Departments

"The unique multidisciplinary approach that LIFE offers allows physical therapists the opportunity to co-treat with other disciplines. My pediatric knowledge has grown because of my LIFE colleagues and my LIFE clients, and I look forward to continue learning with them."

-Tammy Groenwald, Physical Therapist PT, DPT

Community Services

Our Community Services include Habilitation, development of skills; Respite, offering a break to parents or guardians with care from a specialized provider; and Attendant Care, providing services based on the specific needs of the child or adult.


Direct Support Professionals provide these services. They are dependable, flexible, and innovative individuals who help children and young adults be successful in their home and out in the community. They are hired to work one-on-one with a child or adult with developmental disabilities to support their success.


Are you looking to help a child or adult reach their fullest potential? Do you need a flexible part-time or full-time position? Are you a compassionate individual searching for a way to make a difference?

Who We Need

Direct Support Professionals
We are looking for individuals who are committed to the value of helping through our community with compassion, integrity, and respect.

You Should Know:

  • This is an entry level position that offers growth
  • Experience with special needs is preferred but not required
  • Most positions require afternoon and evening hours
Therapy

Our therapy services include Occupational, Physical, Speech, Feeding, and Music therapy. We predominantly serve the pediatric population but we do serve some adults in our transition or adult programs.


In our unique transdisciplinary model you will have the opportunity to collaborate with professionals in other therapy disciplines as well as professionals in other departments such as behavior analysts, teachers, and direct support professionals, to help ensure the best progress for clients.


We have multiple treatment spaces including a therapy gym, a pool for aquatic therapy, outdoor playgrounds, sensory walk, sports court, and a sensory gym.

Who We Need

Licensed/Board Certified Therapists
Professionals with a flexible and growth mindset that want to help those with developmental disabilities and their families reach their goals

You Should Know:

  • Opportunity for continuing education
  • Guaranteed pay despite cancellations
  • Paid admin time and social activity time
  • Multiple bonus programs

"Why did I choose to work at LIFE?
The PEOPLE..we are like family. I feel at home when at LIFE. I love being surrounded by people who share the same passion for serving these clients as I do, and in turn the kids I work with remind me every day of what is most important in life and to count my blessings. It may look like we are just playing but we are doing a lot of work building life skills for a successful future, and having fun while doing so. I truly do believe it takes a village to raise a child and I am fortunate to work in a place among people who are so supportive, knowledgeable, and loving. We are a team that I am proud to be part of!!! "

-Angela Olson

Behavioral Program

Our Behavioral Programming and Support offer clients the opportunity to address and improve socially significant skills and behaviors.


As part of Behavioral Programming and Support team, you'll work with highly trained professionals to develop an all-inclusive evidenced based ABA program using a consumer centered approach which includes input from everyone on the treatment team.


Support is provided through assessment, consultation, and training, using clinic based assessment rooms and home and community environments. Material and programming supplies are available as well as technology and an online data selection system.

Who We Need

BCBA's, BCaBA's & ABA Tutors

You Should Know:

  • Work in a cutting edge clinical facility
  • Gain supervision toward board certification
  • Earn opportunities for continued education
Private School and Adult Program

The L.I.F.E. Private Academy offers an individualized education environment dedicated to strengthening children's emotional, social and cognitive skills.


As part of the Academy team, you'll use a variety of techniques, including phonetics, multisensory learning, and repetition to reinforce learning and to meet students' varying needs and interests. You'll work collaboratively with the student's entire treatment team to create a personalized education based on strengths and weaknesses.


Our adult program helps adults with daily living skills and provides purposeful social interaction from our center-based treatment facility.

Who We Need

Teachers & Classroom Aides
Experienced teachers and teacher aides help us deliver a general education curriculum tailored to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Use your creativity and autonomy to instruct students in academic subjects, and communicate with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress and determine priorities.

You Should Know:

  • Role involves both administrative & teaching skills
  • Provide an engaged, hands-on class environment


The L.I.F.E. Adult program offers an individualized programming environment dedicated to strengthening adult’s emotional, social, cognitive, and functional living skills.


As part of the DTA team, you will use a variety of environments, and teaching strategies that include multisensory learning, and repetition to reinforce learning and to meet adults' varying needs and interests. You will work collaboratively with the adult's family and support team to create a personalized program based on strengths and needs of all members.

Who We Need

Direct Support Professionals to support adults by implementing a variety of interventions. These programs include but are not limited to specialty therapies, AFLS, and behavioral interventions to develop the skills needed to live successfully in their day-to-day environments.

You Should Know:

  • This is an entry level position that offers many opportunities for growth
  • Experience with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred but not required