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01/23/19- Person #25: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services

A female in her mid 30s with a Level 1 waiver is looking for a Provider for 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 power wheelchair so an accessible vehicle would be required. 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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02/24/20- Person #126: Shelby Man with Level 1 Waiver Looking for HPC/HPC Transportation Services

This young man is in his early 20's and lives in Shelby with his family.  He is diagnosed with a Mild Intellectual Disability.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for someone to drive him places that he needs to go like to the Barber Shop and to his medical appointments.  He wants HPC/HPC Transportation services and the hours will be 1-5 hours per week, flexible hours.  He has no preference as to type of provider except he wants to find someone who is polite, trustworthy, patient, and has reliable transportation.  This individual enjoys listening to rap music, enjoys working and enjoys wrestling, the LA Lakers, watching football, and DJ'ing.  He is a happy young man who knows what goals he wants to achieve.  If you would be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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06/10/20- PROVIDER PENDING- Person #123: Man w/IO Waiver Wants 24/7 AGENCY HPC Provider

PROVIDER PENDING: This individual is a Mansfield man in his early 40's who has a diagnosis of a severe developmental disability, bipolar disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder.  He needs to find an agency HPC provider that has experience with behavior management and is able to meet his needs.  Hours needed are 24 hours/7 days per week.  He enjoys spending time with his Dad, having his own quiet time, listening to music, dancing, going out, getting a haircut, playing games, and anything Halloween.  Routine is very important to this person and he needs staff to be consistent with him.  He does not like change. He also works best with staff who are calm and patient.  

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07/07/20- Person #129 REPOSTED: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services for Lexington Man

A Lexington man in his late 50's is looking for a Level 1 Waiver provider to do drop-in services when his family is out of town.  The family wants to ensure his needs are met and he can do some recreational activities that he enjoys.  He has a diagnosis of Moderate Intellectual Disability and he is deaf.  He can communicate using a combination of American Sign Language, his own signs, and he communicates well with gestures and writing out words. When family is away, this man needs someone to check in and make sure his needs are met. He requests support to fix meals and to be involved in the community by going out to eat, swimming, playing pool, and other activities. Hours needed are weekends, early afternoons, and some evening hours when family is gone. He is willing to work with an agency or independent provider and his interests include sports and Harleys. He just wants to find someone who is easygoing, consistent, likes to laugh and have fun. Knowledge of sign language isn’t necessary, but is helpful. This man is a genuinely happy person who just enjoys life.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/08/20- Person #130 UPDATED: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation

An Ontario woman in her late 50's is looking for a provider to support her for five hours of HPC services in the evening throughout the week. She has a diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability. She is looking for someone who is patient, caring, and listens to her needs.  She wants to find a provider to help her make decisions regarding health and safety.  She would like to learn to do some household chores to become more independent, and she wants to do fun things in the community.  She enjoys going to garage sales when the weather is nice, shopping, to Chuck E. Cheese, and to Cedar Point.  She also likes to go out to eat and is open to trying some new activities.  Her interests also include going fishing, playing volleyball, her dog, watching OSU football and Cleveland Indians baseball, and watching "Murder She Wrote."  This individual doesn't have a preference as to type of provider and no special skills are needed.  If you would like to find out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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07/27/20- Person #145: Level 1 HPC and Non-Medical Transportation

I am hardworking, reliable, and friendly with a good work ethic. I am looking to get out in the community more to familiarize myself with the Mansfield area for approximately 5 hours per week. I am also looking for transportation to my Community Job.

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07/31/19- PROVIDER PENDING Person #78 AGENCY Provider Respite/OSOC 1-2 times/month for Female w/IO

This female in her late 30's has an IO Waiver and lives with her family in Mansfield.  They are looking for an AGENCY provider with a FEMALE caregiver (who is older with no children) to do weekend overnight respite 1-2 times a month.  The family would like respite in a provider's home overnight on Saturday and return home on Sunday on designated weekends.  This individual has mental health diagnoses along with her developmental disability.  She needs encouragement to keep growing socially and to expand her options and interests.  She also follows a diabetic diet and needs encouragement to buy sugar-free candy and snacks.  This individual is very funny, charming, warm, caring and friendly with a touch of sarcasm and sass.  If you are a female provider and are willing to do respite in your home 1-2 weekends a month, please click on the link below for more information.

