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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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02/17/21 REVISED PROFILE- Persons #173: Provider Needed for HPC for Sisters with IO Waivers

PROFILE REVISED 2/17/21- Two teenage girls who live in Mansfield with family are looking for a provider for IO Waiver HPC services in the family home.  Hours needed for HPC are 5:15 a.m. to 7:15 a.m. each school day to help with showers, dressing, and getting ready for school.  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.  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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02/22/21- Person #209: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his late 30's is looking for a new Level 1 HPC Provider.  He has no preference as to type of provider; he just wants someone who is friendly and patient.  His diagnoses include Mild Intellectual Disability, Depression and ADHD.  He is looking for approximately 5 hours per week of services and needs someone who can take him to his medical appointments.  He enjoys wrestling, playing pool, playing games, watching movies, listening to music and spending time with family.  If you might like to have more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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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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02/26/21- Person #211: HPC Provider Needed for Man with Level 1 Waiver

A Mansfield man in his late 20's lives with his family and is in search of an HPC provider.  Hours needed are 3 to 3.5 hours, three days a week while Mom is working.  His diagnoses include Moderate Intellectual Disability and Charcot-Marie Tooth Syndrome.  The family wants a mix of community outings and some in-home services. This individual loves to go to the Y and play basketball and sit in the hot tub.  He loves any activities involving music and dancing.  He needs help with prompting for showering.  His outcome is to become more independent. There is no preference as to type of provider, the family just wants someone who is consistent and shows up on time.  If you want 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 #213: Weekly Respite Services Needed for 5-Year Old Girl/Family Resources Funding

The family of a five year old girl living in Mansfield is looking for a respite provider weekly.  They would like someone to come in and care for/entertain this child and her younger brother while they are out of the home. Hours needed are four (4) hours per week.  Funding comes through Family Resources/Family Support Services for the 5-year old, and the family is willing to pay out of pocket costs for care of the younger child. The family would like to find a provider to start as soon as possible. This child is a 5 year old girl that enjoys listening to music, watching/listening to the TV, playing with her stuffed animals and playing with her cats. She is partially potty-trained, but will need assistance with changing diapers when needed. Her younger brother is three years old and is in the process of being tested for Autism. The family will pay out of pocket for care for the younger brother.  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.  If you would like more information, 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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03/10/21- Person #217: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver Needs HPC Provider

A Mansfield Man in his late 50's is looking for a new provider of HPC services, which includes taking him to doctor appointments and grocery shopping. He may also want payee services if offered by the provider he chooses.  He has a Level 1 Waiver, lives on his own, and wants 5 hours of services per week.  He has a Mild Intellectual Disability and would prefer a male staff if possible.  However, he will work with a female provider. He is a friendly man who needs assistance to attend doctor’s appointments and go grocery shopping. His current provider will stay on as payee unless these services are offered by the new provider. He works at RNI two days per week.  If you might be interested in more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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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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03/17/21- Person #224: Mansfield Woman with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Services

A Mansfield woman in her late 50's has a Level 1 Waiver and would like to have 5 hours of HPC services per week as soon as possible.  She has no preference as to type of provider.  She wants HPC services to include going shopping, out to eat, routine medical appointments, and recreational activities. This individual is a friendly woman who recently retired from working at RNI. She lives on her own and would like someone to take her out weekly to go shopping, out to eat, and to do fun things. She may need assistance to attend routine medical appointments if her sister isn’t available. She loves gardening, fishing, and spending time with her grandkids. If you might be interested in working with this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/17/21- Person #225: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Services

A young man in his late teens recently moved into his own apartment.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and wants to find a provider for HPC services, 1-5 hours per week.  His primary diagnosis is Moderate Intellectual Disability.  He is described as a laid-back guy who is easy to talk to. Since he moved into his own apartment, he would like supports within his home to learn independent living skills. He would also like to get out of his apartment and go do fun things in the community.  He enjoys basketball, watching movies, playing Minecraft, hanging out with friends, among other things. He has no preference as to type of provider, but would like his staff to be patient, pleasant, soft-spoken, and encouraging.  If you might be interested in finding out more about this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/18/21- Person #227: Ontario Man Wants HPC Provider/Level 1 Waiver- Male Staff Preferred

A man in his early 20's lives in Ontario and has a new Level 1 Waiver.  He is searching for an HPC provider for 1-5 hours per week with preferably MALE staff. He likes to go out driving around, likes to be around people, likes to shop for clothes, loves to go out shopping for personal items like shampoo, likes to go out to eat (spaghetti, pizza, or hamburgers) and wants to learn how to independently shop for himself. He would prefer for his provider staff to be able to guide him up and down stairs, be able to help him with going to the restroom if needed, be patient, and be nice. He has indicated he is more comfortable with male staff because he may need monitored while using the restroom. However, he stated he will consider female staff. If you would like more information on this man, please click on the link below.

