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"...the emphasis at Robin Hill continues to be one of family living away from the more traditional institutional approach. In what's know as the 'White House' one gets the feel of a 'country inn'."

~excerpted from the Inspection of Robin Hill Farm by the Dept. of Veteran Affairs (VA)

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White House —
The original "Robin Hill" program

The WHITE HOUSE is located on the main campus in West Deering, NH, and is home of the original "Robin Hill" program. The White House offers 24 hour supervision in a non-institutional, community based environment.

Residents of this program should be independent in their mobility, able to navigate some stairs independently, and possess the ability to exit the building with minimal verbal cueing.

The White House Program provides:
  • A structured, low stimulus environment for 8 residents

  • Daily cognitive rehabilitation services

  • Assistance with ADL's (activities of daily living), range of motion and community reentry skills

  • Skill building based upon a written rehabilitation plan, with definable goals and objectives

  • A homelike atmosphere coupled with modern life safety features such as central alarms, sprinklers and emergency exits.

The White House is staffed on a 24 hour basis, and is licensed by the State of New Hampshire as a Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation facility.

Residents of this program should be ambulatory, and typically are fairly independent with ADL's. Being a community-based program, residents of the White House are assisted by staff with banking, shopping, leisure activities and off-site therapeutic recreation such as pool therapy and horseback riding.

All of our programs are designed to offer the resident maximum independence in the least restrictive environment. Conversely, staff are present to provide a "safety net" for the resident, as he or she attempts to negotiate community inclusion.

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