We currently serve individuals with developmental disabilities for our Residential Services.
Community living services are individually-tailored supports that assist the person with the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to living in the community. These services are for individuals with developmental disabilities that are 18 years and older. Supports provided may include: adaptive skill development, assistance with activities of daily living, personal care, supervision, medication assistance, light housekeeping, community inclusion, transportation, adult educational supports, and social and leisure skill development.
Community living services may be provided in the person receiving services home, the persons family home, or a home leased by a provider.
Shared living homes are residential settings in which an individual receiving Overture services lives in the community with someone of their choosing that is available to help provide supports when needed. Shared living homes come in all shapes in sizes depending on what the person is looking for in a living companion. Overture has shared living homes throughout the state of Wyoming in various cities, suburbs, and more rural areas. Home means something different to everyone and some of our shared living homes have families that the person can live with, other homes may be just two people living together. We support homes with 1-2 people receiving services living in the home with a designated Shared Living Home Provider. On some occasions, if it is the persons’ choice to live with three people receiving services, Overture and the Case Management agency may work with that shared living home to get a three person waiver to allow for this living arrangement.
Other Residential Services including Remote Monitoring are also offered. For more detailed information on the type of Residential Services offered by Overture please contact us.
Want to become a shared living provider?
A Shared Living Provider is an independent contractor that opens up a room in their own home to provide access to up to 24/7 supports to a person receiving waiver services. The duties and responsibilities of being a shared living home provider vary greatly based on the person in their homes distinct needs and wants. There are a number of daily tasks that a provider may support, examples include but are not limited to: daily living skills, social skills development, behavioral support, or medical support.
It is our philosophy that choice, experience, and participation are fundamental to the personal growth and fulfillment of people in our care. We believe that people with developmental disabilities are part of the community, not simply recipients of services. We offer individualized trainings, on-going support, and 24-7 assistance.
Our Shared Living Providers:
To apply to be a Shared Living Provider, please download and complete our application!
Our payment options encompass both Medicaid and private pay. In alignment with our commitment to ensuring equitable access to healthcare, we adhere to the rates established by Medicaid for our services.