Goodwill Hawaii provides several programs that help people with a wide range of intellectual disabilities to become an independent and positive member of the community.
Ho’olana Program – Adult Day Health (ADH) Oahu, Hilo (Hawaii)
Ho’olana Program supports Medicaid Waiver eligible individuals with an intellectual disability. The day program provides a person centered approach while in a group setting. Participants can choose their own goals based on what they want to learn and how they want to succeed in life. They are encouraged to participate in volunteering, self-advocacy, and community integration.
The PAB program also supports Medicaid Waiver eligible individuals with an intellectual disability but with a one-on-one approach. Participants work with an advocate to set goals and to help support them in all areas of growth, including: self-care, activities of daily living, and community integration.
To learn more, please contact your preferred service site:
Long-term Adult Supports and Resources (LASR) Statewide
The LASR program provides services to NON-Medicaid Waiver eligible participants with an intellectual disability. The focus of the program is to enhance the individual’s experience in the community, provide opportunities for job training and placement, and build life skills. Some activities include: volunteering, activities of daily living, community integration, and developing independence.