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03/26/21- Person #145: Reposted- Level 1 HPC and Non-Medical Transportation Needed

A Mansfield man in his mid-50's is looking for an HPC Provider and is also looking for Non-Medical Transportation to his community job.  He has a Level 1 Waiver.  He enjoys NASCAR and is a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Georgia Bulldogs.  He also likes going shopping and being outside.  He doesn't like doing household chores.  He lives with his family and his primary diagnosis is brain damage of an unknown nature resulting in developmental delays.  He has no preference as to type of provider but wants to find someone who is nice, caring, and tech savvy.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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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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03/30/21- Person #232: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his early 20's has a new Level 1 Waiver and is looking for an HPC Provider to work with him starting on 5/1/21.  He wants services for five hours per week.  He has stated he wants a provider that is kind, patient and creative; someone who enjoys video games; and who likes Manga/Anime and graphic design. He is moving into his first apartment and will need independent living skills coaching and support, and creativity in finding activities to participate in that interest him, and encourage community involvement.  He is very close to his family and has a dry sense of humor.  He also loves to be around cats and dogs.  If you might like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/01/21- Person #233: Level 1 HPC Services Needed in Ontario for Young Woman

A young woman in her late teens has a Level 1 Waiver and wants to find a provider of HPC services for 5 hours per week.  She enjoys going shopping, going to the movies, going bowling, and taking walks at Malabar farm.  She is described as an optimistic young lady who would like to go on outings and have fun.  She has not indicated a preference as to type of provider, but she does want to find a provider who understands mental health issues.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/05/21- Person #234: Man with IO Waiver Needs AGENCY Provider for 24/7 HPC Services

This individual is in his late 50's and is in need of IO waiver 24/7 in-home HPC services by an AGENCY provider. He requires assistance with household management, bathing, toileting, and sometimes feeding. He will need assistance to attend appointments and manage his health. He will need to find a new provider ASAP, although the time frame will depend on him finding his own apartment. He has a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy and Moderate Intellectual Disability.  He needs staff to help him manage his behaviors (yelling, cussing, some aggression). The team feels a 1:1 setting may work better with him and this may result in a decrease in behaviors. Also, his mobility has declined from using a rear-wheeled walker to using a wheelchair. We are hopeful some skills may return when he is set up in a home on his own. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/08/21- Person #235: Mansfield Man wants Level 1 HPC Services

A man in his late 20's lives in Mansfield and would like to find an HPC provider 5 hours per week beginning in May.  He is diagnosed with a mild intellectual disability and would like help with grocery shopping and finding things to do in the community. He has said he will need a provider who is patient and who is willing to break steps down for him and to give him clear expectations. He enjoys cars, fishing, football, camping, hanging out with friends and with his girlfriend, Facebook, and his dog.  He has no preference as to type of provider.  If you would like more information on 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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04/21/21- Person #238: IO Waiver Female wants FEMALE STAFF for HPC/HPC Transportation

We have a female in her mid-30s looking for an independent provider OR agency provider with FEMALE staff only to provide HPC and HPC transportation.  Drop-in services are needed for doctor appointments and also for shopping on the weekends. 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 is diagnosed with a Mild Intellectual Disability and Schizoaffective Disorder.  It is very important that staff be clear and direct with her up front, and are able to maintain appropriate boundaries. She is a very caring person and is looking for the right provider staff to work with her.  If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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04/21/21- Person #239: Mansfield Woman with SELF Waiver wants 10 hours PD-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 PD-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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04/23/21- Person #241: Mansfield Man with IO Waiver wants HPC Services, FEMALE Staff Preferred

A Mansfield man in his 40’s is looking for a new IO Waiver HPC provider (FEMALE staff).  He would like for his provider to take him to karate class, shopping, and out to eat.  He would like to find someone as soon as possible. His karate class is on Wednesday evenings, so that would be the usual day of the week for his services, although he may want more hours.  He has high anxiety, especially when it comes to going to new places, open spaces like parking lots, and meeting new people. He is very laid back but it may take him some time to warm up to a new provider and feel comfortable around them.  If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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04/23/21- Person #242: Mansfield Woman Needs Level 1 HPC Provider

