Time for Change

Noah Homes is not an institution, it is a growing family. For many of our residents, we are the only family they have. As people with disabilities face greater challenges than ever before, we are here to make sure they are receiving the care they need in the home they deserve.

 

Elevating the Standard of Care

In 2017, we opened two of the first memory care homes in the nation specifically for people with developmental disabilities. And that’s just the beginning.

 

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Our Programs Work

The smiling faces that greet you as you walk into a home, in addition to the partnerships we have formed throughout the community, are just two of the many reasons Noah Homes is considered a leader in supporting people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families.

Noah Homes Program

According to the Family Caregiving Alliance, 29% of the U.S. adult population is providing care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged. This number is only expected to grow as the aging population of 65+ will more than double between the years 2000 and 2030. Noah Homes is not only a place of refuge for people with developmental disabilities, but also for those that are determined to ensure their loved one has a happy and loving home for a lifetime. A supportive environment encourages each person to expand his or her horizons and to become more independent while learning both to explore and enjoy what the surrounding community has to offer.

Noah Homes’ programs are designed to be person-centered and to consider the personal preferences and choices of each resident. Emphasis is placed on experiences that will foster the growth of the whole person, promote self-esteem and enable each individual to develop new skills. Leisure and recreational activities are vital to well-being including on-campus dances, parties, and special occasions. In addition, a variety of outings are offered in the community, including visits to Sea World, the San Diego Zoo, movies, dining, harbor excursions, picnics, concerts, spectator sports, theater, and cultural performances.

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Meet Bryan

Learning how to live independently at Noah Homes

Noah Homes: A Perfect Home for Michael

Noah Homes: A Perfect Home for Michael

Meet Roz

Meet Roz

Zoo Volunteer Extraordinaire

Sam the Cooking Guy Wins Golden Spoon Award at Summerfest

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

We're #FriarFaithful here!

Staff & Residents Develop Afternoon Programs

Dance contests, basketball, and more

Now Open: Pinkee’s Pantry

$1.5 million, 3,200 sq. ft. warehouse fully funded by Kim Lauridsen

Team Anderson Plants Support at Noah Homes

Supervisor Anderson's support has been crucial in Noah Homes' advocacy