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Hilltop Home
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Since 1960

The Art of Caring for Kids

Over 50 years ago, the Junior League of Raleigh had a vision for creating a place for medically fragile children with severe developmental disabilities to get the care they need in an intimate, homelike setting. With the generous support of the Civitan Club, the Kiwanis Club, and many concerned citizens, the doors to Hilltop Home officially opened in 1960.

Hilltop Home is dedicated to providing quality, comprehensive, individualized services to its residents. Consistent with the beliefs and principles upon which Hilltop Home was founded, these services are provided in an atmosphere that fosters a warm, close relationship with children and their families.

Special Services

Our comprehensive habilitative program features individualized medical, therapeutic, developmental, and educational services including:

Medical Services

Around-the-clock nursing care by licensed nurses experienced in seizure control, respiratory complications, oral-motor dysfunction and neuromuscular impairments.

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Education

Quality educational services in our certified, non-public school setting.

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Therapeutic Services

Physical, occupational, speech, feeding, and respiratory therapy to maximize the potential of our children.

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What Do Parents Say About Us

Emily Diaz Parent

I cannot say enough about the staff at Hilltop Home. They are a magnificent team of professional and nurturing caregivers. My son could not be in better hands. Thank you, Hilltop!

Regina Crumpler Parent

This is like our home away from home. I couldn’t imagine what it would be like without Hilltop Home.

Phil Stein Parent

Hilltop Home was one of the best things that could have happened for my family. They provide my son with the comprehensive, compassionate care that simply could not be duplicated at home.

Ben Alexander Former - Board of Directors

The staff at Hilltop Home provides outstanding, top-notch care for severely disabled children. It is truly patient-centered care.

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