Reimagine Independence

Independent Living with Built-in Support

The Neighborhood Network offers semi-independent adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities a safe option to live independently with support when they need it.

The Neighborhood Network is designed to allow residents the opportunity to choose their preferred lifestyle in a safe and supportive community.

Residents grow deep, meaningful connections with others and support each other as they grow in their independence.

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GoodLife specifically chooses existing communities and apartment complexes that are:


Safe and accessible


Close to existing community resources and public transportation


Filled with amenities


Large enough to be inclusive

Agency-wide benefit
The Neighborhood Network and iLink Technologies was awarded the 2020 Moving Mountains Award for best practices in workforce development. Read more about this distinguished honor here. In 2016, Autism Speaks honored the Neighborhood Network with iLink Technologies as the most innovative service approach in its international HeroX House to Home Competition.


See how Neighborhood Network works.

Imagine your loved one flourishing on their own, supported by their neighbors. They are growing their independent living skills and part of a safe, inclusive, thriving community.


A New Paradigm of Care

This unique service model combines the foundation of a well-selected neighborhood and professional next-door neighbors with the remote support infrastructure of iLink Technologies, to create a home environment that is inclusive, affordable, and self-directed.

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Well-selected neighborhood

We carefully select our neighborhoods since they are the foundation for our service model. Apartment complexes we partner with are filled with amenities, located in good neighborhoods, safe and accessible, and close to public transportation.

We currently have Neighborhood Networks located in Lawrence, KS, Overland Park, KS, and Wichita, KS.

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iLink Technologies

iLink Technologies delivers the evolution of disability care through a technology framework that provides 24/7 support, reduces care costs, and empowers independence. iLink equipment is fused into a home so that support can be offered around the clock by the Professional Neighbors and iLink Coaches that our residents know and trust. iCoaches are available at the touch of a button to remotely assist or deploy in-person help at the moment of need.

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Professional Neighbors

Professional Neighbors are caregivers who live in the neighborhood they support and are available 24/7 to assist as needs arise. Professional Neighbors function as iCoaches, available remotely and in person, as needed to maximize independence while ensuring the least intrusive and safest care is provided.

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Program Enhancements

While the Neighborhood Network offers an excellent and innovative support system, we recognize that life is more than just a series of needs. It’s just as important to offer rich learning environments–where each person can contribute talents and energy to give back, build independence, and gain valuable skills.

Our day services programming is enhanced with several learning opportunities that maximize personal growth and skill building.


RISE is a beautiful and dynamic Day Service program for semi-independent individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities who are interested in growing in their independence and exploring the community around them.

A unique offering of GoodLife, RISE participants in Douglas and Johnson Counties get to learn and improve their life skills, build friendships, mentor their peers, and give back to and have fun in their communities.

Learn Why RISE is such a unique and beneficial program.

TEAM Work Program

TEAM stands for Two Employees Accomplish More Work. The TEAM Work program provides residents of the Neighborhood Network with a job of up to 15 hours per week at minimum wage. Each position is paired with a skilled worker who can provide training, mentorship, and skills on-the-job. Not only does this help ensure that the job is done to the standard each employer expects, but also provides a long-term solution for employment for those who historically need ongoing support at the workplace. Jobs are offered throughout GoodLife, including at Midnight Farm.

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Behavioral support

GoodLife offers unique behavioral support services that are evidence-based and cutting-edge. Our long standing relationship with The University of Kansas Department of Applied Behavioral Sciences allows us to train staff on effective behavioral support practices as well as offer behavior analysis across GoodLife, as needed. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) help provide opportunities for optimal learning conditions and better quality of life for our residents and staff.

Learn how GoodLife’s Behavioral Services support those we serve.


Remote health clinic

Integrating health, behavioral, and social support through an in-home telehealth clinic.

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Welcome to the GoodLife!

Great news! After 44 years serving individuals with disabilities, CLO has expanded its mission under a new parent company called GoodLife Innovations, Inc. New name, new website, same belief: a purposeful life of choice, dignity, and independence is possible for those with diverse abilities. Come along as we continue to make a meaningful difference.

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