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02/10/22-Person #312: FEMALE Provider needed for Mansfield Man, Family Resources Funding

The family of a Mansfield man would like to find a FEMALE provider to work with this man on increasing his skills in the areas of grocery shopping and general life skills.  They want to find someone who has a good sense of humor, isn't too serious, and understands this individual's sense of humor.  He enjoys watching movies, building with Legos, and  arts and crafts. Funding will be provided through Family Resources. Any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this person 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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02/15/22- Person #313: Respite Services Needed ASAP for Shelby Boy/Family Resource Funding

A Shelby family is looking for a respite provider for their 3 year old son. Funding is provided through Family Resources. This child has Autism and the family wants to find a patient and kind provider who will enjoy spending time with him.  He is a very sweet child, but also very active and requires constant care and supervision. The parents are asking for some respite hours over the weekend, not continuous childcare. Any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this child through the I Am Boundless Parent-Directed Program.  Experience working with Autism would be helpful. If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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02/25/22- Person #315: Mansfield Woman wants FEMALE Staff for Level 1 HPC Services

A Mansfield woman in her early 30's has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a female staff to provide HPC services. She lives with her family in the downtown area and has a mild intellectual disability. She loves her cats and is very close to her mother. She is very independent but needs help with financial literacy and setting boundaries. She likes to play sports, go shopping and eat out. She has been in Special Olympics and would like to start up again. She works part time and would like to go out when she is not working. She would need someone to provide supports for five hours per week.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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02/28/22- Person #316: State Plan Home Health AGENCY (Female Staff) Needed for Ontario Woman

An Ontario woman in her late 40's is in need of a State Plan Home Health Aide as soon as possible. The State Plan Home Health Aide must be provided by a MEDICARE CERTIFIED AGENCY.  Hours needed are up to 12 hours per week and may vary. The schedule may be flexible, but shifts will be 4 hours or less. This individual is a kind and smart person and has a great sense of humor. She ambulates by using her wheelchair. She would like a FEMALE provider staff who is friendly, is dependable (being on time for the shift), and who can transport her if needed.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/03/22- Person #318: Man with IO Waiver Needs MALE HPC & ADS/Voc Hab Providers

A young man in his early 20's with an IO Waiver is looking for a 24 hour/7 day per week HPC provider, MALE staff only.  He is diagnosed with Autism and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.  This man shows lots of potential to be successful in the right situation. He likes his independence, enjoys video games, and likes working. He is a very social person that enjoys staying busy. He is looking for the right roommate(s) and staff to help him be successful. He would like to find staff that are patient and are good listeners. He also would like to find an ADS/Voc Hab program to attend. If you are an agency provider with male staff available, or an adult day program with male staff available, please click the link below for more information.  

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03/09/22- Person #319: Mansfield Man with New Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider

A young Mansfield man in his early 20's has a new Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a service provider for Homemaker Personal Care. He would like to begin his services on 5/1/22. He is currently in his last year of school and participating in the Project Search program at the hospital. He hopes to be employed by the hospital once he has completed the program. He would like to find a provider for outings and find things to keep him busy once he is finished with school.  He has no preference as to type of provider but wants someone that is patient, consistent, and highly structured. He would also like to find someone who likes plants, bugs, and puzzles. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/09/22- Person #320: 24 hrs/week Respite Needed for 7 yr old Mansfield Boy/YFC Funding

REPOSTED: The family of a seven year old Mansfield boy is looking for a respite provider for 24 hours per week. Hours needed are 4 hours each day after school, and 4 hours over the weekend.  This child is is nonverbal, engages in physical aggression, self-injurious behavior, and engages in elopement. He enjoys drawing, electronics, phones, tablets, music, and instruments. He requires hands-on assistance with dressing and personal care and has to follow a specific diet. 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 on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/15/22- Person #324: Female w/Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider, FEMALE Staff

