“I have worked for Shared Support for 6 years. They are one of the many companies I’ve been with that support individuals with developmental disabilities.  Since working for this company, I have come to realize how rare it is to be part of an organization that cares so sincerely for people.  Shared Support offers the best possible care for giving physical, mental and emotional support to the wonderfully unique individuals under our care.  This is simply the reason I have been here for so long.”

--Harmony Johnson, Direct Support Professional

I have been a part of the Shared Support team since 2011. I am currently a house supervisor in direct support and, along with my husband Brad, a family living provider. Being a member of the Shared Support team, helping individuals maximize their capabilities and watching them thrive in the community has been an amazing opportunity. I look forward to many more years of building great relationships with the individuals I support as well as our entire support team here at Shared Support.”  
--Laurie Hufnagle, House Supervisor

Anyone can make a difference for someone

"Many people take for granted their own independence. Working for Shared Support allows me to help others learn and maintain new skills, from managing their money and friendships, to social skills, hygiene and daily goals, all while being in a warm, caring home.  I’m passionate about empowering people with disabilities. My job has made me a better person and has brought many new experiences and lifelong friendships.  This isn’t just a job or paycheck to me.  It’s so rewarding to have chosen a career that allows me to improve the lives of the people we support and their families.  Everyone deserves a sense of community and Shared Support gives us the tools to help provide that.” 

--Aimee Hullings, Direct Support Professional

“Working for Shared Support has given me the opportunity to help support individuals in need. Being there to help them live life to its fullest makes me feel good inside.  It’s so much more than just a job to me, it’s supporting these individuals mentally, physically, emotionally, and most of all having a special bond with every one of them.  It’s a good feeling seeing them counting on you to assist them in any way possible to make life the best it can be for them.”

--Cassie Barge, Direct Support Professional