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Michael J. Chittenden Joins Nebraska Total Care as Director, Intellectual Developmental Disability Program & Case Management

Date: November 13th, 2017

A developmental disability leader, Michael brings over 30 years of experience, including executive roles with Mosaic, ResCare, and Bethesda Lutheran Services.

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Mercy, Arkansas Health & Wellness and LifeShare Form Joint Venture And Receive Insurance License In Arkansas

Date: October 27th, 2017

Mercy Health of Arkansas and Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) subsidiaries LifeShare and Arkansas Health & Wellness announced today that their recently formed joint venture, Arkansas Total Care, has received a license from the Arkansas Insurance Department to become a risk-based provider organization (RBPO). The license will allow Arkansas Total Care to manage a Medicaid special needs population comprised of people with high behavioral health needs and individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities.

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Brandon Gets His Dream Job

Date: June 29th, 2016

A Sunflower Health Plan member, Brandon has attained his goal with support from many and "gives back" by presenting at Disability Mentoring Days in KS.

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Sometimes All It Takes is Someone to Listen

Date: February 23rd, 2016

By listening, LifeShare`s Pathways team uncovers the real need

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From a Life of Homelessness and Despair to one of Optimism and Healing

Date: January 15th, 2016

Sunshine Health`s Rapid Crisis Response System Triage Center and Mobile Crisis Team Change Lives

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Developing Our Own Selves, Being of Service to Others

Date: December 30th, 2015

Being helpful to another individual brings great joy to Jennifer L. For the individual who lives with her, it has meant becoming a member of a family and being encouraged to develop her own skills, enjoy life, and reach out for more opportunities.

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Hometown Hero Advocating for Ability

Date: April 14th, 2015

Twenty-six-year-old Tim Houle, of Raymond, works hard at the two Walgreens stores where he has been employed for six years [Raymond and Epping] and looks to the future and possibly owning and operating his own LCS. (For non-members of the comic community, LCS is an acronym for local comics shop.) Tim was born with cerebral palsy and his parents were told early on that he would never walk and that he even might not survive infancy. Tim proved them wrong.

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LifeShare Acquired by Centene Corporation

Date: March 4th, 2015

National Medicaid managed care leader taps expertise in supporting people with intellectual & developmental disabilities

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It's No Longer an Emergency for Jane

Date: August 20th, 2014

LifeShare Day Support: Quality Interactions andDiversion from the Emergency Room

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A Win-Win for Northwood Diner and James

Date: June 23rd, 2014

When you walk into Northwood Diner on Mondays, you may see a blur rush by, a very tall blur, but a blur of action nonetheless.

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