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01/13/21- Person #197: Respite Services Needed for Girl- Family Resources/Youth & Family Funding

The family of a young girl in her early teens lives in Lexington and is asking for respite in the family home.  This girl has a diagnosis that includes Autism and ADHD.  Hours needed are every other Friday for 2 hours, from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm  There is no preference stated as to type of provider desired.  However, the family wants to find provider staff who are understanding and open, willing to spend time with this girl, and will work on communication and socialization skills.  The provider must also be reliable and compatible, and must be LGBTQ+ friendly. Any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this teen through the I Am Boundless Parent-Directed Program.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/04/21- Person #212: Respite Services Needed for 3-Year Old Boy/Family Resources Funding

The family of a three year old boy living in Mansfield is looking for a respite provider, variable hours needed. There would be minimal morning hours and some afternoons. The family is able to plan ahead about two weeks if services are needed. Funding comes through Family Resources/Family Support Services.  The family would like to find a provider to start in April 2021. Services needed include transportation to/from therapy appointments or school, supervision, personal care, and other supports until a parent gets home. The family has no preference as to agency or independent provider, but any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this child through the I Am Boundless Parent-Directed Program.  Also, the provider must be med-certified through DODD and also know how to de-escalate, redirect, and divert from behaviors. If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/04/21- Person #214: Bellville Woman Looking for IO Waiver Nursing/PDN Nursing and ADS Services

A young woman in her mid-20's lives in Bellville and is in need of an IO Waiver Nursing/PDN Nursing provider in her home.  She will work with an agency nursing provider or independent nurse provider and needs additional help as soon as possible. Immediate hours to be filled are Thursday and Friday from 7am-4pm. There is a potential to pick up another 18 hours throughout the week for a total of 36 hours. She is a sweet and kind girl. She enjoys listening to music, having fun, baking, and spending time with her family. She lives with her mother and father. She requires assistance to monitor her health and safety such as G/J tube care, suctioning, trach care, and medication administration.

This individual may also be interested in finding an Adult Day Support provider if there are any local providers who can meet her medical needs.  She would like to attend an ADS program two days per week.

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03/15/21- Person #219: Mansfield Girl w/SELF Waiver needs HPC Provider/State Plan Nursing Provider

A young woman in her late teens lives in Mansfield with her family and has a SELF Waiver.  She is in need of a provider of SELF HPC Services and she is in need of a home health nursing agency.  HPC hours needed are up to 15 hours per week- possibly 3 days a week would be best but with some flexibility on days.  The family would like help with the individual's personal care, housekeeping, school work, and independent living skills.  They also want help with 2 Cincinnati doctor appointments per year.  They have cats in the home, so potential providers should be accepting of the cats. She and her family are looking for a provider that is kind, patient, and certified to pass mediations using a g-tube.  The individual has eating limitations so a provider is needed that will not give her food not on her diet.

This individual also is in need of Home Health aide/STATE Plan Nursing services for 1-14 hours per week.  The individual has multiple medical issues due to Kabuki syndrome and she continues to have testing for additional health concerns.  She is ‘sensory seeking’ and has behaviors related to her diagnosis that present as outbursts and frustration with activities or class work.  The Home Health aide would be responsible for following the doctor’s current Plan of Care which may include but is not limited to: vital signs, cardiovascular and pulmonary status; integrity status; genitourinary status; gastrointestinal status; neurological, emotional, behavioral status, musculoskeletal, mobility status; medication compliance, response, patient safety at home.

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03/26/21- Person #229: Family of Mansfield Woman Wants Respite Services/Family Resources Funding

A Mansfield woman in her late 20’s lives with her family.  They would like respite services and want the provider staff to do fun things with her on the weekends.  She would like to get out of the house and go to the park, go shopping, out to eat, etc.  Hours would be mainly on the weekend and would be based around the individual’s needs.  The individual and family would like someone who is caring, enjoyable to be around, and will take her into the community. She enjoys it when staff go fishing with her or talk about hunting. She loves music, dancing, singing, fishing, hunting, and eating Chinese food. She also likes to help with laundry, sweeping the floor, unloading the dishwasher, and putting groceries away. She has a great personality, smile, and sense of humor. Her primary diagnosis is Intellectual Disability.  The family has no preference as to agency or independent provider, but any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this person through the I Am Boundless Parent-Directed Program.  The funding source is initially Family Resources.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/09/21- Person #236: HPC Services Needed for Man with Level 1 Waiver

