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Please click on the link below to apply to Service Coordination Inc.’s job openings. All Service Coordinator openings will be listed by geographic location. Employee benefit information is also available concerning compensation, pay grade structure, medical benefits, and many other benefits we offer to the SCI team.

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=SCIportal&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US
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Did you know Emergency Respite Care is Available?

Lifespan emergency respite services are now available. These services, funded by a grant from the Federal Administration for Community Living, provide assistance across the state for individuals with special needs, living in the community across the age and disability spectrum, in or out of their homes, in order to provide temporary relief for their families or informal caregivers.

http://www.servicecoord.org/news/did-you-know-emergency-respite-care-is-available/
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Zayyiah Utley is on the DDA Waiting List at Current Request. She is 27 years old and lives with her family in Baltimore City. She practices Islam.  She loves to read. She hikes, and she likes being creative. Zayyiah’s Service Coordinator was able to obtain CARVE funding for her to have 4 weeks of private classes with an artist at ClayWorks in Baltimore City.  At that time, she was feeling very low and needed something to boost her self esteem, which this has! She has already made over 10 ceramic items.
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Supports Planning is More Than Services, It’s Quality of Life..

Meet Calvin and Stacy Titchenell.  Both have been diagnosed with spina bifida. They had been living together on their own in the community for several years with the assistance of Community First Choice (CFC) services up until about a year ago. Within months of each other, both Calvin and Stacy developed health complications resulting in the need for nursing facility care.

http://www.servicecoord.org/news/supports-planning-is-more-than-services-its-quality-of-life/
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