Genesee Lake School is an employee-owned company specializing in treatment for students ages 7 to 21 who have been diagnosed with Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability are the primary diagnoses of the students who attend our school, and many of our students have secondary or coexisting diagnoses for mental health needs.
Genesee Lake School offers day school, residential treatment, and respite opportunities.
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The extraordinary and intensive demands of providing on-going care to a child/adolescent with a disability can be overwhelming. The GLS Respite Program provides temporary relief to the parents and regular caregivers of these children/adolescents. The support given can range from several hours to several days.
We support Respite clients in the same manner we support the individuals in our Residential Program. Supports are provided by well-trained professionals in our current program areas and Respite clients follow the same general routines and are included in the social/community activities of the area in which they are staying.
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Student Success Stories
Learn more about some of our students at Genesee Lake School.
Our Mission Statement
Genesee Lake School’s mission is to provide an individualized, person-centered, integrated team approach to care and services. We emphasize positive behavioral support, therapeutic relationships, and developmentally appropriate practices to support each student’s goals. Genesee Lake School strives to help students learn to live and succeed in a community-based, less restrictive environment.
MyPath Beliefs and Behaviors
The MyPath Beliefs and Behaviors are the guideposts we use on our journey:
- We are confident our work makes life better for the people we serve.
- We make decisions in the best interests of our clients, Co-Owners, and the Company.
- We believe we have a bright and promising future.
- We set high professional standards that reflect the needs of our clients and business.
- We own our problems and proactively find solutions. We follow through on our commitments. We communicate in advance when responsibilities cannot be met.
- We are humble. We acknowledge and learn from our mistakes. We embrace opportunities to educate one another.
- We treat our Co-Owners with the same respect we give to those we serve.
- We believe diversity in background, skills, and experience creates a stronger team and better results.
- We celebrate our successes.
- We practice honesty and integrity. We operate with transparency in all of our interactions.
- We are empowered to provide input about our environment. We question what does not seem right.
Continuous Learning & Innovation
- We are committed to ongoing growth and development in our professional roles.
- We apply our knowledge to create innovative and effective programs for the people we serve.
MyPath External Stakeholder Code of Conduct
MyPath’s mission is to transform lives. We rely on our five core Beliefs and Behaviors to support this effort.
To carry out our mission, we employ and serve people who represent a variety of characteristics and identities. Every one of those members of the MyPath community is valuable. We strive to create an environment where those who differ in age, ability, race, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, religion, sexual orientation, size, socio-economic status, veteran status, and other characteristics nevertheless prosper together through shared values and goals.
We collaborate with stakeholders who help us achieve this mission. Our extended community holds a shared responsibility to treat everyone with dignity and respect at all times and to create an environment where everyone can thrive.
Accordingly, any person, family, or entity that engages with MyPath is expected to demonstrate inclusive and respectful behaviors in every interaction with MyPath. This includes activity and comments posted on social media or shared with other external stakeholders. It also includes direct personal interactions during MyPath provision of services.
This Code sets forth the standards we expect our stakeholders to follow. It is not intended to reduce, replace, or limit any legal or contractual obligations that stakeholders may owe to MyPath. Since it is impossible to predict and describe every situation, stakeholders should follow this Code in both spirit and letter.
MyPath takes seriously any failure to meet the expectations set out in this Code. We may decide no longer to do business with any person, family, or entity that fails to follow it.
Genesee Lake School agrees and abides with all state laws requiring equal opportunity for all. No one is discriminated against because of race, color, creed, gender, religion or spiritual belief, disability, or national origin. Individuals are accepted for admission based upon need for services and an identified funding source.
Licensing and Accreditation
Genesee Lake School maintains licensure from the state of Wisconsin under DCF 52 and DHS 83. We also hold full accreditation under Council on Accreditation (COA), a national organization that offers objective, independent, and reliable validation of an organization’s performance.
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