A Mansfield man in his late teens has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a provider (no preference) to provide HPC Services for occasional recreational opportunities, outings and transportation to appointments. Hours needed are flexible but would be up to 5 hours per week.  He would like to have his provider start working as soon as possible.  He is looking for a provider who is kind, gentle, calm, and shares an interest in car racing and mechanical things.  He has indicated that a knowledge of communication devices would be helpful.  This individual has a diagnosis of Autism. If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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05/04/21- Person #246: Mansfield Man Needs Level 1 HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his early 20's is looking for a new Level 1 HPC Provider for 1 to 5 hours per week.  He lives on his own and has requested help with grocery shopping, running errands and household chores. He also wants his provider to attend community events with him, and has stated he would like to learn to cook. He likes to work with people who are punctual, friendly, patient, and good listeners. He enjoys listening to music. He works two jobs. He loves history and classic cars. He also has a large coin collection. He wants his provider to know that he doesn’t like being late and he doesn't like any interruption in his routine. He has no preference as to agency or independent provider.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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05/11/21- Person #247: Mansfield Man wants HPC/Level 1Waiver Provider

A Mansfield man in his mid-20's is looking for an HPC provider for community integration.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and wants 5 hours of services per week.  He is a person with Autism and he prefers to stay indoors. His interests include spending time with his dog, playing Nintendo, playing games, music, and working on computers.  He does like to go to Walmart to walk around and shop.  He has no preference as to type of provider.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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05/13/21- Person #248: Man with IO Waiver Needs HPC Services on Saturday/Sunday

A young Mansfield man in his early 30’s with an IO Waiver is looking for an HPC provider for 12 hours over the weekend as soon as possible.  He has no preference as to Independent or Agency Provider.  He is very outgoing, enjoys video games, movies, and hanging out.  He would like someone to help him manage his diabetes by monitoring his food intake and assisting him with maintaining good and healthy eating habits. He would also like help with things around his home that he is unable to maintain on his own, i.e. washing dishes and other cleaning tasks around the apartment. Hours needed are 6 hours on Saturday and 6 hours on Sunday (12 hours total). If you might be interested in finding our more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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06/17/21- Person #253: Shelby Woman Wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A young woman in her early 20's lives in Shelby and is in search of a new Level 1 HPC provider.  She has indicated she would like services 1-10 times per month.  She stated she wants help with transportation to events and community outings, trips, and social events. She also needs help with running errands and getting groceries. She loves playing rummy, Sudoku, and word games.  She also enjoys being around children, likes history, all types of music, and  loves romance comedies. She fears having seizures and not “fitting in” or being accepted by others. She has a job and services would need to be set up around her work schedule.  She has no preference as to type of provider.  However her provider needs to be knowledgeable about seizure disorder and having a VNS implant.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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06/17/21- Person #254: Lexington Family Needs Respite 5pm-12am once/week; Family Resources/YFC

A young man lives in Lexington with his family and they are requesting a respite provider one day per week from 5:00 pm to midnight in their home.  Funding will come from Family Resources/Youth and Family Council.  The day of the week is negotiable between the provider and family.  This individual has Autism and would like to work with someone who has a calm voice, a calm demeanor, and is a happy person. He likes Elmo, Bear and The Big Blue House, upbeat music (“Happy” and Luke Bryant songs, etc), toys that have sounds, being outside (fresh air) or going on car drives, snacks (sour cream and onion chips, Doritos, cookies, and plain M&M’s), and doing short activities – puzzles, deep pressure squeezes, pushing buttons on toys.  A knowledge of ABA is preferred, but is not required.  Any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this young man through the I Am Boundless Parent-Directed Program.  If you might be interested in working with this individual, please click on the link below.

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06/18/21- Person #255: Man with Level 1 Waiver Wants HPC Services; prefers FEMALE staff

A Mansfield man in his mid-40's lives on his own and wants a Level 1 HPC Provider.  He has a Mild Cognitive Disability and Traumatic Brain Injury.  He is is a hardworking individual who enjoys motorcycles and working at RNI’s woodshop. He wants to learn to read and would like someone who can help him. He also wants to work on developing his professionalism, hygiene, attendance, dress code, and attitude. He has stated he would like up to 5 hours per week of HPC services and would prefer to have a FEMALE provider. If you might be interested in learning more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/01/21- Person #258: Teen needs 5 hours/week of HPC/Care Services in Home

A Mansfield teenage girl has a Level 1 Waiver and needs an HPC provider to come to her family home once a week for assistance with personal care.  She has cerebral palsy and needs help with toileting, bathing (walk-in tub with shower chair), dressing, hair care, oral hygiene, and looking nice.  Days/times of service are negotiable with the family, but they are requesting 5 hours total per week.  This young girl is non-verbal and is fed by G-tube.  She also has a Vagus Nerve Stimulator and her family would like to find staff who have completed that training.  The family prefers staff who are patient, caring, high-energy, and motivated.  If you might be interested in finding our more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/06/21- Person #260: IO Waiver Nursing/PDN Provider Needed ASAP for Bellville Woman

