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01/06/20- Person #110: Teenage girl w/IO Waiver needs HPC services by FEMALE staff two days/week

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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01/22/20- Person #114: Male looking for AGENCY Provider for Supported Living Services 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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01/22/20- Person #115: FEMALE Provider Needed for Teen in Home 15 hours/week/Funding through YFC

A young lady in her early teens with a diagnosis of Autism lives with her family in Mansfield and is looking for a FEMALE provider to do some in-home/community care.  They would like someone to work 15 hours a week, primarily late afternoons/evenings, typically Monday, Tuesday, Friday afternoons; and Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday evenings.  These days and times may fluctuate based on medical needs. Funding is provided through the Youth & Family Council. The provider would need to assist this individual with developing independent skills when out in the community.  She would also need assistance with establishing an evening bath/bedtime routine.  The provider would need to be highly cognizant of behavior management techniques, visual picture-exchange communication systems and a feeding plan. This individual enjoys animals, outdoor activities, wall climbing competitions, music, and watching environmental documentaries. She has some sensory issues and needs to be watched closely so she doesn't wander off. She is extremely bright and engaging, as well as being very caring, adventurous, open and honest, and very well spoken.  If you might like to work with this individual, please click on the link below.

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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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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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01/28/20- Person #118: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services Needed

A Mansfield man in his late 20's has a Level 1 Waiver and would like to find a provider to work with him about 5 hours per week.  He is asking for HPC services in his home, as well as going on some recreational activities out of the home.  He particularly wants to work on learning valuable skills within the home. His diagnoses include Autism and Depression.   He is a big sports fan and loves the Philadelphia Eagles.  He also enjoys collecting sports cards, going to antique shows, music, and eating at Red Lobster.  He would like his provider to be kind, caring, patient and flexible.  He also prefers to work with someone who has some experience with mental health issues.  He has no preference as to type of provider.  If you would like to learn more about this young man, please click on the link below.

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01/29/20- Person #112:REVISED to add ADS Service/Level 1 HPC/HPC Trans. MALE HPC Provider Preferred

REVISED 1/29/20: This individual is also looking for a local Adult Day Support program to attend up to 5 days per week. Interested adult day providers should click on the link below to start the process of scheduling a tour with this young man.

A young man in his early 20s lives with his family in the Mansfield area, Madison Schools.  He and his family are looking for a MALE provider to working with him approximately 5 hours per week (days are flexible) after 12:30 pm.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and would like to begin his services in early March.  He has a diagnosis of Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS and Seizures.  He would like to do community activities that he enjoys, and learn some life skills (money and social skills, how to purchase items).  This young man has a fun personality. He enjoys bowling, watching movies and going to the airport. He also likes buses and cars (knowledgeable). He and his family are looking for someone who is consistent and who can exhibit respectful sternness.  The staff should have good communication skills, being clear and concise.  They would also like a provider who is creative, fun, and easy-going. If you might be interested in learning more about this young man, please click on the link below.

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02/03/20- Person #119:IO Waiver Female wants FEMALE Independent Provider for HPC/HPC Transportation

A Mansfield woman in her mid-30's is seeking a FEMALE INDEPENDENT Provider to provide HPC and HPC Transportation services.  She has an IO Waiver and would need services Monday through Friday from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  She wants to find somebody reliable who will show up every day.  She enjoys shopping and doing fun activities in the community.  She may need some assistance to help her maintain her apartment. She needs assistance with going grocery shopping.  She also enjoys going to the movies, doing arts and crafts, and looking nice. 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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02/03/20- Person #120: Mansfield Female with IO Waiver looking for Shared Living Provider

This individual has expressed interest in living with a family.  She is in her 30's, currently lives in Mansfield, and has an IO Waiver.  She has indicated that she would like to find a shared living provider where she could become a part of someone's family.  She has a diagnosis that includes a Mild Intellectual Disability.  She gets along better with females than males and she enjoys going out and doing fun things in the community.  She really enjoys being involved in Special Olympics and she loves the OSU Buckeyes among other sports teams. She has a very giving and helpful personality and wants to find the right provider/family match.  If you want more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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02/04/20- Person #121: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Provider Needed

A young man with Down Syndrome lives in the Shelby/Ontario area and is looking for an HPC provider.  He has a Level 1 Waiver and would like HPC services as soon as possible.  He would like someone to assist him for up to five hours per week and isn't available until after 2:00 pm for his services.  He is nonverbal but easy-going and fun to be around. He works well with someone that has patience.  He enjoys music, watching TV, and going out to eat. He also likes to cook and to go swimming. In the winter time, he loves to ski. He is hoping to find a provider to assist him in doing these things. He has no preference as to type of provider.  If you would like more information on this young man, please click on the link below.

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02/18/20- Persons #123: Two Men w/IO Waivers Looking for 24/7 AGENCY HPC Provider in Mansfield

The first 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.  

The second individual is a Mansfield man in his early 30's who is diagnosed with a mild intellectual disability, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and ADHD.  He enjoys going to Boy Scout meetings, church, outings in the community, shopping, bowling, and he loves trains.  Services needed are HPC transportation, Medication Administration, going to medical appointments., representative payee ship, maintaining JFS and Social Security benefits, help with household chores, meal planning & preparation, prompts to complete personal care, and supervision in the home and community. He likes to have fun and talk to his staff. He would like a provider that can help him with the above-mentioned services.  He would like a provider that can help him plan train trips and other fun activities.  The team would like a provider that is able to redirect and de-escalate behaviors that he may display.