A young woman in her mid 20's lives in the Mansfield/Ontario area with her family. She is looking for an HPC provider to fill in when her regular provider is unavailable.  A female provider is preferred, but she will interview a male provider. She has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome. Days/hours needed may vary; she and her Mom will discuss what days/times works best for her and for the provider.  She would like to find a provider staff who is friendly, is dependable (being on time for the shift), and who is able to transport her to go on different outings. She is a kind and gentle person and has a great sense of humor. She likes to listen to music, especially Bon Jovi. She also enjoys jewelry and loves fashion. If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/16/22- Person #325: Respite Services Requested As Needed for 10 year old boy

A Mansfield family is looking for a respite provider as needed for their 10 year old son. Funding is provided through the Youth and Family Council.  This boy is very easy going and loves to play games. He loves his family and his church community and he enjoys playing on his tablet. He needs assistance with personal care and he needs to be repositioned in his wheelchair periodically. The family has no preference as to type of provider. Any independent provider who is interested would need to apply to work with this child through the NECIC Parent-Directed process.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/22/22- Person #326: FEMALE staff needed for Supported Living, Medical Appts. Only

A female in her mid 60's lives in assisted living in Ontario and receives Supported Living services to help her schedule and attend medical appointments. Her staff must provide transportation and assist her if needed during appointments. She also requests that her provider get appointment summaries from medical offices and forward these to Newhope SSA and to her assisted living staff. Hours will vary depending on medical appointments. This individual takes her time getting ready and will need reminders to stay on track so she gets to her appointments on time. She would like to work with a FEMALE provider staff who is patient, kind, gentle, and understanding. She also says she would like to have a safe driver. Independent Providers who are interested in working with her will need to apply to work with her through the NECIC process. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/05/22- Person #329: Mansfield Woman with IO Waiver wants FEMALE HPC Provider for Activities

A Mansfield woman in her early 40's with an IO Waiver is looking for an HPC provider (FEMALE) for recreational activities and outings. She does best working with people who have a positive attitude and can set boundaries/structure and maintain consistency and routines. She needs someone who is a good listener and is able to give her undivided attention. She is witty, has a great sense of humor and likes being busy. Activities of choice include going to the movies, shopping, listening to music, and going out to eat. Recreation hours are limited to around 5 hours per week.  If you want more information, please click on the link below.

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04/12/22- Person #333: Mansfield Woman wants Level 1 HPC and Payee Services

A Mansfield woman in her early 30's is looking for a Level 1 HPC Provider who is willing to become her payee. She is very independent and wants to understand her money situation so she can eventually move into her own apartment. She is looking for an agency or independent provider to work with her approximately 5 hours per week. She has requested a staff person who will sit down with her and explain her money situation and help her understand budgeting. She also needs someone to take her to medical appointments, to the grocery store, and shopping. She would like to find a provider with good listening skills who is not too pushy.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/13/22- Person #334: FEMALE HPC Provider wanted for Mansfield Woman/Level 1 Waiver

A woman in her late 30's lives in the downtown Mansfield area and is seeking a FEMALE Level 1 HPC provider as soon as possible. She wants a variation of hours and days and will determine the schedule with the provider she selects. She states that she is a nice person and likes to keep busy. She would like a provider who is friendly, dependable (being on time for the shift), and who is able to transport her to go on different activities in the community. She enjoys being with her family, working and making money, going shopping, and eating out. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/13/22- Person #335: NMT Needed for Bellville Teen to Lex Ave Kroger/FEMALE Provider Preferred

A Bellville area teen with an IO Waiver is in need of Non-Medical Transportation to Kroger on Lexington Avenue and back home. A provider is needed as soon as possible. The hours vary right now, but Kroger is working on trying to get a set schedule. The individual usually starts work after school at 4:00pm and ends her shift at 8:00pm. She is requesting a FEMALE provider as she is more comfortable around women. If you may be able to provide NMT to this individual after school, please click on the link below for more information.

