Group exercise, book club, shopping, going out to eat, and doing things that are important to you, all while feeling safe and comfortable
- Day Support – Services primarily take place in a non-residential setting operated by Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska.
- Teaching includes activities to build skills which includes, but is not limited to: gross motor skills, including grasping, stacking, or transferring items; fine motor skills, including picking up small objects, holding small items, or using a keyboard; attention to task; improving physical abilities, such as sitting in a chair or standing for an extended period of time to complete a task; following one to two-step instructions; and general social skills or self-help skills.
- Community Integration – Services primarily take place in the community in a non-residential setting.
- Teaching includes, but is not limited to: supporting an individual to join and participate in a community group, church group, book club, card club, or a fishing club; how to go shopping, attending a concert, going out to eat, or attending a sporting event; how to join and participate in volunteer activities, such as an animal shelter or Meals on Wheels; and navigating the community by using public transportation or riding a bike.
- Person-Center Planning
- We support person-centered planning. We support individuals to be the center of their planning for their life, their services, and their goals. We focus on what individuals want and support them to create a plan that meets their needs. We support an approach to services that empower individuals to plan their life, advocate for themselves, and reach their goals.
Small Group Vocational Support
- These services are intended to help individuals learn skills that lead to competitive employment in the community.
- Skills include, but are not limited to: career exploration, job seeking skills, interview skills, workplace communication skills, on-the-job safety skills, understanding workplace expectations, and workplace problem solving skills and strategies.
Supported Employment – Individual and Follow Along
- These services are intended to teach skills that support employed individuals in maintaining competitive employment.
- Skills include, but are not limited to: job coaching to learn and maintain job tasks, developing job accommodations, following workplace expectations, getting along with co-workers, communicating with supervisors, problem-solving and self-advocacy.
If you or you know someone that would be interested learning more about our Supported Employment program,
contact Tamara Snider at (308) 455-7571 to discuss service options.
- Independent Living & Supportive Family Living
- Services offer habilitative teaching which includes, but is not limited to: supporting an individual with skills for personal hygiene, laundry and household chores, meal preparation, activities in the community, and social and leisure skills.
– Independent Living services primarily take place in the individual’s private home.
– Supported Family Living services primarily take place in the individual’s private family home.
- Shared Living – Services offer continuous habilitative teaching to an individual in a private home with an independent contractor , teaching the individual skills related to living independently and community integration.
- Teaching includes, but is not limited to: supporting an individual with skills for personal hygiene, laundry and household chores, meal preparation, activities in the community, and social and leisure skills.
- Respite – Services offer non-habilitative assistance to an individual providing temporary relief for the individual’s usual caregiver.
- This includes, but is not limited to assistance with: the provision of medication and supervision for activities at home or in the community.