A Small Miracle Greensboro office provides Innovation Waiver (I/DD) Services to children and adults living in Greensboro and the surrounding areas. The Greensboro office has the benefit of having two-day programs, where they offer Day Support Services year-round. One location is in Randleman, NC and the other is in Greensboro, NC. Both day programs are open Monday-Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Our Day Programs offers on-site activities such as art activities, yoga, exercise class, community outings, and various socialization opportunities that vary throughout the month and year. Annually we host events for the holidays such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Our service recipients and staff are always having a great time. On a normal day, it is very likely that you will walk into a dance party.
The Greensboro location also provides many other services to include: Community Living & Supports, Community Networking, Respite Care, Supported Employment, Residential Supports, and Supportive Living. It is our staff’s number one priority to ensure the individuals are involved in their community and have the supports needed to allow them to fulfill all of their aspirations and ambitions.
Greensboro Management Team
Leilani Maness, Program Director
Leilani Maness has enjoyed working in this field for the past 28+ years. She has a bachelor’s degree from Barton College & a graduate degree from UNCG. She worked at the Guilford Center for 17 years supervising case managers, CAP waiting list, etc. Since then, she’s devoted her time to making a difference in the private sector serving individuals diagnosed with various disabilities. She is very excited to be a part of the ASM family. She is the proud mother of three children. Her favorite pastimes are laughing & not taking life too seriously.
Dorothy Frye, QP/ Day Program Director
Dorothy Frye has worked with individuals who have Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) for more than twenty years. She has a degree in management. Dorothy enjoys building relationships with the individuals and families we support. She also enjoys community involvement and being a part of the ASM team. In her spare time, she enjoys visiting with her family and playing spades.
Darnella Reeder, Office Manager/Staffing Coordinator
Darnella Reeder has worked mostly in the areas of law and management in addition to being a third-generation caretaker for individuals with disabilities. She takes pride in being able to combine her skills to provide the best outcomes for individuals with various disabilities. Darnella earned her Bachelor’s Degree in English from Saint Augustine’s University and her Master’s of Business Administration from North Carolina Central University. When she is not working she enjoys binge watching her favorite tv shows, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Jonathan Hall, Qualified Professional
Jonathan graduated from Pembroke State University in 1991. He received his B.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a Concentration in Business Management and Communications. He has over 25 years of experience working with Child and Adult Populations in the field of I/DD as well as Mental Health. Jonathan has also held positions such as QMHP, QDDP, Director of Behavioral Health Services, Program Manager, and AFL Director.
Holly Pender, Qualified Professional
Holly Pender graduated from Winston Salem State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Therapeutic Recreation and a minor in psychology in May of 2007. She has worked as a QP for the last 11yrs at another provider agency before recently joining ASM. Holly has a passion for working and supporting those who have intellectual disabilities to live healthy and independent lives.
Olivia Kibler-Staley, Day Program and Staffing Support
Olivia Kibler-Staley graduated from UNC-Greensboro in 2015 with a BA in Psychology. She started working at Max & Friends day program shortly after graduating. Olivia was promoted as a team leader and then activities coordinator. She loves making memories with the service recipients and watching them grow as an individual.