Residential Services

GoodLife's residential services offer a variety of living arrangements developed around the level of need of the individual.

Each person served residentially benefits from a Quality of Life Plan and an individualized schedule of preferred daily activities. GoodLife professionals, including nurses, behavior specialists, therapists, and other clinicians, provide support as needed. GoodLife’s service models create safe, comfortable, and long-term home environments that naturally fosters true community integration, consistent individualized supports, and opportunities for learning new skills.

Our partnership with KU ensures we monitor our progress through our quality assurance (QA) program and implement changes based on the most current research to create meaningful services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD). GoodLife also embraces sharing our highly successful community living strategies and welcomes the opportunity to consult with other agencies throughout the country to design and implement programs tailored to their needs.

Service Coordination

Neighborhood Network

This Neighborhood Network supports people
who are able to live in a semi-independent
apartment home with a roommate.

Professional Family Teaching Model

Family Teaching Neighborhood Network

The Family Teaching Neighborhood Network uses
a variety of staffing strategies to meet the greater
support needs of the people who live here.

The Family Teaching Model

Professional Family Teaching Model

The Professional Family Teaching Model is a shared living program where an individual, couple, or family provides services in their home.

Specialized community living

Intensive Support Model

The Intensive Support Model provides comprehensive health care and behavioral supports for the individuals served.

Admission Process

To begin the admissions process, please contact Stephanie Thorne, Director of Intake, for additional information or to set up a tour.  At any time you may complete the online initial application form using the link below.  Stephanie will be glad to walk you through the process, answer any questions, and communicate with you about the status of your application. As always, we welcome collaboration with families, guardians, team members and case managers.

Contact Stephanie at stephaniethorne@mygoodlife.org or 785-979-1922. INITIAL SCREENING FORM

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