A young woman in her mid-20's lives in Bellville with her family and is looking for a new nurse for up to 16 hours per week.  There is no preference as to agency or independent provider.  The family is flexible and the time can be worked out to occur over multiple days or could be a 12 hour shift on a weekend day.  This individual has hypoplastic left heart syndrome.  She enjoys enjoys going out to eat, playing on her iPad and going to the movies. She is looking for a nurse to monitor her health and spend time with her. She has family and her daytime nurse that can assist with teaching about her care and and about what she likes/dislikes. The provider must be a nurse. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.  

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07/15/21 - Person #261: Young Woman Wants Residential Respite Provider

This young woman lives with a shared living provider, but would like someone who can take her to attend family events in Cleveland and visit her family there periodically, to be billed as residential respite services. Staff would need to stay with her throughout the visits to offer supervision, although she is very independent and does not require any personal care assistance.  She is nice to talk to and is very compassionate. She has a bubbly personality and is a good person. She is sweet and energetic.

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07/21/21- Person #263: Shelby Man Needs Level 1 HPC Provider

I am looking for an HPC provider approximately 5 hours a week.  I am laid back and want to get out in the community more and meet people.  I'm looking for someone who knows the area and is fun to be with.

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07/28/21- Person #264: Shelby Woman Wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A Shelby woman in her early 30's is searching for a new Level 1 HPC Provider.  She would like her provider to be available on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.  She is looking for someone fun to spend time with and who is willing to travel.  She would like her provider to have some similar interests: swimming, dancing, art shows, concerts, and shopping.  She enjoys artwork and loves to create new art pieces. She doesn't like crowds but does enjoy meeting up with close friends and meeting people in small groups.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/28/21- Person #265: Mansfield Man Wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his early 60's has a new Level 1 Waiver and wants to find an HPC provider for 1-5 hours per week.  He has a mild intellectual disability and lives on his own.  He will work with either male or female staff but wants to find someone who is calm and patient.  He enjoys going fishing, bowling, going to high school sports, going on walks, and cooking.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/28/21- Person #266: Mansfield Man Wants New Level 1 HPC Independent Provider

A Mansfield man in his early 40's is looking for a new Level 1 HPC Independent provider. He lives with his mother and wants a provider who will take him to do things he enjoys.  The hours will be scheduled with him and his mother as needed.  He enjoys going to dances, shopping, going out to eat, to the movies, and going fishing with his family and provider.  He wants to work with someone who is reliable and will show up on time He has also requested a provider with patience and compassion.  He loves being involved in Special Olympics and wants to work with someone who enjoys sports and has common interests with him.  He may need assistance going to medical appointments.  His provider will also assist him to learn more daily life skills.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/28/21- Person #267: Ontario Man w/IO Waiver needs HPC Services in Family Home

This young man in his late 20's lives in Ontario with his family and needs IO Waiver HPC services in his home.  Hours needed will be determined during the meeting with the individual and his parents.  He has a diagnosis of Autism and is non-verbal but able to point and use gestures to communicate his wants and needs. He has also had seizures in the past. There is no preference as to type of provider, but he would like to find someone who has a knowledge of Autism and who is patient with a calm demeaner.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/30/21- Person #268: Mansfield Man wants Level 1 HPC Provider/DAYTIME Hours

A Mansfield man in his early 20's is looking for a Level 1 HPC provider for daytime hours.  He would like a provider to help him study for his permit test. He also would like to move out of his family home and get an apartment in the future.  He will need drop-in services once he has an apartment. He has no preference as to type of provider, only that the provider will be willing to help him study for his drivers permit. He wears leg braces and can walk for short distances; otherwise he uses a powered or manual wheelchair. He will need to get a modified vehicle once he is able to drive.  If you might be interested in working with this individual, please click on the link below.

