Program Details - New Beginnings for Life LLC
Read below to learn more about the programs we offer! New Beginnings for Life will help you or your family member to achieve their highest potential. Contact our office today with any questions!
Continuous Residential Services
Participants learn skills to help them live independently while maintaining 24/7 support and supervision within the home. Skills include budgeting/bill paying, meal planning and cooking, personal hygiene, home maintenance, medication management/compliance, social skills/maintaining healthy relationships, community access/integration, and much, much more!
In-Home Supports & Personal Supports
Participants receive intermittent support within their own home to learn independent living skills including those mentioned above.
Participants receive intermittent supports to assist family members with their care. Staff work with family members to assist participants with completing their activities of daily living including personal care needs, community outings, meal preparation, home maintenance, companionship, etc.
Day Program Services
Individualized Day, Non-Vocational
Participants participate in recreational or leisure activities of their choosing. Participants often visit our Day Program location in Salem, CT (See our Activity Day Calendar!) or participate in activities at home or within their communities. All day program (and residential) participants are invited to participate in our Activity Day on Thursdays. Activities include trips to the Science Museum, the movie theater, local community events, concerts, or arts & crafts.
Day Support Options
This is a flexible program where participants learn skills necessary for employment or participate in recreational activities. Services include assistance with maintaining proper hygiene and behavior, improving social skills, practicing interview skills, resume writing, community integration, leisure activities, etc.
Individualized Day, Vocational
Participants work with staff to learn skills necessary for employment, participate in volunteer activities, or work to obtain employment.
Participants work with staff to prepare a resume, practice appropriate interview skills/attend interviews, apply to jobs, develop employment skills, and receive on-the-job support and coaching. Participants in the supported employment have developed the skills necessary to begin work and seek or maintain competitive employment.