1170 South Main Street
Waynesville, NC 28786
(828) 564-5650 office
(828) 564-5657 fax email: Waynesville@asmallmiraclellc.com
Our Waynesville office opened in December 2011.
A Small Miracle Waynesville ‘s office provides Innovation Wavier (I/DD) Services to children and adults living in the Waynesville and the surrounding areas. We have a 3,000 sq. ft building, where we offer Day Support Services year round. The Day Program is open Monday-Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm. Our Day Program offers an art & crafts room full of special projects, a computer lab, a game room with a Nintendo Wii, and Karaoke. We also have a classroom space where different life skills classes are held. We have 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 such as art classes, Karaoke, cooking class, exercise class, community outings, and various socialization opportunities that vary throughout the month and year.
A Small Miracle, Waynesville also offers Periodic (community and home) services, and Innovations Waiver Services to include, Community Networking, Supported Employment, Community Living Support (In Home Skill Building & Personal Care) and Respite. Note periodic services and specific the days/hours and frequency are tailored to meet each individuals needs and Individualized Support Plan. Our staff work hard to ensure the individuals are involved in their community and have the supports need within their home to allow them to aspire to their dreams and goals.
A Small Miracle Waynesville is also proud to offer Alternative Family Living (AFL) to both adults and children with Developmental Disabilities. We have wonderful individuals that open not only their home but their family and heart to individuals that need additional care in an alternative family living arrangement. Our AFL families provider 24 hour care in their home and embrace the service recipient into their family.
Kim Moore graduated from Appalachian State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1993 and moved to Waynesville in 1997. She has worked in the I/DD field since 1993, first as a habilitation technician in group homes in Boone, and advancing her experience over the years. Kim has held positions as a Qualified Professional in Western North Carolina for a number of agencies, and most recently worked for Vaya Health as an I/DD Care Coordinator. She has been a Program Manager with the Alzheimer’s Association of WNC and a member of the Board of Directors for STAR Rescue Ranch in Waynesville, NC. Her passion for helping individuals with I/DD began when her cousin was born with I/DD in 1981. There was an instant connection between them and lasted for many years. In her free time, she enjoys family, college sports (especially basketball), camping, and fishing.
Sarah Parham, Office Manager
In high school, Sarah served as a teacher assistant for the Special Education Program. She then started as a Hab Tech in 2008 and was promoted to the Program Coordinator for an ICF/IDD facility, where she oversaw the daily running of the group home for almost ten years. Sarah also serves as a Special Olympic coach and volunteer. She is passionate about the services we provide and making a difference! Sarah is currently working on obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration. When she’s not at work, she’s out enjoying the wonderful mountains and hanging out with her dog!