We are Aspire Living & Learning, a non-profit human services agency making a meaningful difference in the lives of adults and children with autism and other disabilities.
Aspire Living & Learning is currently seeking a Shared Living Provider to open their home and provide direct support to an individual with physical, medical and developmental disabilities. We currently have needs in the following area: Athol, Royalton, Phillipson, Orange, and Petersham. Great care and consideration is given to creating a therapeutic match between the individual and the Shared Living Provider, with family style, philosophy, and composition as just some of the factors that influence Aspire Living & Learning’s matching process. You can learn more about Shared Living Arrangements by visiting our website: www.allinc.org.
Our ideal home:
- A caring person, family or couple who has the desire to create opportunities for an individual to learn new skills and enjoy new experiences.
- A person with a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and a flexible schedule.
- A person, family, or couple with patience, acceptance, and understanding who can provide structure, clear expectations, help with ADL’s and medication management.
- A person, family, or couple who is active in their community!
- Successful completion of a CORI check and reference check for all people in the home.
- Medical background strongly preferred but not required, ability to treat individuals with diverse medical needs.
- Experience supporting adults with developmental disabilities preferred but not required.
Share your home, teach skills and enhance a life, the rewards are many:
- The gratification of helping someone with disabilities maximize their potential!
- Generous monthly tax-free stipend
If you want to join us in making a difference and positively impact the lives of others while charting your own path of development, then we at the Aspire team would love to hear from you.
Aspire believes it must play an active role in creating a community of employees that is diverse, inclusive and equitable. Our work benefits greatly from the contributions of people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women, LGBTQ people, and individuals with disabilities. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.