Hello, Living Innovations!
Welcome Living Innovations, soon to be “A Service of Mosaic.” Here you’ll find helpful information to learn more about the coming transition. Make sure to check out the sections with information specific to participants, employees, home providers and family members and guardians.
We are excited about the good things to come this year – and the good things to come from Living Innovations joining with Mosaic.
A Welcome Message from Linda Timmons, Mosaic CEO
Mosaic is honored that Living Innovations chose us as its partner for the future. Living Innovations provides high-quality, person-centered services that will enhance Mosaic’s 10-state network.
On these pages, you’ll find the information you need to know more about the transition. The most important thing for you to know, however, is to keep doing what you’re already doing to help people live good lives at home and in the community. That mission is at the heart of Living Innovations and Mosaic.
Here’s a short welcome message from Linda Timmons, Mosaic’s President and CEO.
Learn What’s Happening
On December 8, Neal Ouellett, CEO of Living Innovations, and Linda Timmons, President and CEO of Mosaic, announced the two organizations have entered an agreement that will make Living Innovations “A Service of Mosaic.”.
What does this mean for me?
Visit these sections to get information on upcoming Town Hall events led by State Directors where you can learn more about the transition and ask questions.
A Mosaic Success Story
Tommy receives support services through Mosaic at Home, a service mirroring the Living Innovations home provider/shared living model.
Learn about Mosaic’s commitment to inclusion and diversity
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why is Living Innovations becoming a service of Mosaic?
A: Neal Ouellett, the CEO of Living Innovations, is retiring. He and the Living Innovations senior leadership team looked for a partner that could help Living Innovations continue to grow and continue the tradition of quality services.
Living Innovations and Mosaic have similar values and both believe in providing personalized, quality services. Mosaic has the resources to help Living Innovations make services even stronger.
Neal calls it the right move at the right time.
Q: Will there be changes in services?
A: Services will continue without interruption. People can continue to receive the same supports from the same employees and home providers in the same way they do now.
Q: Will there be a change to the Living Innovations name?
A: Yes. You will notice a tag line added to the LIving Innovations name. It will now read “Living Innovations, a service of Mosaic.”
Q: What does Mosaic bring to strengthen Living Innovations quality?
A: Mosaic has significant resources to help Living Innovations further develop and strengthen services. Mosaic can provide expertise in the areas of behavior supports and autism services and support compliance with changing regulations. Mosaic’s government relations department can assist with advocacy at the state and federal level and amplify the voices of individuals served, families, guardians, shared living providers and others through our advocacy network, Mosaic Allied Voices. Mosaic can also support processes and systems that make documentation more efficient, such as an electronic health record.
Q: Will Neal continue to work with Living Innovations?
A: Neal will continue with Living Innovations for the next year and support this transition.
Q: Where can I get more information?
A: Employees, home providers, individuals and family members and guardians will be receiving regular updates about the transition, so watch your mail and email for information. If you have any questions that come up, contact your Program Manager, State Director or Coordinator. In addition, Mosaic will host informational town hall meetings so you can obtain more information. We pledge to do our best to keep you informed and updated!
More Frequently Asked Questions can be found through the links above to information specifically for people served, employees, home providers and family members and guardians.
If you have additional questions or concerns, we invite you to reach out to us through this contact form.