Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: (252) 439-0431
Fax: (252) 355-3121
Our Greenville office provides periodic services for children and adults with developmental disabilities living in Greenville and the surrounding areas. These services include: Community Living Support, Community Networking, Respite, Supported Employment, B3 Respite, Community Guide, and Supported Living. All periodic services frequency is tailored to meet each individual needs and Individualized Support Plan. Our staff are highly qualified individuals who continue to advocate for community inclusion among the individuals we serve. Supported Living was recently added to the Innovation waiver to provide individuals we serve the opportunity to live on their own with additional support. A Small Miracle Greenville is proud to offer this service to Greenville and the surrounding areas.
We have a 6500 sq. ft building, which is broken up among several functional rooms for our Service Recipients to enjoy Some of those rooms includes 2 libraries on site. One is a children’s library with a variety of reading materials as well as books on tape. The other is a lending library full of various resources from special topic books to specialized conference DVD’s, etc. There is an art & crafts room full of special projects and other manipulatives used for increasing fine motor skills. We have an exercise room with a variety of equipment and DVD’s for service recipients to use as well as a WELLNESS program designed to keep our Service Recipients MOVING! There is also a computer lab, a game room with a Nintendo Wii, and an observation room with a 2-way mirror for parents/ case managers to use when observing so they don’t interrupt goal-training sessions. There is a sensory room that contains a variety of supports used for tactile stimulation and soft music. This room can provide either an environment for relaxation or stimulation.
In addition to the various instructional rooms we also offer on-site activities that vary throughout the year. Some of these programs/ activities include recreational therapy, music education, art education, Karaoke, and various socialization opportunities. We are involved in the Exceptional Community Baseball League, volunteer for Special Olympics events year-round, and co-host Special Populations Dances with the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department.
The Greenville Team
Stephanie O’Neal, Program Director
Stephanie is the mother of three who resides her in Greenville NC. She graduated from Shaw University in 1997 with a BA degree in Sociology and has 20+ years post-baccalaureate experience with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health. Stephanie has a passion for serving individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and has been devoted to her career providing services through various roles including Direct Care, Qualified Professional, and Case Management. Stephanie is passionate about empowering the individuals she serves to be involved in decision making regarding the care they receive to reach their individual goals and full potential. In addition to being a strong advocate for IDD/MR services; Stephanie also enjoys serving and participating in inclusive activities in her church as a youth leader, usher and armor bearer as well as many positions in her community. Stephanie join ASM in Nov in 2017 as Greenville’s Program Director.
Alicia Harper, Qualified Professional
Alicia Harper graduated from Elizabeth City State University in May 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and recently obtain her Master’s in Human Behavior Development in September 2016. She has 4 years of post- baccalaureate experience working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities. During her years of working with this population she gained experience through her variety of roles as a Developmental Technician, Group Home Manager, Behavioral Analyst, and QP while employed with an ICF facility. She is passionate about helping others within her community, especially adults and children with mental/developmental disabilities and illness.
Lakisha Wiggins, QP
Lakisha has over 15 years of experience working with the I/DD population and because of her passion for working with this population she enrolled into Shaw University in 2003 where she obtained her Bachelor Degree in Social Work. Lakisha is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, NC Capture. Lakisha has been a QP since 2010 working in ICF long-term facilities. Lakisha enjoys spending time in the community volunteering at events geared towards individuals who have mental illness and developmental disabilities. Lakisha is empowered by A Small Miracle’s vision of empowering individuals with disabilities to reach their potential.