Shared Living

Support in a Family Setting Shared Living is a residential option for adults with developmental disabilities that offers care and support in a family setting.

Independence and Flexibility Living with a family offers individuals stability, connection, flexibility, and the opportunity to gain independence and have a full and active life, participating in family, community, and recreational activities.

Matching Families and Individuals Individuals and families are matched based on preferences, lifestyle, interests, and needs for the best possible fit. Both parties are empowered to make the decision regarding what is right for them.

Friend ~ Teacher ~ Advocate Providers assist individuals with everyday life skills and tasks, medical needs, and support individuals in enjoying a full social life.

Responsibility and Care Shared Living providers can be a family, a couple, or a single person, who opens their home and their heart, and accepts the responsibility of caring for, and supporting an individual with disabilities.

Tax-Free Stipend ~ Ongoing Support IPPI providers receive a tax-free stipend for the care they provide and room and board. Providers receive ongoing support, training, and access to agency and community resources.

Read more about the
Shared Living Opportunities
we offer in these states.

Connecticut

203.317.2700
Ext. 166

Maryland

410.569.6490
Ext. 2412

Massachusetts

978.353.3480
Ext. 1205

New Hampshire

603.423.6046
Ext. 2011

603.772.5991
Ext. 10

Interested in becoming a provider? Visit the link for your state of interest or contact us at info@ippi.org