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 an engaging young man in his early 20s. He enjoys watching movies and playing video games and has interest in muscle cars and demo derbies. He needs an accessible home without young children. Ideal provider will be highly skilled in providing medical assistance, and is able to provide support in all aspects of daily living, including feeding and personal care. He is looking forward to increasing his independence. Generous tax-free stipend is commensurate with experience, with monthly room and board payment and a respite budget. For more details, call Keiko at Community Associates. 802-388-4021.
2. 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 802-388-4021.
3. Shared Living Provider for a woman in her 50’s with a mild developmental disability. She needs to transition from independent living, and would like support in ensuring safety, medication oversight, and getting to her part- time job in Middlebury. Experience with Alzheimer’s desirable. She loves to listen to rock’n roll and Christian music, read the Bible, watch game shows, and spend quiet time in nature. She smokes, and has an indoor cat. A county setting is ideal. Generous tax-free stipend, monthly room and board payment and a respite budget. Call Donna Quesnel at Community Associate. 802-388-4021.
4. Shared Living Provider Looking for a home for a woman in early 30s with a mild intellectual disability. She enjoys art, the Red Sox, music, animals, shopping and being outdoors. Her ideal provider would be a single, grandparent–y type with no children living at home who can dedicate significant time working towards her life goals and healthy relationships. She also would like to adopt an older cat. Generous tax–free stipend of $25,000, room & board payment of $8,500, plus respite budget. Contact Keiko 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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