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Direct Support Professional

POSITION SUMMARY:
Principal responsibilities involve provision of direct support to clients of Mobius services as identified within person-centered plans. Emphasis will be on providing skill teaching and/or identifying adaptations that enable clients to function as independently as possible in desired roles and in specified environments.

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Behavioral Health Professional

POSITION SUMMARY:
Principal responsibilities are to provide quality support services consistent with client needs, program expectations, and Agency policy by implementing individual program plans as directed.

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Listed below are the Employment requirements and qualifications for Direct Support Professionals (DSP). All of our positions require the same basic requirements set in the DSP requirements.
A Direct Support Professional (DSP) is a person who provides Home Support, Work Support or Community Support.
A Program Coordinator – or DSP II is a site supervisor responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations at one of our 20+ residential locations.

Requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age; and
  • Has graduated from high school or acquired a GED
  • Has a clean driving record and a valid driver’s license.
  • Has successfully completed the Direct Support Professional curriculum as adopted by DHHS (agency-based training available)
  • Has a background check consistent with Section 21.10-5;
  • Has satisfactory findings on an adult protective and child protective record check
Donations

Every dollar donated to Mobius, Inc. goes directly towards improving or sustaining the needs and living environment for a person with developmental disabilities. While you may not have a personal connection to someone with a developmental disability, we trust that you understand how challenging it can be to support or provide a good quality of life to someone who is unable to achieve it on their own.

Your donation, regardless of its size, will help to ensure that Mobius continues to be a trailblazer in its efforts to help their clients as well as their caregivers. Value-based service is the core of our mission; “supporting valued roles in the community” is our core philosophy. It is our goal to practice and live our mission every day. Your contributions make our work possible. Your gift is extremely important to Mobius because it helps the organization to assure safe and productive lives for those we serve.

Mobius, Inc. is a 501c-3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Donors can donate directly with a credit or debit card on the Mobius, Inc. website or through the mail.

To donate online please click on the "Donate" button.

To donate or through the mail please use the following information:envelope1

Please Make Checks out to: Mobius, Inc.
Mail to:
Mobius, Incorporated
319 Main St.
Damariscotta, ME 04543

 

 

 

 

 

Value-based service is the core of our mission; “supporting valued roles in the community” is our core philosophy. It is our goal to practice and live our mission every day. Your contributions make our work possible. Your gift is extremely important to Mobius because it helps the organization to assure safe and productive lives for those we serve.

Mobius, Inc. is a 501c-3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Warm regards,
Rebecca Emmons, MPH
Executive Director

Donate Your Time (Volunteering)

Donate Time

Join our team as a Volunteer. Your valuable time that you donate is a gift will have a direct impact on the agency and the people we serve.

Volunteer opportunities include:
• Clerical and front desk / “greeter”
• Teaching a class or hosting a special event
• Small facility improvement projects (past examples making shelves, entry-way steps)
• Small carpentry projects with clients (helping a client learn small home improvement projects)
As a volunteer, spending time with our clients and dedicated staff will be one of the most rewarding and fun experiences you can have.

If you would like to volunteer please click here to fill out the application

If you have questions about volunteering at Mobius please contact:
Cheryl Achorn – Human Resources Associate This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 207-563-3511 ext. 308

 

Donate Goods

Mobius, Incorporated depends on many generous donations made by individuals like you. To donate goods contact Executive Director, Rebecca Emmons (207) 563-3511 ext. 306.
• Gift cards / Cash Art Supplies
• Digital camera
• Work gloves
• Flowers for the garden
• Gardening tools
• Paper towels
• Notebooks for journaling
• Unused bedding and towels
• Trial sized items (shampoo, etc)
• Kitchen towels, dish cloths or sponges

difference

The Agency was established in 1978 by a group of educators and parents whose children were attending the Longfellow School in Bristol and their adult children were attending community support services in Bath.

1978 – 1982 – Rented space in 2 locations; Mills Road and in basement of Damariscotta Police Dept

1983 – Group Homes completed; Tom Handel becomes Executive Director and formalized vision of “valued roles in the community”. Services based out of our Group Home in Newcastle.

1997 – David Lawlor becomes Executive Director; completion of current admin location at 319 Main St. Damariscotta

1994 – 2014 – Rapid expansion of service offerings including Residential – 24/7 home supports; hourly supports and shared living; Employment – United Way MCM partnership & Vocational Rehabilitation job development work; Community – shift from sheltered workshop model to community-based & accelerated independence; case management

2014 - Mental Health – opened outpatient counseling specializing in dual diagnosis

2015 – Rebecca Emmons becomes Executive Director and agency begins to move toward offering Integrated and Outreach Services.

2018 – Chandler House on Academy Hill Road completed; providing apartment living for 5 adults and 24/7 home supports for 2 adults.

2019 – Reopened children’s services programming including case management and Section 28 in-home services.

   
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Philosophy – Supporting Valued Roles in the Community

Our Mission is to support valued roles in the community for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We do this by engaging, empowering, challenging and helping people achieve their highest potential for independence and growth.

 

Core Values


Potential – through a learning environment

Leadership – through innovation

Compassion – through mutual respect and belief in one another

Excellence – through self-assessment & quality assurance

Citizenship – through contribution to the community

 

Mobius Annual Reports

Click to view/download 2018 Mobius Annual Report

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