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Structured Family Caregiving

Shared living (also known as Structured Family Caregiving) is a model of supported living in which a trained caregiver welcomes individuals with disabilities to live in their home and integrates them into their family life.

Meet Vera and Celestine text with photo of two African American womenIn comparing shared living to other programs or providers, here are some things to consider:

Quick Facts

Householder Responsibilities: Householders must:

Medical Care: Householders are CPR-certified and trained on first aid and dispensing medication. They also are trained on each individual’s specific information.

Accreditation: Shared living is a CARF-accredited program.

For more information on becoming a householder:

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