At Quest Farm, we believe that all individuals have a right to their own identity, experience a sense of self-worth, and become productive members of a community. The men and women of Quest Farm range in age from 80 years old.
Each individual lives in one of the three houses with support staff. We believe this loving atmosphere is one option to encourage individuals to strive to reach their full potential.
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We raise several thousand bedding plants every year in four large greenhouses. We also raise asparagus in the spring along with tomatoes, peppers, and herbs. A wide variety of flowers are grown from begonias to zinnias. In the fall, about 1, mums are raised. Quest Farm is a busy and productive place.
Along with the many agricultural work activities, the individuals participate in bowling, swimming, track and field, trips to the library, fishing, vacations, church attendance, eating out, birthday parties, Special Olympics, and other social events. We believe it is important for each individual to be a part of their community.
A: Outside of our acre farm, we also provide various programs to help our clients lead fulfilling lives. While the farm has been our legacy, we have multiple programs that take place in the community and benefit more individuals who need assistance with daily living, employment support, and community involvement.
These services are administered out of our Quest Connect location in downtown Georgetown. A: Clients utilize the Michelle P. These waiver programs provide for a of services to individuals, at no cost to them or their loved ones.
Individuals who are residents of Kentucky, and have a diagnosed intellectual disability are eligible to apply for the Michelle P. These waivers are administered through the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. While there are currently waiting lists for each waiver, individuals are encouraged to begin the application process as some emergency allocation is available.
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Please see our Waiver Navigator for more information on all of the waivers available. This location gives us additional space to better meet the needs of our individuals, but also allows us to remain an important part of the thriving downtown community.
Thanks to a generous donation by the family of Buddy Williams, one of our residents, we were able take this step out on faith and move forward with the purchase and renovation of this property. Naming the facility after Buddy Williams is a way to honor his memory as well as recognize the generosity of his family. Need information about your place please.
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Q: I thought Quest Farm was just a farm? These services are administered out of our Quest Connect location in downtown Georgetown Q: How do I qualify and or apply for services provided by Quest?
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