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08/03/20- Person #149: AGENCY Provider Wanted for Level 1 HPC Services in Ashland Area

A young lady in her late 20's is requesting an AGENCY to provide Level 1 HPC and HPC Transportation services for her, approximately 5 hours per week.  She said that she will work with a female or male, but would prefer a male staff if possible.  Her diagnoses include mild intellectual disability and seizure disorder.  She enjoys drawing and painting, music and singing, watching movies, basketball, video games, etc.  She wants to find a provider who is fun and has a good attitude. She also wants her provider to be familiar with community events and activities. She is interested in learning how to drive and would like some assistance with this process.  She can be flexible regarding hours since she is not working right now.  If you are an agency provider and want to find out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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09/22/20- Person #160: Ontario Woman Wants Shared Living OR HPC Services with Roommate in Her Home

A Mansfield/Ontario woman in her mid-40's is looking for FEMALE staff to provide services in her beautiful Ontario home seven days a week.  The guardian will consider either Shared Living or HPC if she has a roommate move into her home.  The provider will be privately paid a daily rate through an annuity; the rate of pay can be negotiated with her guardian.  This individual walks with an unsteady gait. She wears a gait belt for staff to hold on to while she is walking and at times also uses a wheelchair. She is very friendly.  She enjoys playing Solitaire and having books read to her.  She also loves to watch musicals and game shows on TV, and she likes to do puzzles.  She is a big fan of Mickey Mouse!  She will need to be transported to/from her day program and mileage will be paid as well. The family is looking for someone who is patient and kind and who has some experience/background with seizure disorders.  The provider must also be certified to pass medications.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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09/23/20- Person #161: Mansfield Man in early 50’s Needs Level 1 HPC/Transportation Services

A man in his early 50’s with a mild Intellectual Developmental Disability lives independently in a Mansfield apartment.  He needs an HPC provider to assist him with getting to and from doctor appointments - approximately 6 doctor appointments a month, to the pharmacy as needed for medication refills, to the bank a couple times a month, and periodically to the grocery store.  Although he has a criminal background, he is a great guy that just needs some assistance getting around town for needed appointments. He is easy going and loves to laugh.  He has stated he can be flexible with his hours and has no preference as to type of provider.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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09/25/20- PROVIDER PENDING Person #163: Family Needs Respite- Man in Late Teens/Y & F Funding

A family of a young Mansfield man in his late teens needs a respite provider for 8.5 hours per week after school.  He has funding approved through the Youth and Family Council and would like to find a dependable provider as soon as possible.  His primary diagnosis is Autism.  His family describes him as loving, funny, honest and smart.  He enjoys Marvel Superheroes, going to Arby's, watching scary movies, going for long drives in the car, swimming, movies, playing on the computer, and many other things.  He has somewhat limited communication skills but is mostly independent with personal care.  His goal is to have a job someday.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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09/29/20- PROVIDER PENDING Person #164: Man with L1 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 diagnosis of 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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10/05/20- PROVIDER PENDING Person #168: Urgent Need for Respite for Two Boys under age 10- Mansfield

Respite care is needed for two boys of a Mom living in the Mansfield/Lexington area. Both boys have a rare chromosome anomaly and are under the age of 10.  Funding is through Care Management/Richland County Youth and Family Services.  The family is requesting 1:1 and/or 1:2 care for 25 hours per week, typically late afternoon/evening. There may be a need for occasional daytime hours on the weekend. Mom has no preference as to male or female staff, but provider must be energetic and attentive with some knowledge of (or willingness to learn) Behavioral Parent Management Training Skills and Techniques. Both boys are very energetic and fun to be around, but need to be watched closely.  If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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10/07/20- Persons #169: Married Couple with Level 1 Waivers Need HPC Provider

A Mansfield couple is looking for a new provider of HPC/HPC Transportation services.  They each have a Level 1 Waiver and they would like approximately 5 hours per week of home services and 5 hours per week of shopping/community services. They have indicated that they would like assistance with keeping their home clean, and for the provider to take them shopping and on community activities. The husband is in his mid-40s and has a primary diagnosis of spina bifida.  He uses a wheelchair but when riding in a car or van, he can transfer to the car seat and store his wheelchair in the vehicle during the drive. His wife is in her early 40s and has a diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability.  They also may need some reminders regarding cleanliness and hygiene.  They have no preference as to type of provider.  If you would like more information on supporting this couple, please click on the link below.  

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10/27/20- Persons # 173: Provider Needed for HPC and Respite for Sisters with IO Waivers

Two teenage girls who live in Mansfield with family are looking for a provider for IO Waiver/Respite services in the family home.  Hours needed for HPC are 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. each school day to help with showers, dressing, and getting ready for school.  HPC hours are also needed on Saturdays for outings; the girls are eligible for up to 36 hours per week of shared services. The family would also like to have respite services on Friday evening through Sunday evening approximately 6 times/year.  Both girls are diagnosed with chromosomal abnormalities and need to have a provider who will provide consistency and patience. Both girls will need assistance with medication administration, some personal care, assistance with laundry and housekeeping, meal preparation and other individual needs.  Respite services must be provided by an agency provider. Additional HPC hours may also be available upon request by the family.  If you might be interested in learning more about these girls, please click on the link below.

