportunities and life skills training. Duvall Homes provides 24-hour around-the-clock nursing oversight, as well as daily transportation to the Adult Day Training Center and a wide variety of community outings.
Duvall Homes provides services and solutions to individuals with developmental disabilities both physical and intellectual. We are a private non-profit provider licensed by the State of Florida and some of the services we offer are eligible for reimbursement.
Please call us today to schedule a tour for one of our several openings. A member of our staff will help you identify the Duvall Homes services that are best for you. Please call Marsha at 386 734-2874 ext. 105.
Visit our group homes page and enjoy a virtual tour of one of Duvall's 10 group homes.
Watch this inspiring story of Kristin, a Duvall Homes resident and see how Duvall Homes was instrumental in helping Kristin regain her health and enrich her life.
Michael was born December 4, 1955 and within a few days many congenital problems were diagnosed. An enlarged thymus causing his chest to protrude was obvious, but his main problem at that time was the Ventricular Septal Defect (...
Joanne Rademacher ,
HEARTFELT THANKS TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILIES
FOR THEIR HELP IN MAKING OUR 70TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT A HUGE SUCCESS!