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Person #1: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

12/11/18

Person #1 is a young man in his mid twenties who lives in Mansfield and is looking for a Level 1 HPC Waiver Provider. He wants assistance to go out in his community for social events.  He also needs some assistance with self-care and maintaining his personal hygiene.  Provider staff must have excellent knowledge and skills in handling seizures. Current Med Pass Certification is also required. He needs a minimum of 5 hours a week; hours may be increased to 10-15 hours a week pending approval of a new budget. He has many interests, is very social and enjoys being active.  He wants a provider who is fun and outgoing and who is good at listening and helping him to calm down when he gets frustrated. Services are needed immediately.  If you are interested in working with this individual, let us know and his Community Contracting Specialist will set up an interview with you.

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Person #16: Services in Home and Community through Strong Families Grant

12/17/18

This young man in his late teens is looking for a provider through the Strong Families Grant to provide help in his Mansfield family home after school and on weekends.  They would also like staff to take him into the community to do things he enjoys.  He loves to play basketball, go to Chucky Cheese, and play games and do fun activities. The team can negotiate a reasonable rate of pay through the Strong Families grant. He is willing to work with an agency or independent provider, male or female.  Staff should have some experience in working with individuals who need behavior support. This young man is fun, smart, and caring and the right provider will make a difference in his life.  If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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Person #17: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation; Nonmedical Transportation Services

12/17/18

A young man in his mid 20's who lives in Bellville with his family is seeking a Level 1 HPC provider.  He also want a non-medical transportation provider to transport him to/from his job at Meijer when his parents aren't available to take him.. His HPC hours would be approximately 5 hours per week.  He wants to go on community outings and wants to work with someone who can share his interest in video games.  He is a kind and gentle person and enjoys routine and keeping to a set schedule.  He does not have a preference as to agency or independent, male or female provider staff.  If you would like to learn more about this young man, please click on the link below.

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Person #18: SELF Waiver Participant-Directed HPC Services

12/18/18

A young man in his late teens who lives in Shelby is looking for a SELF Waiver provider.  He needs to have participant-directed HPC services in his home as soon as possible. Hours needed are 6:30 am to 5:00 pm two days a week for now, with the possibility of adding more hours in the future.  He likes to have fun.  He enjoys playing games, having books read to him, basketball, swimming, and participating in community events and activities. Potential provider staff should have some experience with individuals on the Autism Spectrum and working with challenging behavior.  Please click the link below if you are interested in finding out more about this young man.

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Person #19: IO Waiver HPC Services

12/18/18

If you enjoy making a difference in someone’s life, please consider meeting this young man. He is 26 years old, lives in the Lexington area with his Mom, and is looking for an IO Waiver HPC provider to cover some hours in his home. He and his Mom prefer independent providers but will work with agencies as well.

He needs staff that are familiar with personal care, have experience with behavior management and are able to meet his medical needs.  He would like staff that interact with him.  He works best with staff who are calm and patient; he does not like staff that are loud and demanding.  It is best to be consistent; he likes to follow his routine and he wants staff to explain to him when things change.   He enjoys Barney, Thomas the Train, and Leon Bibb from News Channel 5.  His Mom and family are very important to him.  He is funny and enjoy jokes & funny shows.He loves to go out to eat and likes going to the lake in the summer. His iPod and Kindle Fire are very important to him.  

He needs staff to help cover these hours: Tuesday through Thursday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Friday from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm and 15 hours total between Saturday and Sunday. His family is flexible on the weekend hours and will work with staff. If you would like more information or to set up an interview, please click on the link below.

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Person #2: IO Waiver HPC Services

12/13/18

Person #2 is a middle aged woman who lives in Mansfield and has an IO Waiver.  She would like a FEMALE provider staff to provide services in her home.  Hours needed are:

? OSOC Hours 9pm to 5am 4 days per week
? HPC Hours 5am to 8:30am 4 days per week
? HPC Hours 3pm to 9pm (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday)
? HPC Hours 3pm to 9pm (Saturday)
? HPC Hours 8am to 3pm (Sunday)

She needs assistance with medications, transfers and repositioning, personal care, and range of motion.  She doesn't like people who are loud and make a lot of noise. This individual is a very happy person and often makes her staff smile! She has a beautiful smile and laugh and is very easygoing.  Please click below to send an e-mail to Newhope for more information.

