The staff of NEOSI would like to welcome in our latest sponsor for Cleveland State Basketball, RLN Home Health Care. You can visit them here http://www.rlnhomehealthcare.com/
Growing up, RLN Home Health Care Owner Ricky Nerone began working at a young age with his family’s construction business. This helped to shape his work ethic as it stands today. Discovering helping people on a more personal level was his true passion. He worked his way though college and grad school, eventually licensing his own Health Care company.
He completed all classes (minus student teaching) necessary for his Masters at Notre Dame College. Rather than take time off work to finish student teaching, he is focusing on growing his own Health Care company. Now, as an independent provider, Ricky services up to 4 counties in Ohio, and currently working with 18-20 individual clients.
Nerone is committed to enhancing the quality of life of individuals with special needs and provide support and networking opportunities for the client and their families. His goal is to help RLN’s clients reach their highest potential, lead independent and fulfilled lives as members of our community.
In the words of Nerone.
I help to provide life skills, as well as enrichment services for clients based on individual needs. I also help my clients become more independent allowing for effective real-world learning experiences. Skills we focus on involve the following:
- Managing income and expenses
- Managing time; using schedules and calendars
- Organizing and completing paperwork, mail and e-mail
- Managing and maintaining living space
- Planning and prepping healthy meals
- Communicating with others
- Encourage active and healthy lifestyles
- Specialized to the individual, he offers a variety of activities that suit the client’s personal interests as well as those that cultivate their social, physical, cognitive and creative abilities. These include, but are not limited to, physical fitness, culinary exercises, movies, dinner outings, sporting events, craft shows, bowling, County Board of DD activities, walks in the park and countless other activities, specialized toward individual wants and needs.
Nerone has a great philosophy and it has helped his clients reach new levels of growth they once never thought possible. Nerone explains below a little bit more about his philosophy “All individuals have the right to experience life to its fullest potential and to be treated with the consideration, respect, and full recognition of his/her dignity and individuality. My mission is to provide the tools and the resources to assist each individual in his/her journey towards a fuller and richer quality of life.”
As a great way of offering social inclusion; based on interests. Activities included, but not limited to client interests:
- Science Center
- Library trips
- History Museum
- Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame
- Little Italy
- Tim Tebow’s “A Night to Remember Prom”
- Events at the I-X Center (Amusement Park, Car Show
- Lake and Geauga Metroparks
- Mentor Headlands Beach
- Geneva on the Lake
- Fairport Harbor
- Bonfires and cookouts
Sport and Games
- Go-Kart Racing
- Dave & Busters
- Browns, Indians, Cavs, Monsters and Captains games
- Golf dome
- Thompson Motor Speedway
- Summit Racing for NHRA racing
- Aurora Farms trips
- Holden Arboretum
- Lake Farmpark
- Squire’s Castle
- Cedar Point
- Mall outings
- Pet Store trips
- Assisting clients with social media accounts
Managing life skills
Income and expenses
Living space and budget assessment
Meal prep and fitness
If you want to learn more, I would highly recommend reaching out to Ricky and learning more about the near miracles he is helping families realize daily!
Get In Touch
- Address: 8845 Ranch DriveChesterland, OH 44026
- +440 537 4830
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