Services

Under the umbrella of LOL-Life Of Liberty there are three different program component. Each is designed to serve participants at various levels. The three programs are Wola Nani, Nantucket and Puyallup.

Wola Nani

Meaning (develop and embrace each other) is designed to accommodate participants between the ages of 18-59 who exhibits behaviors,that are believed to be socially unacceptable. These behaviors can include explosive episodes of both physical and verbal outbursts including acts of violent aggression. We have a licensed behavior specialist on board to assist these individuals with individualized functional analysis plans.
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Nantucket

Meaning (Place of Peace) is designed to accommodate senior participants above the age of 50 in an environment conducive to overall wellness and tranquility. Nantucket participants must be primarily diagnosed with mental retardation or developmental disability. The participant must be ambulatory and able to be actively involved in various activities. Must be able to independently handle daily living skills such as personal care, hygiene, feeding etc. Nantucket will operate at a staffing ratio of eight participant to one staff.
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Puyallup

Meaning (Generous People) is designed to accommodate participants between the ages of 18-75 who is in search of a day program that will enrich every aspect of their lives by implementing a person-centered approach. The program will offer innovative individualized programming using technology through ipads, ipad minis, white boards and smart TVs. Puyallup strives to build community,  and personal relationships in addition to developing functional academic, educational and vocational skills.
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Description of Services

Our program serves up to 264 individuals in a center/community based environment. The center is accessible to community resources, shopping, recreation, and public transportation. The overall ratio of staff to clients shall be 1:4 unless individual needs require and funding is approved for more intensive support. All participants are expected to be involved in activities/duties outside of the center at a minimum of two times per week for at least two hours.

These sites are both paid and volunteer. Participants volunteer at sites such as churches, childcare centers, homeless shelters, thrift stores and other places where trusting help is needed.

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Successful Independence

WE PROMOTE SUCCESSFUL INDEPENDENCE BY OFFERING SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES, COMMUNITY SAFETY TRAINING, MOBILITY TRAINING, DAILY EXERCISE, NUTRITION EDUCATION, LIFE SKILL ASSISTANCE, SOCIAL INTERACTION, SELF ADVOCACY, AND PERSONAL CARE AND DEVELOPMENT.
OUR PARTICIPANTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO INTERACT WITH PEOPLE OF DIVERSE SKILLS AND PERSONALITIES.

 

THE GROUP PROCESS PROVIDES AN ARENA FOR PERSONAL INTERACTION WITH PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES THAT ESTABLISH PARTERNSHIPS AND SATISFY EACH PERSON’S INDIVIDUAL SERVICE PLAN OBJECTIVE
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