For forty years, RSSI has provided an array of supportive services including housing and personalized care, that enable people of all ages with intellectual, mental, and/or physical challenges to remain living independently in the community.
Our integrated team of housing staff professionals, social workers and nurses, all supported by a dedicated administrative team, make life-changing and life-affirming contributions to hundreds of people by helping them acquire and sustain the skills necessary to remain safe and self-sufficient in homes of their choice.
Under the GAFC program, one of the RSSI nurses will work with you and your Primary Care Physician to develop a Care Plan to meet your individual activities of daily needs. The RSSI Support Staff can help with the cueing and supervision of any combination of the following activities of daily need:
Seizure Disorders: Individuals with seizures or any history of seizure activity generally need supervision through many of the above activities of daily living.
Vice President and Administrator for Service Enriched Housing
Alice oversees the home care program for RSSI including the provision of Masshealth Group Adult Care Program (GAFC), Skilled Nursing for Acquired Brain Injury clients, Certified Home Health Aides, Housekeepers, Adult Companions, Individual Support Workers, Resident Service Coordinators, and Personal Care Assistants in addition to other staff.
Alice holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master’s Degree in Nursing, certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner, and maintains a Massachusetts Nursing Home Administrator License.