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Person #21: IO Waiver HPC Services

1/14/19

Person #21 is a man in his mid twenties with an IO Waiver.  He lives in the Ontario area with his family and would like to have HPC services in his home as soon as possible.  Hours needed are Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 5:15 pm.  This young man has Autism, nonverbal, and prefers a provider who is patient, caring, friendly and observant, and also has some experience with Autism.  If you might be interested in finding our more about him, please click the link below.

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Person #24: IO Waiver Nursing Services 3 overnights/week

1/15/19

This young man is in his late teens and has an IO Waiver.  He lives with his family in Ontario and they are requesting IO Waiver NURSING services for three (3) overnights a week in their family home. They would welcome an individual or agency provider and would like to work with someone who is kind, patient,and has a good sense of humor. Specific skills needed are experience with a trach and a ventilator.  If you are a nurse and would be interested in more information about this young man, please click the link below.

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Person #25: Level 1 NonMedical Transportation, Day Hab, HPC/HPC Transportation

1/23/19

A female in her mid 30s with a Level 1 waiver is looking for a Provider for Non-Medical Transportation, Day Hab Services, HPC Services, and HPC Transportation.  She would like to be involved in activities so she can meet people and build meaningful relationships. She wants to go to church and also have weekend get-a-ways. At times she may need help with medical appointments.  She lives in Mansfield and could get approximately 5 hours per week of HPC services.  She doesn't have a specific schedule in mind but is flexible right now.  She is in a wheelchair. She is easy-going, patient, understanding, practical, a go-getter, and has a bubbly personality. She is funny and enjoys life. She enjoys getting out of her house and being active. She also enjoys animals. She is willing to work with an agency or independent HPC provider. She prefers staff who has a caring heart and is a people person; someone who is flexible, outgoing and responsible; and someone who knows what activities there are to do in and outside her community. Great communication is important as well. If you are interested in finding out more about this person, please click the link below.

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Person #28: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

1/28/19

A young man in his late 20's with a Level 1 Waiver is searching for a HPC provider to work with him about 5 hours a week.  He is willing to be flexible with his hours. He wants to do some community outings and possibly occasional medical appointments. He doesn't need any in home services. He enjoys having fun and being active. He is a social person and likes to meet new people and form relationships. He enjoys being outdoors (e.g. camping, fishing, swimming, going to fairs and festivals). He likes to play basketball. He likes to go shopping and out to eat at McDonalds. He also likes being around animals. He is open to any type of provider but It would be nice if the provider knows some basic sign language. However, he does have a communication device. If you would like to find out more information about this young man, please click on the link below.

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Person #29: IO Waiver HPC Services from an Independent Provider

1/30/19

A man in his mid-30's with an IO Waiver is requesting an Independent HPC provider in his home. He typically needs help one weekend per month from Friday 3pm-Monday 8 am and one weekend per month overnight shifts 10 pm-7 am, and possible PRN shifts. There are a number of independent providers in the home who cover other shifts for each other if needed. This individual needs assistance in all areas of daily living skills. He needs someone to help him stay safe and provide a calm and peaceful environment with stimulation to help him grow, and offer activities in the community to get him out of the house and see new things. He is non-verbal but a great communicator. He enjoys showing people the things he likes, playing simple interactive games like peek-a-boo and greeting people. He LOVES car rides and seeing construction equipment and happy activity; he is a people watcher. He is almost always in a good mood and has a smile that lights up the room. His family is quite involved and wants to find the right provider.  If you are interested in finding out more, please click the link below.

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Person #3: IO Waiver Nursing Services

12/13/18

A young man with an IO Waiver is looking for a NURSING provider. He has CP and needs a nurse for approximately 27 hours per week.  He lives in Mansfield. Hours needed are daytime hours and would occur weekdays and every other Saturday. He likes listening to music, being read to, bright colors, and having the TV on with cartoons.  He is a very sweet person who wants someone to spend time with him and to ensure his health and safety.  He enjoys people who are calm and willing to interact with him.  He lives at home with his family and needs a nurse as soon as possible. Please click the link below if you are interested in interviewing with this nice young man.