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08/03/21- Person #269: Man with IO Waiver Needs AGENCY Provider for 24/7 HPC Services

This individual is in his early 60's and is in need of IO waiver 24/7 in-home HPC services by an AGENCY provider. Delegated nursing is required for PEG tube feeding. He requires assistance with household management, bathing, toileting, managing his PEG tube and feeding supports. He will also need assistance to attend appointments and manage his health. He has a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy and Moderate Intellectual Disability.  He is a funny and friendly guy. He loves and watches the Cleveland Browns. He is currently in a nursing home because he had a PEG tube placed in June 2021. This has allowed him to receive needed nutrition and he receives a continuous feed from 9pm-5am. He follows a mechanical soft diet with thin liquids during the day. Prior to his nursing home stay, he had moved into an apartment on his own with 24/7 supports. He can have some behaviors such as yelling and cussing. He requires assistance with redirection if he becomes upset. He utilizes a wheelchair at this time due to a decline in his mobility. Currently he is a 1-person assist. He has been gaining strength back and with therapy has walked short distances but uses his wheelchair primarily.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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08/04/21- Person #270: Mansfield Man w/IO Waiver wants HPC services

A Mansfield man in his late 60's lives with his mother and needs a provider of HPC and HPC Transportation services.  He has a mild intellectual disability and is authorized for around 18 hours of HPC services per week. He is willing to work with an agency or an independent provider; he just wants to find staff with patience, competence, consistency, and compassion. Services needed include encouraging him to exercise twice a week when possible, or taking him on walking trips. HIs staff will also encourage him to take trips out in the community seasonally to enjoy himself and view trains, planes or automobiles. He needs help with scheduling all health-related appointments, and to obtain his medication from the pharmacy.  Staff also assist him some with his household chores.  He is a nice gentleman who enjoys visiting fire stations, watching trains and airplanes, looking around in stores, going out to eat, going to fairs, and keeping his independence and routines. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.



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12/30/20- Person #190: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation needed in Shelby; FEMALE Staff Only

A twenty year-old female who lives in Shelby has a Level 1 Waiver and would like to find a Homemaker Personal Care Provider for about 5 hours per week.  Hours needed are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on the weekend, but can be flexible depending on provider and family agreement..  She wants to use all 5 hours per week for this service to get out of the house and to allow some respite for her mother who is her primary caregiver. Her diagnoses are Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, and Seizures.  Her staff would need to be trained on using a Vagus Nerve Stimulator (VNS).  She is also looking for someone who is reliable and dependable and wants to find someone who likes to go out and do fun things.  She ambulates by wheelchair and needs assistance for all transfers.  She can ride in a car in a regular seat, but would need to use a transport wheelchair once out of the vehicle.  She is willing to consider agency or independent providers, but would prefer a FEMALE staff to work with her.  Some assistance with personal care may be needed.  If you would like more information or would like to meet this individual and her Mom, please click on the link below.

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PROVIDER PENDING 06/24/21- Persons #256: Waiver Home with 3 Men looking for Agency HPC Provider/Acce

Three men in Mansfield are in search of a new HPC Provider.  They would like to find an agency provider who has an accessible van and a provider with reliable staff.  The first man is in his early 20s and has Cerebral Palsy and uses a power wheelchair.  He has an IO Waiver and needs staff for 18 hours per day.  He likes rock music and video games, and he is easy to get along with.  He wants staff who are patient and understanding and diligent. The second man is also in his early 20s and has Autism; he has a Level 1 Waiver.  He wants to find a provider who is patient and understanding.  He likes to play video games and loves animals.  He enjoys going out to eat, to the movies, local fairs, and Cedar Point.  The third man is in his 20s and also has Autism.  He has a SELF Waiver and will need staff coverage for 42 hours per week.  He needs reminders for personal hygiene, someone to teach him how to prepare meals and choose healthy food options, and how to respond to emergencies. He also needs help with socialization with his peers, and help with attending community outings and activities.  Schedules and routines are very important to him.

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PROVIDER PENDING: 01/11/21- Person #195: Man w/IO Waiver needs AGENCY Provider/MALE staff/24 hrs

PROVIDER PENDING: A young man in his late 20's needs an AGENCY provider with MALE staff to provide 24 hour supervision.  He will be returning to Mansfield from a developmental center and will need services to begin in March 2021.  His diagnoses include mild intellectual disability, other specified impulse control disorder, borderline personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, and speech sound disorder.  He will need assistance to establish routine and transition back to community living from a developmental center stay. He will initially require 24-hour supervision with consistency in following his plan to ensure his safety; he plans to eventually enroll in an adult day program. He will also need assistance with getting out into the community and doing fun things he enjoys. He will need staff encouraging him to take responsibility in his home and setting appropriate examples for him. He will also need prompting for hygiene and daily routine, and assistance with meals and household chores. His staff will also need to accompany him to medical appointments to give/receive information and ensure follow up care.  He is a likable guy who loves to talk. He knows quite a bit about a wide variety of subjects and likes to learn and share new facts. He enjoys being outside in nature, fishing, and gardening. He likes to listen to country and Christian music and audio books. He enjoys watching TV and movies. He really likes to do arts and crafts and sharing his creations with others. The agency provider should have some experience with behavior management.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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