A Home Provider is needed to share his/her home with a person who happens to have a disability. Home providers must be in good health and willing to include someone as part of their family and not be treated just as a boarder. Qualities such as patience, common sense and a genuine acceptance of the person with the disability are highly valued. MDS provides ongoing training and a generous stipend.
For additional information please contact us 352-1304 or email@example.com
WHO WE ARE
Monadnock Developmental Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Keene, New Hampshire, the Region V Area Agency designated by the State of New Hampshire to assist individuals with disabilities to live in their communities.
Our mission is to work toward inclusion, participation and mutual relationships for all people who are at risk of isolation from community.
MDS provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities, children with chronic health conditions, adults with an acquired brain disorder, and elders who need non-medical assistance in their homes.
MDS and its partners help make it possible for children and adults with developmental and other disabilities 700 families and more than 1,000 individuals in the Monadnock region to live and work in their communities.
Every person, regardless of ability, has the right to make a meaningful life the opportunity to go to school, work, have relationships, and participate in the community.
People with developmental disabilities represent one of the last frontiers of civil rights in our country. Communities work hard to tap into the varied gifts of their citizens, and those with developmental disabilities have much to give to make our communities stronger and more humane.
We all benefit from allowing everyone, regardless of ability, the opportunity to use their gifts to the highest potential.
Academic and Career Advising offers no guarantees about any position posted through this web site and is not responsible for any aspect of resulting employment. Listings on this page do not constitute Keene State College endorsement or affiliation. Students are responsible for gathering all necessary information about the position and the employer.
Local, regional, and national companies and organizations as well as private families wish to recruit you for various openings. These range from part-time positions for pay while you are in school; summer jobs for either experience or pay; internships related to your field of study (paid and unpaid; as well as career opportunities when you are ready to graduate.
Contact Academic and Career Advising
Academic and Career Advising Office
229 Main Street
Keene, New Hampshire 03435