Direct Support Professional (DSP), providing exceptional care to persons with developmental disabilities. Requirements are a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid Maine driver's license in good standing. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including weekends. The direct support professional must be a team oriented individual and advocate for the person served. Ability to focus on the goals/needs/desires of the individual and follow the person centered plan for the individual they are supporting. A DSP should be a mentor and positive role model. A person who enjoys making a difference in another's life and takes great pride in achievements of the people we serve.

Professional Development includes Agency on site Trainings Performed by Karen M. Lee RN, CEO:

College of Direct Support
CRMA 40 hour class and re- certification
CPR/First Aid

We encourage our employees to seek additional trainings and offer trainings as they become available such as Mandt, Defensive driving, Residents Rights, Confidentiality, and more.



Residential Living

  • Two person group homes
  • 24/7 rotating staff support
  • Staff aids each person to achieve their individual goals

Supported Living

  • In-home support
  • Geared towards individual's goals and support needs
  • Flexible support hours