…”Lutheran Family Services plans to use the facility’s four cottages to serve adults with significant disabilities. The facility will have staff on-hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

‘We really want individuals to have the home that we all want to have, which is a place to live where we can enjoy our meals, our time together, our ability to watch TV, to work on the computer, to recreate,’ said Julie Swanson, Lutheran’s president and board CEO.”

Read the full story published in The Roanoke Times, here.