Youth Mentorship 

Our Mentors are trained and have a cumulative 30+ years experience supporting growth for youth with a variety of neurological, emotional, physical and environmental challenges.  We utilize evidence based practices that intersect the fields of Psychology,  Education and Special Education to individualize an experience for each youth.

 Mentorship sessions include meaningful and personalized goal-driven activities designed to promote growth in areas of interest as well as need. We believe this is best accomplished through the personalization of program design, and all the way through implementation. Our purpose is to support the increase of the quality of life (pursuit of happiness) for youth and mentors regardless of neurological, social-emotional or environmental differences

Individual Youth Mentoring

Individual mentee-mentor meetings on a regular predetermined schedule based on the already identified individual needs of the mentee. Mentors are highly trained across fields of Psychology and Education, DOJ and TB cleared to be on school sites as needed. 

Small Group Mentorship

Small group (3-5 youth) meetings are designed for (a) generalization and maintenance of skills mastered during individual meetings (b) pairing trained volunteer mentors to transitioning mentees and/or (c) peer mentor identification and training. 

Adult Mentor to Mentor Training

The primary goal of our program is to identify, train and support the transition of mentorship to the contracting individual (private, public, parent or caregiver). This is best accomplished through identification of local or entity volunteers for screening, training, role play, coaching as well as a fading plan of the highly trained mentor. 

Training, Consultation & Collaboration

Clinical training in evidence based best practices for generalization and maintenance of tools identified and implemented by the highly trained mentor during individual mentorship sessions. This training can be contracted as an ongoing component of the mentorship process, prior to the transition to adult volunteer mentors or during the transition to adult volunteer mentors. All mentorship partnerships with public and private entities require an agreed to minimum training component within the contract before beginning services. Parent/Caregiver partnerships require a minimum agreed upon collaboration component within the contract before beginning services.

Educational Consultation Services & Trainings

Living Well continues to offer educational consultation services rooted in both Applied Behavior Analysis and Cognitive Behavioral Strategies individually and/or complimentary to mentorship services for youth with Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Consultation services include assessment, goal development, program development, monitoring and reporting, youth and educator consultation, training, curriculum adaptation and collaboration. 

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  • More likely to graduate from high school 

  • Healthier relationships and lifestyle choices

  • Better attitude about school

  • More likely to contribute to society in a positive and individually fullfilling way

  • Enhanced sense of individual purpose in career, emotional and spiritual areas of life 

  • Finding and increasing lasting positive patterns of behavior 

  • Stronger relationships with parents, teachers, and peers

  • Improved interpersonal skills

  • Decreased desire to initiate or continue negative patterns of behavior 

(MENTOR, 2009; Cavell, DuBois, Karcher, Keller, & Rhodes, 2009)

Potential Outcomes

Service Descriptions 

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