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04/15/22- Person #336: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver wants HPC Provider, FEMALE Preferred

A man in his late 40's lives on the south side of Mansfield and is looking for a Level 1 HPC provider approximately 5 hours per week (Sunday, Monday or Tuesday). His preference would be to have a FEMALE provider and have services mid-morning on Mondays. He has Autism and a Moderate Intellectual Disability and would like to find a provider as soon as possible. He enjoys scary movies, Halloween, and video games. He is interested in volunteering at Raemelton and going out in the community, including Special Olympics. He would also like assistance with managing the amount of money he receives every week. He wants to find a provider who has patience and understanding. If you might be interested in this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/21/22- Person #337- Skilled Nursing Services Needed for Medically Fragile Child in Home

The family of a 3 year old boy is looking for Skilled Nursing services for their medically fragile son. The funding source is straight Medicaid, so the nurse or nursing agency would not need to be DODD certified. He is a happy, smiling child who likes to play with his toys and will watch shows with interest. He likes Disney movies with music and loves activities with music and lights. He has a Tracheostomy and is tube fed. The family is requesting 1-120 skilled nursing hours per week and needs assistance as soon as possible. If you are interested in more information on this child, please click on the link below.

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04/25/22- Person #338: Mansfield Man with Level 1 Waiver Needs HPC Provider

A Mansfield man in his late 40's is looking for a Homemaker Personal Care provider. He is legally blind and has a Mild Intellectual Disability.  He would like to get out on the weekends for social activities. He enjoys country music WVNO, listening to Cincinnati Reds games, drinking coffee and tea, and playing with fidget spinners and gyroscopes. Once he gets to know his provider, he may want help getting established with medical providers and attending appointments. Hours needed are weekends or the occasional doctor appointment during the week. He is a very kind and caring man who has a great sense of humor. He lives with his family and cares deeply for their well-being. He is fun to talk with and spend time with. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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04/26/22- Person #339: AGENCY Provider Needed to Provide 24 Hour HPC for Woman w/IO Waiver

This female in her early 30s has an IO Waiver and lives in her own home in Mansfield. She is requesting an AGENCY provider for HPC, HPC Transportation, and On Site On Call/overnight hours beginning May 17, 2022. She would prefer FEMALE staff to provide services and assist with personal care, medication administration, medical appointments, payee services, etc. She will need staff in the home also for supervision and health and safety. She lives alone and has no roommates and requires 24/7 support. She does attend an adult day program several days per week. This individual does not like having her personal space invaded and being bossed around. She has a great sense of humor, is fun to be around, and is kind. Her staff must be firm, consistent, caring and patient. If you are an agency provider who is interested in meeting this individual for an interview, please click on the link below.

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04/28/22- Person #340: Mansfield Woman wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A young woman in her mid-20's lives in Mansfield and wants a Level 1 HPC provider for 5 hours per week. She would like someone who can take her on outings to help her be more social and make new friends. She has a diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability and Down Syndrome. She has no preference as to type of provider. In her free time she enjoys listening to music, playing basketball, going on the bike trail, and spending time with her family. She is described as being happy, positive and personable. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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05/02/22 - Person #342: Shelby Teen Needs Additional Level 1 HPC Provider

A young man in his early twenties currently attends Shelby High School and is looking for an additional HPC provider to pick up some hours that his other provider is unable to do. He wants staff to take him on outings and teach him some skills while he is at home. The hours/days may vary based on the family's schedule. He likes to stay busy at home by taking pictures, watching Highway to Hell (truck show on weather channel), throwing the ball to his dog, playing baseball, playing with his trucks, and using his iPad.  This individual is looking for a provider who is friendly, helpful, encouraging, patient, and dependable (being on time). If you want more information, please click on the link below.