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02/24/20- Person #125: Bellville Man with Level 1 Waiver looking for HPC/HPC Transportation 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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02/24/20- 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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02/25/20- Person #116: Level 1 REVISED PROFILE- Needs MONEY MANAGEMENT Only

This young man is in his mid-20's and lives in Mansfield.  He has a Mild Disability and is requesting someone to provide MONEY MANAGEMENT services through his Level 1 Waiver.  He has no preference as to type of provider other than he would like to work with someone who can be flexible with his work schedule. He would also like to find someone he can trust who has good record keeping skills, is able to manage money, and can help him to manage his Social Security benefit.  It is important to him to get his bills all paid on time. If you would like more information on this young man, please click on the link below.

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02/25/20- Person #127: REVISED- Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation needed in Shelby; FEMALE Staff Only

A nineteen 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 Sunday evenings either 3:00- 8:00 pm; 4:00-9:00 pm; or 5:00-10:00 pm.  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.  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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02/25/20- Person #29: REVISED- Male Needs IO Waiver HPC Services/will consider Agency or Independent

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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03/03/20- Person #128: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services Needed; Flexible Hours

A young woman in her mid-30's lives on her own in Mansfield and is looking for a Level 1 HPC Provider for 1-5 hours/week.  She wants to find someone as soon as possible to go shopping, out to eat, to the movies, etc.  She would like to find a provider who is not overbearing. Some weeks she may not want to use her services and that has to be OK with the provider. She would like her provider to be a little flexible.  She is also looking for someone who communicates well, is easy-going, and fun to be around. This individual is independent, hard-working, and easy to talk to.  She has a diagnosis of a mild intellectual disability and major depressive disorder.  She wants to find a provider she can trust and she would like to be able to start her services soon.  If you would like more information on this individual, please click on the link below.

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03/09/20- Person #129: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation Services Needed when family is away

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, and would be willing to work at communication. 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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03/09/20- Person #130: Level 1 HPC/HPC Transportation needed in Ontario

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 and she would like to begin services on 5/1/20.  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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03/20/19- Person #40 IO Waiver Nursing Services

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

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

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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08/22/19- Person #56: REPOSTED Level 1 HPC Waiver Services

A man in his early 30's lives in Mansfield in the area of Clearfork Reservoir.  He has a new Level 1 Waiver and would like to find a provider to do HPC Services with him in his home.  He is described as easy-going and happy most of the time.  He really enjoys having magazines, especially car and real estate magazines.  He likes to look at realtor.com on his tablet.  He also likes to go bowling and enjoys The Lion King and Cars movies.  He likes to be in a swimming pool and always wears a life jacket.  His family has no preference as to type of provider; they just want to find someone who is reliable and responsible.  His family would prefer staff to work late afternoon or evening with him but can be flexible with the hours.  He will receive about 5 hours a week of HPC services.  He is mostly nonverbal but can communicate well using facial expressions and can nod to indicate agreement.  If you would like to find out more about this nice young man, please click on the link below.


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10/15/19- Person #94; REPOSTED IO Waiver HPC, Wants Female Independent Provider 22 hrs/week

A sweet lady in her early 50's lives in the Ontario area with her parents.  She has an IO Waiver and her family wants a female provider to work with her on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and on Thursdays from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.  The family would prefer an independent provider, but may consider the right agency provider.  This lady enjoys being with her family and staff, being outside in nice weather, listening to music and watching TV, traveling with her family (she has been to the ocean and to Disney), and she enjoys sitting in the sun room and seeing the squirrels outside. She is very pleasant to work with, as are her parents.  She needs her staff to provide assistance with her personal care and with very light cleaning. The family would like a caring and reliable independent provider who is a FEMALE and who is a NON-SMOKER. If you would like to find out more information about his individual, please click on the link below.

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11/12/19- Person #99 Female w/Level 1 Waiver needs HPC Services-Prefers FEMALE INDEPENDENT provider

A Mansfield female in her mid-40's has a Level 1 Waiver and is looking for a provider of HPC services approximately 5 hours per week.  She wants to find a FEMALE INDEPENDENT provider to help her with the drivers license process, take her to some medical appointments, and do some fun things in the community with her.  She would like services to begin 12/1/19 or after.  She is looking for a female provider who is kind, outgoing, personable, patient and who could be a friend to her.  This individual enjoys riding her bike, walking, and gambling (tickets).  She is outgoing and very social and just wants to be involved in her community.  If you might be interested in meeting this individual, please click on the link below.

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11/26/19- Persons #102: PENDING CLOSURE- Men w/IO Waivers Looking for AGENCY HPC Provider Mansfield

The first individual is a man in his mid-40's who has a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy and a profound developmental delay.  This individual is non-verbal.  He requires some assistance with ambulation, especially for long distances, but can transfer and bear weight.  He will need staff to occasionally transport him to visit his family in the Mansfield area. He is looking for an AGENCY provider for HPC Services to be shared with another individual.  The home would be a 24-hr site but staff may sleep while the individuals sleep.  Staff need to assist this man with personal care, meal preparation, housekeeping, and managing his money,

The second individual is a man in his late 20's who has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome and Atlanto-axial instability.  He needs to have staff in his home when he is present up to 24 hours a day.  He needs assistance to prep all of his meals, to help keep his home clean, to help him with personal care such as showering, nail care, hair care, and some help with occasional incidents of incontinence. He sometimes needs to be redirected when he starts swearing, making appropriate comments, or making verbal threats,  He enjoys watching movies in his room.  He also enjoys swimming at the Mansfield Y.  He likes going to RNI Inc. and is doing well.  

The teams of both men are working together to develop a site for these two men to live together.  If you are an agency provider and would be interested in learning more, please click on the link below.

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11/27/19- Persons #103: 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 10 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.  If you would like more information, please click on the link below.

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