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11/02/20- Person #175: Mansfield Woman with SELF Waiver wants 10 hours HPC per Week

A Mansfield female in her early 40's with a SELF waiver is looking for a new provider. She would like 10 hours a week of HPC services. Hours needed may vary, but she prefers Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. However, she may be willing to do a different schedule. Weekdays must be after 2:30 pm. She is very independent and does not like people telling her what to do. She lives in her own apartment and works Monday through Friday each week. She needs a lot of reassurance and reminders related to medical issues and finances. She does not hear well (uses hearing aids but not consistently) and needs assistance to ensure she understands what is going on. She needs assistance from her provider to arrange and attend medical appointments and needs someone to assist her to participate in and understand discussion.  She also needs her provider to take her to the pharmacy to get her medications. She needs her staff to take her to the grocery store and to assist her with budgeting her food stamp benefits as requested. She may request that staff hold her Direction Card so that she does not spend it or give it away. She also requests that her provider help her to carry in her groceries and laundry.  She will work with either an agency or independent provider, but hopes that her provider will have some knowledge of borderline personality disorder.  It would also be helpful if the provider knows some sign language.  An independent provider must be contracted with Morning Sun Financial for SELF waiver in order to provide services to this individual. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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11/04/20- Person #176: Non-Medical Transportation Needed 5 days/week/IO Waiver

A woman in her early 60's lives in the Mansfield/Ontario area and is looking for a non-medical transportation provider to transport her to Viaquest day hab five days per week. She has an IO Waiver and has a diagnosis of Moderate Intellectual Disability. Her adult day program begins at 9:00 am. She will need a provider that will be patient.  At times, she can be stubborn about getting on the bus.  Some days it takes a little bit of coaching and/or incentives to get her to cooperate.  However, she has a great sense of humor and can be a lot of fun.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click below.

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11/04/20- Person #177: Man with SELF Waiver wants HPC Services 8-12 hours/week

A Mansfield man in his late teens lives with his family and has a SELF Waiver.  He would like 8-12 hours per week of HPC services.  He has a diagnosis of Autism and Moderate Intellectual Disability.  He and his family would like to find someone who is very patient with him and will make sure that he understands.  The provider needs to be able to wait wait for him to respond as it takes some time for him to answer questions.  They also want to find provider staff that is kind and caring. Staff will need to remind this young man about his personal care, be able to cook for him, assist him to work on daily living skills, and help him with appropriate social skills.  An independent provider must be contracted with Morning Sun Financial for SELF waiver in order to provide services for this individual. If you might be interested in learning more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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11/04/20- Person #178: Voc Hab/ADS Provider Wanted 1-5 days/week for Man with IO Waiver

A Mansfield man in his early 30's is looking for a Voc Hab/Adult Day program.  He has an IO Waiver and would like to attend 1-5 days per week. He has a diagnosis of Traumatic Brain injury, along with diabetes and seizures.  He says he wants a provider that will encourage him to be honest.  He also wants his staff to be patient with him. He enjoys painting, sports, dogs, picnics, dances, and making money. He also wants someone to help him to manage his diabetes. If you might be interested in finding out more information about this individual, please click on the link below.


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11/16/20- Person #180: Female with IO waiver looking for HPC/Transportation, FEMALE Staff Only

We have a 34 year old female looking for an independent provider or agency with female staff only to provide HPC and transportation from 2pm to 6pm every Saturday and Sunday.  She lives in Mansfield and enjoys shopping and doing fun activities in the community.  She may need some assistance to help her maintain her apartment.  She needs assistance with making a grocery list and going grocery shopping.  She is diabetic, so staff should encourage her to make healthy food choices.  She is also diagnosed with a Mild Intellectual Disability and Schizoaffective Disorder.  It is very important that staff will need to be clear and direct with her up front and are able to maintain appropriate boundaries.

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11/16/20- Person #181: Family Needs Respite for 10 yo boy/Youth & Family Funding

Respite services are being requested for a 10 year old Mansfield boy diagnosed with autism for up to 50 hours weekly.  Hours needed are Tuesday-Saturday 1pm-11pm (on school days it may be more like 3pm-11pm) so the parents can work. He enjoys playing with matchbox cars, jumping on the trampoline, swings, being outside etc. He needs someone to do fun things with him that he enjoys. The provider also needs to be able to handle behaviors if they arise.