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Person #31: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

2/13/19

This young lady in her early 20's, lives in Mansfield with her Mom, and is interested in finding a female HPC provider for her Level 1 Waiver.  She would like someone to take her out during the day and possibly early evening hours. She is slowly trying to gain independence while also staying close with her Mom. She would like to go out into the community with her provider to go shopping, out to eat, or to just hang out and have some “girl time.” She will work with an agency or independent provider but wants to work with only female staff.  She has a beautiful smile, loves to joke around and to have fun. She has a great sense of humor.  if you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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Person #32: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

2/13/19

This female lives in Mansfield, is in her early 20's, and has a Level 1 Waiver.  She is looking for a FEMALE provider to do HPC and HPC transportation services with her for about 5 hours per week on weekend afternoons and/or weekday evenings. She would like assistance with transportation to and from outings which include grocery shopping (to allow her to learn budgeting and meal planning) and also doctors’ appointments.  She would also like to do community outings to increase her socialization. She has stress- induced seizures which are treated with medication. Her provider would have to either call the squad, or her parents would train the provider on how to ensure proper care both during and after seizures.  If you might be interested in working with her, please click on the link below.

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Person #33: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

2/20/19

A young woman around 20 years of age has a Level 1 Waiver and his looking for a provider of HPC and HPC Transportation Services.  She lives in Mansfield with her family and has no preference as to provider type.  She wants services up to 5 hours per week, evenings and/or weekends. She is very determined, social, friendly, caring, honest and loving, She is also a great singer, smart and is very good on the computer. She also likes to listen to music; Nikki Minaj is her favorite. She enjoys making jewelry and loves fashion. She would like a provider to mentor her to help her learn subtle cues and independent living skills. She needs someone who can understand her and help to reframe sentences so she may be able to understand them better. If you would like more information on this beautiful young lady, please click on the link below.

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Person #34: Level 1 Waiver HPC/HPC Transportation; State Plan Nursing Provider

2/22/19

This 18 year old young man lives in Bellville and has a Level 1 Waiver.  He is looking for a provider of HPC and HPC Transportation as well as a State Plan Nursing Provider. He needs assistance with dressing, bathing, toileting, and food prep. He enjoys helping his family cook. He would also like more opportunities for recreation and social interaction.  He would like services as soon as possible and the hours needed are flexible, including some day time hours. He loves history, arts, crafts, and going to the movies. He has a Hoyer Lift to assist with transfers. This young man is responsible, hard-working and gets good grades at school.  He has been on the honor roll.  His team describes him as having a great sense of humor and a hard worker.  If you would like more information on this young man, please click on the link below.

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Person #35: IO Waiver HPC and HPC Transportation Services

2/27/19

A female in her 70's who lives in Shelby and has an IO Waiver is looking for Homemaker Personal Care services in her home.  She receives services 24 hours per day except when she is at her day program.  She needs assistance with all aspects of personal care, community outings, medical appointments, and medication administration.  She has  a power wheelchair to get around.  She loves to go out, especially to play Bingo weekly.  She needs a provider with access to a wheelchair van.  She loves animals and has several cats in her home.  She needs staff help take care of her cats.  While she is non-verbal, she understands what is being said to her and can communicate through vocalizations, head nods and with a device.  She is currently living with her Mother.  This individual prefers female provider staff who will provide consistent care and not talk down to her.  If you may be interested in providing services in this individual's home, please click on the link below. She needs services as soon as possible.

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Person #36: SELF Waiver Participant-Directed HPC Services

3/12/19

The family of a 9-year old boy with a new SELF Waiver wants assistance in their Shiloh home after school and on weekends.  He has a diagnosis of Autism and ADHD and has limited communication skills in that he speaks very softly and must know others well before he speaks to them.  The family will work with either a male or female provider, agency or independent, but wants to find someone with experience with Autism.  He enjoys books, music, playing with his stress balls, and being outside in warm weather.  He also likes water play and eating hot and spicy foods. He is very affectionate and loves to give hugs. If you might be interested in providing services in this boy's home, please click on the link below for more information.

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Person #37 Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

3/18/19

This man is in his late 20's, lives in Mansfield and has a Level 1 Waiver.  He is looking for someone to provide HPC and HPC Transportation Services up to 5 hours a week.  He is available on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday each week.  He wants to become more independent and involved in the community.  He doesn't have a preference as to provider but wants to find someone who can take him places to do the things he enjoys.  His favorite activities are going shopping, listening to music (especially R&B and Hip-Hop) and dancing.  He likes to wear nice clothes and shoes and likes to look cool in his sunglasses. He wants to look good.  He hopes to eventually work in the post office sorting mail and is working toward that goal. If you might be interested in finding out more about this young man, please click on the link below.

