How do we start the application process and apply for services at GoodLife?

How do we start the application process and apply for services at GoodLife?

Do you have questions about how to start the application process and apply for residential services at GoodLife? Before transitioning to GoodLife’s residential services, individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities complete a comprehensive admissions process. In this guide, we’ll explain the steps you need to take to get started today. How to start the application process and apply for services… read more

What Does The Financial Part of Services Look Like?

What Does The Financial Part of Services Look Like?

Are you wondering what the financial part of our residential services looks like? In this post, we explain who pays for what and how cost is determined.

Top 5 Questions about GoodLife’s Residential Services

Top 5 Questions about GoodLife’s Residential Services

At GoodLife Innovations, we know how important it is to find the right residential services for your loved one with an intellectual or developmental disability. We provide a range of options to meet the needs of our residents and help each individual thrive.  If you’re like most families, navigating the world of Kansas disability services can feel confusing, overwhelming, and… read more

iLink Expansion Brings Exciting Opportunities

iLink Expansion Brings Exciting Opportunities

At GoodLife, we’re always searching for ways to offer more independent living options for people with  intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD). We are continually looking for new and innovative ways to improve their lifestyles. Beth McCoach, Chief Operations Officer of iLink Technologies, said, “The iLink team is continually striving to offer support and encourage independence for the residents we work… read more

Approachable technology that helps people live independently

Approachable technology that helps people live independently

GoodLife’s focus has always been empowering people to live more independently. To achieve this, we partner next-generation service models with approachable technology. Dr. Mike Strouse, CEO of GoodLife, was a guest on the Easterseals “Assistive Technology Update” podcast. He talked with the host, Josh Anderson, about how GoodLife’s Neighborhood Network encourages seniors and people with disabilities to live more independent… read more

Shining a light on GoodLife Innovations with CEO Mike Strouse

Shining a light on GoodLife Innovations with CEO Mike Strouse

GoodLife has supported people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) for over 40 years. Our original goal was to ensure that individuals receive appropriate services in community settings. It is still at the heart of our innovative spirit.  Our President and CEO,  Mike Strouse was a guest on the Uncovering Kansas Podcast. The episode shines a light on GoodLife’s cutting-edge… read more

A focus on goals helps Gabe achieve independent living

A focus on goals helps Gabe achieve independent living

Learn how personalized care allows Gabe to experience meaningful, satisfying, and independent living in his own home.

Donna’s big personality lights up her home within GoodLife’s residential program

residential program

We believe that every GoodLife resident is unique, and their care plan should be tailored to their specific needs. GoodLife’s residential programs offer a variety of living arrangements developed around the individual’s level of need. Each resident benefits from a Quality of Life Plan and a personalized schedule filled with their preferred activities. GoodLife professionals, including nurses, behavior specialists, therapists,… read more

Gratitude, generosity, and tax credit initiatives make a difference at GoodLife

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Learn how your contribution to GoodLife can support interdependent communities with a COVID-resistant care model and qualify for a Kansas tax credit. Your donation can make twice the impact.

How Cheyenne found purpose and stability as a DSP

How Cheyenne found purpose and stability as a DSP

COVID shutdowns led Cheyenne to find a more stable job. She found GoodLife, and a passion for caring for people with I/DD and a career as a live-in DSP.

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