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11/22/20- Person #182: Level 1 Waiver/HPC and HPC Transportation Needed; MALE Provider Preferred

This individual is a nice young guy in his mid-30's.  He lives in Mansfield with his Mom and has a Level 1 Waiver.  He would like to find a MALE provider for approximately 5 hours per week to go on outings, especially to the movies and out to dinner.  He also needs some help with scheduling and attending his medical appointments.  Nights and weekend hours are preferred with occasional days for medical appointments.  This individual is very creative and enjoys art as well as basketball games and going to COSI.  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."  If you like scary movies, enjoy art, enjoy basketball, and want to hang out with a really nice guy, please click on the link below for more information.

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ON HOLD 10/07/20- Person #170: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver Wants Voc Hab/ADS Provider

A Mansfield man in his mid-40s would like to find a Voc Hab/ADS program to meet his needs.  He would like to have an opportunity to make money but has stated that he doesn't want to work with Pathways or OOD.  He would prefer to work daytime hours.  This man has a diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability and has some physical limitations.
He utilizes a wheelchair for mobility.  He also needs some reminders for hygiene and cleanliness.  If you might be interested in meeting this individual, please click on the link below.

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ON HOLD: 01/06/20- Person #110: Teenage girl w/IO Waiver needs HPC service by FEMALE staff 2 days/wk

A teenage girl with an IO Waiver lives in Mansfield with her family and needs a Homemaker Personal Care Provider.  Hours needed are 2:30 pm to 7 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays. Hours may increase on snow days and in the summer. There may be a need for some weekend hours on occasion. There is no preference as to provider; the family just wants a responsible and caring FEMALE staff.  This young lady has a diagnosis of Spina Bifida, hydrocephalus, VP shunt, Arnold Chiari, and seizures.  HPC services include help with cathing and Malone procedures, and with evening ADLs and bathing. She is a  very sweet, loving girl who is easy to get along with. She is a joy to be around. The family would like the provider to be a patient, caring, and encouraging person.  The provider must be willing to coach and teach her to do as much as possible on her own. The provider should be supportive of this young lady developing her independence. If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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ON HOLD: 01/22/20- Person #114: Male looking for AGENCY Provider for Supported Living 15 hrs/month

A Mansfield man in his early 60's needs a Supported Living provider to assist him with medical appointments, transportation to/from appointments and being in the room with him during his appointments. He also needs someone to help him go through his mail on a regular basis. He is diagnosed with a Traumatic Brain Injury.  He has worked all of his life and lives independently.  He would like to find an Agency Provider (male or female staff) to start working with him as soon as possible.  He would prefer someone who is fun, bubbly, has a good sense of humor, and someone who respects his privacy about his personal business. He enjoys laughing and kidding around.  If you would like more information on this gentleman, please click on the link below.

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ON HOLD: 01/23/20- Person #117: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services for Recreational Activities

This young man is in his early 20's and has a diagnosis of Autism.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and would like to find provider staff to take him to do fun things that he enjoys.  He would like to start as soon as possible.  The hours needed are flexible depending on the activities scheduled. He hopes to find a provider who has patience working with individuals who have Autism.  He has noted that he is a positive person, hard working, and energetic.  He only noted that he does not like to be yelled at and he does not like to hear curse words.  Things he enjoys are playing games on his NES, using his laptop, watching movies and TV, going bowling, and spending time with his dog. If you would like more information on this young man, please click on the link below.

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ON HOLD: 02/24/20- Person #125: Bellville Man w/Level 1 Waiver looking for HPC/HPC Trans. Services

This young man is in his mid-20's and lives in his own apartment in Bellville, which is attached to his parents' house.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking to get out of his home and do some fun things as soon as possible.  His diagnoses include Enterovirus, Encephalitis, Idiopathic Epilepsy, and ADHD.  He describes himself as positive, hardworking and easy to talk to.  He doesn't have a preference for providers, but just wants to find someone who has patience and is nice and easy-going.  Hours needed are flexible.  His likes include collecting bikes and tinkering with them, being outside in nice weather, eating pizza, watching his favorite TV shows, and watching football (Ohio State Buckeyes and Pittsburgh Steelers). If you would be interested in learning more about this individual, please click on the link below.  

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ON HOLD: 02/25/20- Person #29: REVISED- Male Needs IO Waiver HPC Services/INDEPENDENT PROVIDER ONLY

A man in his mid-30's with an IO Waiver is requesting an additional HPC provider staff 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 staff.  If you are interested in finding out more, please click the link below.

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