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

Wola Nani: African, “for we develop and embrace each other”.

Is designed to provide services to individuals whose current behaviors may be considered socially unacceptable and exhibits challenging behaviors such as physical aggression, self-injurious, property destruction, elopement tendencies. Wola does not currently enroll medically fragile individuals. All enrolled individuals must have a behavior plan in place by a licensed behavior specialist within the first 30 days of enrollment. Currently wola Nani has a capacity for 15 individuals.


Nantucket

Nantucket: “Placed of Peace” or “’far away land or island”.

Is designed to provide support to senior individuals above the age of 50 in an environment conducive to overall wellness and tranquility. Nantucket participants will engage in activities to help develop and retain memory through specialized games. Fitness classes will be taught to develop and improve motor skills and cardiovascular health. Culinary skills classes provide Individual options such as: kitchen safety, proper food handling and delicious recipes. Community outings are decided upon by enrolled Individuals.


Puyallup

Puyallup: Native American for, “Generous People”.

Is designed to provide the support necessary for participants to build community, and personal relationships, as well as educational and vocational skills. Puyallup takes a person-centered-care approach to each individual enrolled. Puyallup provides participants with the appropriate amount of support to achieve lives of greater independence, individuality, productivity and social inclusion.

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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