Celebrating 20 Years of Stephens Farm @Adeo

April 15, 2024, marked a significant milestone for Adeo: two decades since opening the doors of Stephens Farm to provide specialized support for adults living with the residual impact of a brain injury. This remarkable journey is not just about the passage of time; it’s a celebration of resilience, community, and the transformative power of person-centered support.

Doug has been an integral part of the Adeo family since the beginning. Doug and his family explored a multitude of support options for him, in Colorado and elsewhere, before finding a place he could call home at Stephens Farm @Adeo. With his signature fedora and a passion for geology, photography, writing, and psychology, Doug embodies the spirit of possibility and passion that defines Adeo. We are honored to walk with him as he creates the life he desires and chooses.

A Closer Look at Stephens Farm

Stephens Farm stands as a beacon of hope and support for individuals living with brain injuries, offering a comprehensive range of services tailored to meet each resident’s unique needs. From personalized assistance with physical care to specialized support that promotes wellness and connections, Stephens Farm provides a nurturing environment where individuals can thrive and live empowered lives.

The nineteen fully accessible, private studio apartments at Stephens Farm are designed to foster independence while ensuring safety and comfort. These living spaces are complemented by thoughtfully crafted common areas for recreation and dining where residents can come together to socialize, engage in activities, and forge meaningful connections.

Central to the success of Stephens Farm is the group of dedicated staff who provide round the clock support and care, fostering a sense of security and belonging for residents. Their commitment to creating a warm and inclusive environment ensures that every individual feels valued and respected.

Looking Toward the Future

The impact of Stephens Farm is not just measured in years of service, but in the lives it has touched and transformed, serving as a testament to the power of compassion and community in forging new paths and embracing life to its fullest.

As we honor Adeo’s support for adults with brain injuries over the last two decades, we also look forward with anticipation to what the future holds. In 2025, we will unveil the newly renovated Hope Apartments @Adeo. With twenty-eight accessible one-bedroom apartments and communal spaces designed for both relaxation and socialization, Hope Apartments represents a deepening of Adeo’s impact on the lives of people with brain injuries and their families.