Developed and tested in collaboration with the University of Kansas, GoodLife offers three unique living arrangements for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Shared Living providers are an extension of your family. Our Shared Living solution helps your loved one avoid group homes, with the added benefit of living in a private home environment. Read More…
24/7 Support | Stability | Family Environment | And More!Explore Shared Living
Individuals with disabilities live in a duplex with a Family Teacher, who provides support and guidance 24/7. This unique model helps people with disabilities achieve their full potential and live independently. Read More…
24/7 Support | Growth & Development | IndependenceExplore Family Teaching
Questions about our Housing Services?
We recently compiled a list of the Top 5 Questions we get about our Housing Services. Check out our blog article to read the answers!Top 5 Questions on Housing Services
How to Get Started with GoodLife
1. Complete a Contact Form
2. Our Director of Admissions will follow up with you to talk about about your options with GoodLife
3. If GoodLife is a fit for you, we'll discuss next steps and get you started with the applications process
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.
Benefits to our Residential Services
Each person who chooses to live in a GoodLife home 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. We’ve designed our services to create safe, comfortable, and long-term home environments that naturally support community involvement, consistent individualized care, and opportunities for learning new skills.
Our partnership with the University of Kansas helps us monitor our progress through our quality assurance program and guides us as we implement changes based on the most current research to create meaningful services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD).