Dedicated to the Welfare and Dignity of Our Residents
The idea for The Daily House Respite B&B originated after learning of a respite service gap for individuals with differing needs in the Omaha/Elkhorn, Nebraska area. We are humbled to be fundraising for a temporary (and eventual) permanent site for The Daily House Respite B&B.
What We’re Here For
The mission of The Daily House Respite B&B is to provide persons with disabilities and their families with respite and family support, when needed, to promote living rich, fulfilling and productive lives with dignity and respect in the most independent community surrounding possible.
P.O. Box 193
68022 - IRC 501(c)(3) 2019
Meet Dawna Daily
I'm a motivated and experienced program developer, presenter, and educator with over a decade of experience serving in one of the best communities in the nation. I pride myself on building and maintaining collaborative community relationships and bridging communities
of all abilities.
I have a history of executive-level decision-making, analyzing problems and finding solutions, and working within all levels of local, state, and national guidelines to deliver the best programming while maintaining policy, procedure, and documentation.
I received my master’s degree in special education from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. I hold a teaching endorsement in work-based learning and transition. I have experience working within the University Centers of Excellence on Developmental Disabilities at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and previously taught resource and transition at the Elkhorn Public Schools.
I am most excited as I expand on the Daily House Respite B&B to watch the development of the critical interactions between the board, committee members, families, and community. I can’t wait to be a part of helping it to grow and flourish to provide mutually beneficial opportunities throughout the organization.
I am also the owner of Daily Yaymaker, LLC., a newly formed company that works to bridge communities of abilities through community and travel experiences for individuals with unique and diverse needs.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, which includes my husband, Kevin, and our dogs—Abby (a golden retriever mix) and Pippin (a miniature schnauzer)—my two grown children Bryan and Collin, daughter-in-law Taylor, and two beautiful grandchildren Zane and Eden.