Shared Living

Through this residential option in Massachusetts for adults with autism, intellectual disabilities, or acquired brain injury, clients live in typical homes, with families, couples, or single households (collectively known as host families).
 

With ongoing support and guidance from May Institute, the household becomes a family — one in which all members are integral to the wellbeing of the family.    

 

Shared Living — Stable, Enriching, Flexible

 

  • Grounded in the concepts of connection, community, and possibility
  • Enriching the lives of all that are involved
  • Flexible, supported, and tailored to the individuals and the host families


What we offer — Commitment, Expertise, Individualized Support

  • We strive to create opportunities for individuals to live rich and meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.
  • We are leaders in the fields of applied behavior analysis (ABA), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and special education.
  • „Our host families receive the backing and support of program staff, case management, program oversight by doctorate-level clinicians, and a robust on-call system.
     

The Shared Living Program is funded through Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Services.

 

  • Grounded in the concepts of connection, community, and possibility
  • „Enriching the lives of all that are involved
  • Flexible, supported, and tailored to the individuals and the host families

What we offer:
„„
COMMITMENT. We strive to create opportunities for individuals to live rich and meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.

„„EXPERTISE. We are leaders in the fields of applied behavior analysis (ABA), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and special education.

„INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT. Our host families receive the backing and support of program staff, case management, program oversight by doctorate-level clinicians, and a robust on-call system.

The Shared Living Program is funded through Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Services.

- See more at: http://www.mayinstitute.org/location.html?id=1773&state=MA#sthash.KHVq7igt.dpuf

With ongoing support and guidance from May Institute, the household becomes a family — one in which all members are integral to the wellbeing of the family.

Shared Living — Stable, Enriching, Flexible

  • Grounded in the concepts of connection, community, and possibility
  • „Enriching the lives of all that are involved
  • Flexible, supported, and tailored to the individuals and the host families

What we offer:
„„
COMMITMENT. We strive to create opportunities for individuals to live rich and meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.

„„EXPERTISE. We are leaders in the fields of applied behavior analysis (ABA), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and special education.

„INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT. Our host families receive the backing and support of program staff, case management, program oversight by doctorate-level clinicians, and a robust on-call system.

The Shared Living Program is funded through Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Services.

- See more at: http://www.mayinstitute.org/location.html?id=1773&state=MA#sthash.KHVq7igt.dpuf

With ongoing support and guidance from May Institute, the household becomes a family — one in which all members are integral to the wellbeing of the family.

Shared Living — Stable, Enriching, Flexible

  • Grounded in the concepts of connection, community, and possibility
  • „Enriching the lives of all that are involved
  • Flexible, supported, and tailored to the individuals and the host families

What we offer:
„„
COMMITMENT. We strive to create opportunities for individuals to live rich and meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.

„„EXPERTISE. We are leaders in the fields of applied behavior analysis (ABA), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and special education.

„INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT. Our host families receive the backing and support of program staff, case management, program oversight by doctorate-level clinicians, and a robust on-call system.

The Shared Living Program is funded through Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Services.

- See more at: http://www.mayinstitute.org/location.html?id=1773&state=MA#sthash.KHVq7igt.dpuf

With ongoing support and guidance from May Institute, the household becomes a family — one in which all members are integral to the wellbeing of the family.

Shared Living — Stable, Enriching, Flexible

  • Grounded in the concepts of connection, community, and possibility
  • „Enriching the lives of all that are involved
  • Flexible, supported, and tailored to the individuals and the host families

What we offer:
„„
COMMITMENT. We strive to create opportunities for individuals to live rich and meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.

„„EXPERTISE. We are leaders in the fields of applied behavior analysis (ABA), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and special education.

„INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT. Our host families receive the backing and support of program staff, case management, program oversight by doctorate-level clinicians, and a robust on-call system.

The Shared Living Program is funded through Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Services.

- See more at: http://www.mayinstitute.org/location.html?id=1773&state=MA#sthash.KHVq7igt.dpuf
      Contact
Brian Carbone  |  781.286.0200  |  bcarbone@mayinstitute.org