The Community Life Program encompasses both community and home supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism. Supports are designed based on a person's needs and/ or nurturing the most independent, purposeful life.
HOME SUPPORTS: Our home support services provide services to individuals with an intellectual disability and/ or autism who live independently or with a family member. Skill-building and supports provides the individual with the assistance they need to live as independently as possible. Individuals may receive supports to assist with daily living, medical and/or dietary skills. Supports and skill building focus on the following areas: hygiene, domestic skills, social/ communication skills, medication management, appointments, safety, shopping and transportation.
COMMUNITY BASED DAY PROGRAM: Our community-based day program gives adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism opportunities to improve their health and well-being, be active members of their community, and find purpose and meaning in their lives. The program is very active and promotes health through a variety of sports and fitness opportunities. Additionally, participants become an integral part of the community through volunteering and accessing local eateries, museums, recreation and retail businesses. A wide range of supports are provided to enable skill development and to cultivate a sense of belonging and purpose in their community.
To learn more, contact Community Life at (207) 941-2915.
Amicus is committed to being an equal opportunity employer and service provider that does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, race, color, creed, gender, age, religion, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status under federal, state or local law. We value diversity and inclusion in our workplace and programs. We believe that all people should have the right to work and advance on the bases of merit and ability.