Welcome to Bryan Manor
Bryan Manor is a 100 bed Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.Our current house opened in 2008 although we have been providing residential programs and services since 1977. We are a not for profit organization dedicated to providing specialized residential options for adults with developmental disabilities. Located in Centralia, Illinois, our organization provides very unique and specialized services for persons who have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, but also have significant physical and health care needs. Approximately 90% of the residents of Bryan Manor function in the severe or profound range of mental retardation.
As a licensed ICF/IID provider, our primary purpose is to provide active treatment and services so each person functions with as much self-determination and independence as possible. We provide a very safe and comfortable home-like environment for the individuals in our care, while insuring that everyone has every opportunity to make choices and have control over their lives.
Those who may be interested in admission to Bryan Manor must be screened by their local Case Coordination Agency to determine eligibility. Case Coordination Agency information may be obtained at www.dhs.state.il.us or by calling 1-800-843-6154 or 1-800-447-6404 TTY. If deemed eligible, our social worker will meet with the applicant and their family or representatives to determine if we can provide appropriate services for the applicant. Those who are eligible and can benefit from our services will be admitted when there is a current opening.
Bryan Manor is a smoke-free and tobacco-free facility.
We deeply appreciate your interest in our organization.
Bryan Manor is an equal opportunity employer.
Complete employment history and references are required. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Applications must be completed and submitted to the HR Director for consideration for any position.
Direct Support Personnel | Full-time & Part-time
We are currently accepting applications for Direct Support Personnel. No experience? We will train. CNA’s are encouraged to apply. Excellent benefits. If you are interested in a rewarding career, working with adults who are developmentally disabled, we would like the opportunity to speak with you. Please apply in person at Bryan Manor.
Licensed Nursing | Full-time
Bryan Manor currently has openings for full-time RNs and LPNs. Additional compensation for experience and shift differentials. Generous benefit package including health insurance. Please apply in person at Bryan Manor.
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As requirements are changing every day, we would like to announce some changes that have been made to visiting schedules.
Residents are permitted to have visitors as they choose. Compassionate care visits and visits required under federal disability rights laws should be allowed at all times.
Visits no longer have to be scheduled. However, we respectfully request you call to let us know you are coming. We make this request as clients have started transitioning back to off site and on-site day training. If we know you are coming, we can have your loved one ready and/or hold them back from day training. We also need to ensure you don’t show up in case your loved one is on an outing or on a doctor visit.
Preferably, visitation will occur outdoors, however visitation may also take place indoors. If your loved one is in a private room, visits may take place in the room. If your loved one is not in a private room, the visits may still take place in the room as long as their roommate is not in the room for their scheduled repositioning or down time. If the roommate is in the room, alternate locations will have to be used. This is per the CDC.
If the facility is in outbreak, visitation can still occur provided visitors are advised of the potential risks before entering the facility. If visitors are coming to visit a resident who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19, visitors should wear appropriate PPE (well-fitting mask, gown, gloves, and eye protection).
Visitors must be screened prior to entering the facility for a positive test (must be full 10 days after before visiting), COVID-19 symptoms, or meeting criteria for quarantine. Visitors that meet any of those criteria will not be allowed to visit per CDC and IDPH. Visitors should wear masks, physically distance from other residents and staff, and perform frequent hand hygiene. Visitors who are unwilling or unable to adhere to core principals of infection prevention and control should not be permitted to visit or should be asked to leave.