In the Shared Living Model (also known as Professional Family Teaching Model), an individual lives with a carefully screened and trained host family in a nurturing home environment. This arrangement is similar to a private home experience to provide an individual with the most independence and best quality of life.Explore Shared Living
Day Services are adult programs and activities that provide meaningful opportunities designed to enrich the lives of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Individuals enrolled in Day Services participate in a variety of activities at our centers and in the community and can enjoy learning opportunities such as daily-living skills, health and recreation programs, and volunteering opportunities.Explore Day Services
The Family Teaching Model uses a range of staffing strategies to accommodate the various support needs of people who live in the home. Most Family Teaching Model residences are duplexes where individuals with disabilities live on one side, and the Family Teacher lives on the other.Explore Family Teaching
How To Get Started with GoodLife
1. Complete an Initial Screening Form
2. Talk with our Director of Admissions about your options with GoodLife
3. If GoodLife is a fit for you, complete and submit the full application
We understand that getting started with services can be overwhelming. We’ll help guide you through every step of our application process and make sure you feel comfortable with the transition into GoodLife’s services. Our application process is extensive so we can ensure that every resident is placed where they will thrive.
Allen County Key Staff
- Ed, Shared Living Resident
"I am so happy! This is my home and my family now. I love living here because I get to learn new things and make new friends.
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