Shared Living Providers
We are currently looking for homes for the following individuals in Addison County.
(Application for Shared Living Provider is different than the agency application, please use application link below if interested in applying.)
1. Shared Living Provider sought for a young woman in her early 20s with a mild developmental disability. Best match would be a home that could provide consistency and structure, without children or pets. She works 40 hours/week from afternoon to evening in Middlebury, and the provider needs to assist with transportation to & from work. When she is not working, she enjoys crafts, especially perler beads, and photography. Also she needs a home that is not heated by a woodstove. Generous tax-free annual stipend, respite, room and board payment, and team support. Please call Keiko at Community Associates 388-4021.
2. Shared Living Provider sought for a man in his mid 30’s on the autism spectrum. This intelligent and independent man enjoys watching movies and playing online video games. He is eager to participate in household chores and master independent living skills. He has his own transportation. Tax-free annual stipend of approximately $27,000, and room & board payment of $8,600. A quiet and patient home in Bristol, Middlebury, or Vergennes would be a great match. Please contact Tim Franklin at Community Associates, 388-4021.
3. Shared Living Provider sought for a man in his late 40’s, who is eager to increase his independence. He enjoys working out on his bike, playing board games, and watching sporting events and TV. He is committed to his part-time job and receives community support services M-F. Best match would be able to provide support for independent living skills, balanced meals, and medical oversight due to a traumatic brain Injury. Tax-free annual stipend of $31,500, monthly room and board payment of $8,700, and a respite budget. Call Elsie Sutton at Community Associates. (802)388-4021.
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Click here for more information on shared living “Shared Living in Vermont: Individualized Home Supports for People with Developmental Disabilities”, State of Vermont, Division of Disability and Aging Services
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Click Below to download and print application. Or call 388-4021 to have one mailed to you.
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