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05/05/22- Person #343: Mansfield Woman wants Level 1 HPC Provider/Payee

A Mansfield woman in her late 30's is looking for a Homemaker Personal Care provider who would become her payee. She needs 1-5 hours of services per week and has no preference as to type of provider. She is interested in learning about budgeting her own money. She wants her provider to take her to medical appointments and to the grocery store. She is also looking for a provider who will encourage her to walk, eat healthy, and feel better.  As the weather gets nicer, she may want to go to the bike trail for weekly walks. She enjoys her family, her dog, playing card games, and making others laugh. If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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05/05/22- Person #344: Mansfield Woman wants Level 1 HPC Provider

A Mansfield woman in her mid-30's is looking for a Level 1 HPC provider for up to 5 hours per week. She has a mild intellectual disability, lives in her own apartment, and wants to be more socially active. She is currently is going through a hard time. She works a lot and doesn’t do much besides work. She wants a provider who will be a great support in her life. She would like staff to take her to counseling appointments and encourage her to find new things to do outside her home. She lives alone and is very independent. She has no preference as to type of provider except to say she wants "someone who is not too young."  If you want more information on this person, please click on the link below.

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05/05/22- Person #345: Mansfield Woman with IO Waiver Needs 20 hrs HPC Services per Week

A young woman in her mid 20's with an IO Waiver is looking for a young FEMALE HPC provider who is a non-smoker. The provider must be Med 1 Certified to give medications if her Mom is not available. Services they are requesting include assisting the individual with cutting up her food at meals, assisting with other personal care needs such as drinking, bathing, toileting, keeping her safe, and taking her places in the community. She lives on the south side of Mansfield with family and is requesting a total of 20 hours per week (5 hours/day for 4 days/week). She enjoys listening to music, going to the library, and to movies. She is very friendly, sweet and enjoyable to work with. If you might be interested in working with this individual, please click on the link below.

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05/13/22- Persons #346: Agency Provider Needed for IO Waiver Home in Ontario Area (24/7)

Three ladies who live in the Ontario area are looking for a new Agency HPC IO Waiver provider for their home effective July 10, 2022. Services are needed in the home 24/7. The first lady is in her early 60s and has a mild intellectual disability. She enjoys going shopping, out to eat, and other fun places. She does need some assistance to help her follow a healthy diabetic diet. The second lady is in her mid-60s and has an intellectual disability along with a few other health concerns. She enjoys going shopping, going to the zoo, yard sales, music, and playing games. She wants her provider to be reliable, kind and caring. The third lady is in her mid-40s and has a moderate intellectual disability. She enjoys cooking, baking, playing Uno, listening to music, jewelry, and animals. She loves to go out and do fun things in the community. All of these ladies want female staff to work with them. If you might be interested in supporting the women in this household, please click on the link below.

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05/16/22- Persons #347: Agency Provider Needed for IO Waiver Home in Mansfield (24/7)

Two gentlemen who live in Mansfield are looking for a new Agency HPC IO Waiver provider for their home effective July 2022. Services are needed in the home 24/7. The first man is in his late 40s and is a kind and gentle person with a great sense of humor. Due to his diagnosis, he speaks slowly and with difficulty. He gets around by using his wheelchair and he needs assistance in mobilizing and guiding it. He also will need assistance to eat, i.e. help getting food to his mouth. He enjoys watching movies, his fire trucks, and doing things in the community. He does attend a day program. The second man is in his late 60s and is described as stylish, caring, kind, helpful, considerate, and has a good sense of humor. He enjoys listening to music, wearing necklaces and rings, Cleveland sports teams, and going out and doing things he enjoys in the community. He needs some assistance with his diet, and also with mobility on uneven surfaces. He also attends an adult day program. If you might be interested in interviewing with these gentlemen, please click on the link below.

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05/17/22- Person #348: Mansfield Man with IO Waiver wants Community ADS

A Mansfield man in his early 20's with an IO Waiver is in search of a Community Adult Day Support provider. He has recently moved back to Richland County and would like to attend activities and outings with others to help make friends. His diagnoses include ADHD-Combined Type and Mild Intellectual Disability. He enjoys working out, watching wrestling and police shows, taking walks, basketball, and music. Others say he can be very helpful, loving and caring, and he has a friendly personality. He states he wants to work with someone who is firm, who is a good listener, who is nice, talks in a calm voice, and will hold him accountable. If you want more information on 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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07/28/21- 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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07/30/21- 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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11/15/21- Person #289: IO Waiver NURSE Needed for Teen in Mansfield Area, Daytime Hours

