Golden Opportunity

Specializing in Retirement Transition

7100 Shady Oak Rd
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
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Services offered:

Day Training & Habilitation

Related links:

Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS)

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As adults with developmental disabilities transition into their retirement years, Opportunity Partners’ Golden Opportunity offers a unique environment designed to meet each individuals’ needs and abilities.

Tailored activities – including work, recreation and volunteerism – strive to keep participants in and of the community. At the same time, the staff, environment and specialized therapies keep a focus on the unique needs of aging participants, including those who have dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Planning Tools

  • Funding Sources – Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), Developmental Disabilities (DD), Community
  • Alternative Care (CAC), Elderly Waiver (EW)
  • Service Hours – Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Licensed Capacity – Licensed Day Training and Habilitation provider serving 50 individuals
  • Staff Ratio – 1:8 staff to client ratio, 1:4 special needs room
  • Transportation – Transportation is provided by and coordinated with First Transit, a MetroMobility provider.

Onsite Supports

Our trained and knowledgeable staff provides a consistent point of contact for each individual, coordinating all activities throughout the day. We also provide specialized services, including:

  • Medication administration including blood glucose monitoring
  • Supervised lunches
  • Specialized care for aging and Alzheimer’s disease
  • Contracted professionals – Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Nursing
  • Staff-assisted personal supports

Independent and Engaged

Golden Opportunity’s range of activities offers a daily structure that supports community connections and friendships, offers meaningful work, and adapts as individual plans adjust.

  • Flexible full- and part-time schedules
  • Community outings
  • Personal interests and activities
  • Work, community inclusion and volunteer opportunities

Specialized Activities

The abilities of participants at Golden Opportunity are central to achieving their goals. As those abilities change, staff and activities adjust to fit individual needs.

Visual communication systems and sensory activities, such as music therapy, engage participants in an energizing environment where they can improve interactions, reduce anxiety and stimulate the senses. You will also find all activities are tailored to maintain memory and physical function.

Welcoming and Safe

Golden Opportunity’s welcoming, home-like environment has gathering rooms with comfortable furniture and walls of windows, along with working and activity spaces. To improve participants’ mobility, there are hand rails throughout the building and no steps. Participants needing additional assistance can receive one to one support as necessary.