For those adults served who cannot safely live alone, LRCS will first look to their natural supports- family, friends, or others as a way to meet their needs. When that is not feasible, alternative supports, which offer adults the opportunity to live life as independently as possible, are available.
Shared Family Living connects an individual with a disability with a qualified family who is willing to share their home. A Shared Family Living home is much more than a place to live. Providers open up their homes, lives and families, providing care in a supportive, nurturing environment. These unique living arrangements foster independence, encourage community involvement and help to enhance quality of life.
For more information contact:
Samantha Seymour, Intake Coordinator ages 3 and up (603) 581-1558
Or your Resource Coordinator.