A Mansfield woman in her early 30's lives alone and is looking for a Level 1 HPC Provider starting in July. She is requesting five hours of services per week and has no preference as to type of provider.  She has a diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability and wants to find someone to help her cook, take her to appointments and to the grocery store, and do some recreational activities with her.  She likes to sing and dance and music is her life!  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/27/21- Person #243: Mansfield Woman Wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A Mansfield woman in her mid-40's is looking for a Level 1 HPC provider to take her out shopping and take her to restaurants.  She is very independent and would like 5 hours per week of services. She hopes to find a provider who is nice, patient, and will take her places she likes to go such as Wal-Mart, the game store (video games) and out to eat.  She would like to work with someone who gives her time to search for the correct word(s) she wants to say. In her free time she enjoys reading, listening to music, watching TV, and playing video games. She has no preference as to type of provider.  If you might be interested in working with this person, please click on the link below.  

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04/29/21- Person #244: Mansfield Man wants MALE Level 1 HPC Provider

A man in his mid-20's who lives in Mansfield is in search of a new Level 1 HPC provider for approximately 5 hours per week.  He would like to have more involvement in community activities with the provider and other individuals. He would like to find someone to go to the gym with, to go hiking, camping, to Cedar Point, Kalahari, go to rock concerts, and go out to eat. He would prefer a MALE provider staff (independent or agency), if possible. He has a diagnosis of Autism and likes to have structure and routine.  If you think you might be interested in possibly supporting this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/30/21- Person #245: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver Needs HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his early 30's has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a provider.  He is a person with a Mild Intellectual Disability and Cerebral Palsy.  He is looking for an HPC provider for approximately 5 hours per week, and he wants to do some fun evening and weekend recreation activities.  He wants a provider that is patient and willing to explain the steps necessary to complete a task.  He has stated no preference as to agency or independent provider.  He really enjoys food and playing his PS4. He likes guitars, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Indians, and spending time with his friends. If you want more information on this individual, 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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05/14/21- Person #249: Man with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his late teens has received a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a provider of HPC and HPC Transportation.  He lives with family and has no preference as to type of provider.  This young man has Autism and wants a provider to take him out and do activities he enjoys.  He likes to eat, loves all kinds of music, enjoys dancing, playing with toys that have sound, playing games on the phone, and playing Xbox. He does not like scary movies and does not like to be around people with bad attitudes.  His family would like for him to work on being more independent in the community (crossing streets) and to work on his interactions with others.  If you might like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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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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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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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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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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PROVIDER PENDING: 03/15/21- Person #218: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Needed in Ontario

PROVIDER PENDING: A young woman in her early 20's has a new Level 1 Waiver and would like HPC services for 5 hours per week.  She is looking for a provider who will be kind, supportive, and patient with her. She wants someone to help her understand things that may confuse her. She is working on becoming more independent; she is learning how to go grocery shopping and do meal preparation. She also wants to keep working on building positive relationships.  She enjoys singing, dancing, reading, and doing things with friends (group activities). She also has a strong faith. She has a primary diagnosis of ADHD and she has no preference as to type of provider.  If you might be interested in interviewing with this individual and her family, please click on the link below.

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PROVIDER PENDING: 03/26/21- Person #228: Lexington Man w/IO Waiver Needs HPC/Occasional eves/wkds

PROVIDER PENDING; A young man in his mid-30's lives with his family in Lexington.  He has an IO Waiver and is looking for HPC staff that are able to care for him and meet his needs.  The family would like someone to provide care for occasional evenings and possibly a few long weekends each year.  They would like someone who is caring, enjoyable to be around, and will take him good care of him. He enjoys it when staff play cards with him. He loves to play cards, listen to music, look through magazines, play on his iPad, kick a soccer ball, swim, and many other things. He also enjoys helping with carrying the laundry, sweeping the floor, unloading the dishwasher and putting groceries away. He always wears a baseball hat. He is a joy to be around and has a great smile. He loves to joke around and have fun. He is easy going and typically likes to do what others are doing.  The provider should be comfortable with providing some assistance with personal care.  If you want more information on this man, please click on the link below.

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