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Central Aroostook Association has proudly been serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 60 years. The Association was founded by a group of parents who felt that their children deserved to be educated, employed, and live in their own communities; so they created that opportunity. We have grown from our humble beginnings, each year we service hundreds of individuals throughout Aroostook County in eight different programs. Thanks to the Board of Directors, our dedicated staff, parents, and the community; we continue to work towards providing better opportunities to the individuals we serve.   – Stephen D. Richard, Executive Director

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We are still seeking candidates for the newly created Shared Living Assistant Position. Apply today!centralaroostookassociation.com/?page_id=186Central Aroostook Association is seeking a detail-oriented, and self-motivated individual to join our fast-growing Shared Living program. The person in this role will need strong organization skills, a good work ethic, enjoy problem solving, and working with people. The Shared Living Assistant will assist the Director of Community Programs with administrative oversight of more than 30 Shared Living homes.This position will be responsible for working with a group of independently contracted Shared Living Providers located throughout Aroostook County to maintain satisfactory documentation, update provider records and required trainings. The Shared Living Assistant will also work with providers and tenants to develop habilitative plans focused on activities in the home and promoting community integration. This is a full time position offering benefits that include health insurance, dental insurance, sick time leave, vacation time, 12 paid holidays annually, 401K, and more. Apply Online: centralaroostookassociation.com/?page_id=186 ... See MoreSee Less
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A group of our staff have been working with Polly Earl from Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for a few weeks to begin learning sign language. This non-mandatory training will benefit the individuals they work with by enhancing their ability to communicate. ... See MoreSee Less
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