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Person #38 Requesting after school care through Strong Families Grant

3/19/19

This young man is in his early 20's and lives in Shelby.  He is looking for an AGENCY provider to assist him after school each day for a few hours to do the things that he enjoys.  He is looking for services from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. He enjoys music, watching TV and going out to eat.  He also likes to cook and enjoys going swimming.  In the wintertime he loves to ski.  He is hoping that his provider can assist him with doing these things.  He is nonverbal but is easy going and fun to be around.  He works well with male or female staff but prefers someone who is patient and can give him time to process what is going on around him.  If you are interested in providing services to this young man, please click on the link below.

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Person #39 Requesting Care through Family Resources and Private Pay

3/20/19

A 6-year old boy with a diagnosis of Autism is in need of care starting 4/19/19.  The family prefers a female staff (independent or agency provider) to work with him varied days and hours.  Care would be based on his school schedule (delays, sick, no school, vacations, in-service days) and summer schedule.  He is a very active little boy who loves to read, play with cars, and play with blocks.  He needs some assistance with personal care (toileting and dressing).  The family prefers staff who have a background in working with children with special needs, along with some knowledge of Autism.  The staff must be certified in First Aid and CPR.  If you might be interested in providing some care for this child, please click on the link below for more information.

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Person #40 IO Waiver Nursing Services

3/20/19

This woman in her late 20's lives with her family in the Mansfield area and is in need of overnight nursing care. She has an IO Waiver.  The family would welcome an independent nurse or an agency.  They prefer a female who is kind, patient,and who would be very involved with her. Specific skills needed are experience with seizures, oxygen, G-tube feedings, and oropharyngeal suctioning.  She requires total care, and there are devices installed in the home to assist with this.  If you are a nurse and would be interested in more information about this young woman, please click the link below.

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Person #5: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

12/13/18

A young man in his early 20's is searching for a Level 1 Waiver provider to provide HPC and HPC Transportation services to him approximately 5 hours per week for community activities.  He would like a provider who will do some activities with him one on one or in a small group. This young man lives at home with his family in Mansfield.  He enjoys collecting items (key rings, coffee mugs and big tall glasses). He enjoys dirt bikes going to the movies, working with tools, taking things apart, and music. He would like a provider that enjoys the same things. He has a diagnosis of autism and has no preference as to type of provider he wants to work with.  Please click below if you are interested in finding out more information and/or getting an interview with him.

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Person #7: Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation Services

12/13/18

This individual is a nice young guy in his early 30's.  He lives in Mansfield with his Mom and has a Level 1 Waiver.  He wants approximately 5 hours per week to go on outings, especially to the movies, dinner and to things that involve scary movies.  He also needs some help with scheduling and attending his medical appointments.  He would need a provider to start working with him in January 2019.  This individual is very creative and enjoys art.  He wants his provider staff to help him stay creative and to watch scary movies with him.  He is a really nice person who likes to "hang out." He is very caring and doesn't like to see others being mistreated.  If you like scary movies, enjoy art and want to hang out with a really nice guy, please click on the link below for more information.

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Person #8: IO Waiver HPC and HPC Transportation Services

12/13/18

A woman in her early 40's with an IO waiver is looking for a FEMALE provider to provide HPC and HPC Transportation services.  She lives in Mansfield and wants a provider as soon as possible.  Hours needed are every other Thursday (5:30pm -10:30pm); Sunday (2:30pm to 10:30pm); every other Monday morning 12:00am to 6:30am and 5:30 pm to 10:30pm.   She would  like a provider who is a non-smoker, is friendly, has no allergies to dogs, is dependable (being on time for the shift), and is able to transport her to go shopping. She is a kind and gentle person and has a great sense of humor. Due to her diagnosis, she speaks slowly with difficulty.   She can get around by using her wheelchair, but may need help in mobilizing and guiding it. She also needs assistance to eat (help getting food to her mouth).  Food needs to be cut into pieces that make it easier for her  to chew and swallow.  She enjoys reading and doing things on her computer and going to see her brother and nephews. This woman is kind and gentle and has a great sense of humor.  If you would like to find out more information,  please click the link below.

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