ANL Residential Programs
Effective September 1, 2013, A New Leaf embarked on an exciting journey as the organization acquired Homelife Association, another Tulsa MSA nonprofit organization. This acquisition gives ANL the opportunity to provide more services to a greater number of individuals living in our community.
ANL now operates two group homes, and provides 24-hour assistance with basic requirements to individuals living in 15 independent homes and apartments in the community. Other services include assisting clients in selecting staff to work with them, assisting individuals with programs designed to maximize their independence, aiding clients in finding appropriate housing within the community, arranging and providing transportation to work, recreational activities, and appointments, and organizing social activities for individuals.
Group Homes offer living arrangements for 6 to 12 people who share a home and receive up to 24 hours per day of support and training in daily living skills. Group home residents are 18 years of age or older. A New Leaf’s group homes are single-family homes located in the community close to other services and activities. A New Leaf currently has two group homes that house 6 individuals each.
Daily Living Supports
Daily Living Supports meet the daily support needs of individuals with developmental disabilities living in their own homes and apartments in the community for up to 8 hours.
In accordance with the needs of the individual, Daily Living Supports include hands-on assistance, supervision, or prompting so that the individual performs tasks, such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, personal hygiene, light housework, money management, community safety, recreation, social, health, or medication management.
Supported Living meets the daily support needs of Homeward Bound clients (Hissom class members) living in their own homes and apartments.
A New Leaf provides 24 hour/7 day staffing for individuals receiving supported living. In addition, staffing assists and trains individual to perform tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing, toilet training, personal hygiene, light housework, money management, community safety, recreation, social, health, or medical management. In addition, transportation for individuals receiving Supported Living services is also provided.
Habilitation Training Services
Habilitation Training Services include the care, skills training, and supervision provided to individuals in their home. Our trained staff provide assistance with acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to activities of daily living, such as personal grooming and cleanliness, bed making, household chores, eating and the preparation of food, and the social and adaptive skills necessary to enable the individual to be more independent.