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Are you looking for a meaningful work opportunity in your home? Become a Host Home / Shared Living provider with Mosaic at Home® and work with an industry leader! Income opportunity ranges from $1,200 to $12,000/mo. You must reside in the state of Iowa (due to state funding) and own or rent your home. For nearly 40 years, Mosaic has provided improved quality of life, greater stability and increased community access for people with disabilities through our shared living service, which also offers a satisfying career option for home providers. As a home provider, you share your home with an individual with a disability. Your responsibility is to maintain a safe and healthy home environment for the individual and be a mentor while helping the person as needed with the tasks of daily living. In this role, you assist with cultivating life skills and fostering independence. We work to match interests and lifestyles between people. You will participate together in activities of daily living, both at home and in the community. Through the matching process, you are able to match with a person whose needs fit the support level you wish to offer. Duties vary for each individual from minimal support (i.e., budgeting, medication, transportation, activities of daily living) to full support (i.e., dressing, toileting, feeding, positive behavioral support, etc.), and the income is commensurate with the level of support provided. Responsibilities include: • Provide support for tasks such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, budgeting, decision-making, etc. • Skill acquisition • Medication administration • Medical appointments • Support with overall health and well-being • Daily documentation via web-based case management application (THERAP) • Provide fun and leisure experiences to the individual by providing opportunities of community inclusion, integration and socialization • Compliance with all state/agency policy and procedures • Communicate effectively with team members as needed • Support physical needs of individual served • Provide transportation Possible responsibilities depending on your preference: • Assistance with bathing, toileting, feeding, behavioral support, etc. • Provide support for medical protocols, such as seizure, fall, feeding tube, etc. • Care for someone with complex physical/medical needs (i.e., hearing impaired, vision impaired, non-ambulatory, etc.) • Potential support of behavioral issues.