FAQs

What if my family situation changes and I can no longer provide Shared Living Services?

Shared Living services contracts may be cancelled by either the shared living provider or the individual, but a 30-day notice of cancellation is required. A secondary plan is in place for any individual placed with a shared living provider to ensure that the individual’s needs are met in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

My family is interested in becoming a Shared Living Provider. Do we get to select the person who will live with us?

Potential Shared Living Providers must complete an interview process with the individual seeking Shared Living services to ensure a successful match between the individual and the family.

Will my family receive any training before becoming a Shared Living Provider?

Yes. Annual required trainings are provided for Shared Living Providers, as well as additional opportunities for training that are specific to the needs of the individual who is seeking the Shared Living service.

I am interested in Shared Living services. Do I get to select the family with whom I’ll live?

Yes. Individuals seeking Shared Living services must complete an interview process with the potential Shared Living Provider to ensure a successful match between the individual and the family.

What if I decide that I want to live with a different Shared Living Provider?

You, or your guardian, must provide 30-day notice for any changes in your Shared Living services contract. If you want to continue to receive Shared Living services, CLASS can assist you in finding a different Shared Living Provider.

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