A young man who lives in the Mansfield/Madison area and has an IO Waiver is looking for a NURSING provider. He has CP and needs a nurse for approximately 50-60 hours per week.  These hours could fluctuate because he does receive up to 112 hours per week which are split between multiple nurses/providers. Hours are typically daytime hours, usually from 8am-6pm.  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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ON HOLD: 03/15/22- Person #323: Mansfield Woman wants Level 1 HPC Provider/FEMALE staff/PAYEE

ON HOLD: A woman in her mid-30's who lives in Mansfield has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a FEMALE staff to assist her with PAYEE services as well as some HPC hours and HPC transportation. She would like to find someone for approximately 5 hours per week, evenings and weekends. She lives with her husband and is very independent and very pleasant to work with. She has stated that she wants someone who will take her grocery shopping and to do activities she enjoys. It is very important to her to have a staff person who enjoys going on outings (dances, parties, Walmart, restaurants) and she prefers someone who has a flexible schedule. She is also looking for a new payee. If you might be interested in providing services to this individual, please click on the link below.

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PROVIDER PENDING: 03/10/22- Person #321: Young Shelby Man Needs Level 1 HPC Provider

PROVIDER PENDING: A Shelby man in his mid-20s is looking for an HPC provider approximately 5 hours a week. He is laid back and wants to get out in the community more and meet people.  He is looking for someone who knows the area and is fun to be with.  He would also like to learn how to cook. He is looking for staff who who have a good sense of humor and are easy to talk to. He enjoys music, reading, writing, and video games. Please click below for more information.

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PROVIDER PENDING: 03/30/22- Person #328: Mansfield Woman w/IO Waiver wants HPC/OSOC, FEMALE staff

PROVIDER PENDING: The family of a Mansfield woman in her early 40's is looking for Homemaker Personal Care staff (FEMALE only) in HER home, and also OSOC staff for overnight hours. Hours needed are a mix of 3:00 pm-9:00 pm shifts and some 9:00 pm-8:00 am (On-Site/On-Call) overnight shifts.  This individual has a diagnosis of profound developmental disability along with Cerebral Palsy and a seizure disorder. She needs total care for all of her personal care and mobility needs, as well as staff who can keep her living area clean. She enjoys sensory interaction. Staff must be dependable, attentive, competent and reliable with an excellent work ethic. Staff should also be caring and gentle. This family prefers to work with NON-SMOKERS. Staff working with her must be Medication Certified as well to be able to administer her medications. She does not like people who are loud and make a lot of noise, and she cannot be distracted while eating. If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.
   

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PROVIDER PENDING: 04/28/22- Persons #341: Mansfield couple with Level 1 Waivers need HPC Provider

PROVIDER PENDING: A married couple who live in the downtown Mansfield area each have a Level 1 Waiver and would like to find a Homemaker Personal Care (HPC) provider. They would like their provider to assist them with housework approximately 5 hours per week and take them shopping and on community outings approximately 5 hours per week. They need assistance with keeping their house clean and with shopping. They also need reminders for cleanliness and hygiene. If you want more information on these two individuals, please click on the link below.

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

PROVIDER PENDING: 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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PROVIDER PENDING: 11/29/21- Person #291: Respite Services Requested As Needed for 13 year old boy

PROVIDER PENDING: A Mansfield family is looking for a respite provider for their 13 year old grandson. Funding is provided through the Youth and Family Council.  He lives with his grandparents and they would like an occasional evening out together. This boy is very friendly, funny, outspoken and a confident teenager. He loves to talk and is a great conversationalist! He is always smiling and has a positive attitude. He would love to get out and do fun things. He uses a walker for short distances and a wheelchair if he needs to do much walking, so whoever works with him would need to be able to transport his chair. He can transfer into the vehicle seat with assistance as long as the vehicle is not too high. 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 on this individual, please click on the link below.

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