Our Core Values
At LEL, we believe everyone has value. Our goal is to partner with each individual we serve and work with them towards achieving their best life. We meet our families and individuals where they are in life and we help navigate to find the best options that are available.
Our vision for our individuals is to provide them with ample opportunities to engage within their community. LEL provides a variety of activities that help all our individuals to live their great life. We promote opportunities to take part in self-advocacy, learn new skills, participate in various hobbies, enjoy Lunch with Friends, participate in Action Clubs, learn a new language, join a walking group, attend Camp events, etc. By engaging our individuals in unique and fun ways, our individuals develop natural lasting relationships and friendships and thrive in life experience. We eliminate boundaries of community integration to allow our individuals to experience limitless engagement opportunities.
WHO WE SERVE
Medicaid Waiver participants in search of integrated and community supports.
The Waivers we provide supports for include:
- CIH (Community Integration and Habilitation)
- FSW (Family Supports Wavier)
- A&D (Aged & Disabled)
- TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
- Individuals with additional funding sources seeking a creative approach to support
SERVICES WE OFFER
- RHS – Residential habilitation and support provides assistance to increase independence in daily living skills
- DHI – Day habilitation provides supports to increase presence and inclusion in the community
- Respite – Provides a break for the primary caregiver
- SFC (for both CIH and AD waivers) – Structured Family Caregiving provides an opportunity to live in a family setting and receive the love and support needed to gain independent skills
- PAC – Participant Assistance and Care – provides assistance to increase independence in daily living skills
- Recreational Therapy – is designed to restore, remediate, or rehabilitate through sports, dramatics, arts and crafts, social activities, and other recreation services
- Music Therapy – is designed to focus on the acquisition of nonmusical skills and behaviors by improving and increasing communication skills, social integration, gross and fine motor skills
- Behavior Management – is designed to train, supervise, and assist in the positive expression of emotions and desires to acquire socially appropriate behaviors
- Attendant Care — Attendant care services involves hands-on assistance to allow aging adults or persons with disabilities to remain in their own homes and to carry out functions of daily living, self-care, and mobility
RBHA — Residential-based habilitation service provides training to regain skills that were lost secondary to the traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Homemaker Services — Homemaker services help the individual remain in a clean, safe, and healthy home environment
- FCAR – Family Caregiving Services provide training and education to instruct family members, or primary caregiver about the treatment plans and use of equipment to improve the ability of the family member, or primary caregiver to provide care to the individual.