To celebrate National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, Mosaic and Living innovations share Ted’s story about how he makes choices to live his life his way. #MyDayMyWay
Phyllis House and Peggy Nolan, people supported by Mosaic, have both survived cancer. Their senses of humor helped them stay strong in the battle.
Growing social media phenomenon Chef Adam Libby has brought happiness to others through his videos and cooking demos. Recently, he was honored at the national Cheer Choice Awards!
James Kences, supported by Living Innovations, serves as York, Maine’s unofficial historian and is a vocally strong York historic preservationist. But he wasn’t always that way. His case manager said 10 years ago when she met James, he trusted few people and barely stepped foot out of his home.
Mosaic is excited to announce growth in New England through the addition of Living Innovations to its network of services as of February 1. Living Innovations provides high-quality, personalized services to nearly 1,300 people in four New England states. Mosaic CEO, Linda Timmons, said aligning with a quality partner like Living Innovations will continue to strengthen and build higher quality services across the entire Mosaic network, which now serves 5,600 people in 13 states. Welcome Living Innovations!