Nurturing caregivers called Mentors help individuals thrive and be part of the community
In Sevita’s host homes, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers become family.
We all want to belong. We all want the support of family and friends encouraging us. That’s just what adults with disabilities have in our homes – loving homes and supportive caregivers, who we call Mentors, assisting the individuals we serve as they grow and thrive.
Mentors change lives by supporting the people they serve to be more independent, explore interests, and reach personal goals. They’re advocates, teachers, friends, and family. Our team and Mentors support individuals in building skills and positive relationships needed to live more independent lives.
To match individuals with the right Mentor and family home, our team members consider people’s interests, skills, lifestyles, needs, and personalities. Then, we find the Mentor that can support the individual in their family home. These matches can lead to meaningful, lasting relationships. Because that’s what makes the difference in someone’s life.