Creative Work Systems is expanding its Shared Living program for eligible adults with intellectual disabilities. The program provides an option for individuals not yet ready for the challenges of Independent Living, yet seeking a less intensive environment than 24-hour Residential Service program. In the Shared Living model, a host provider opens his

Two new residents have moved into a Creative Work Systems home on Third Street in Auburn. CWS purchased and updated the property in 2014, and opened it to residents in mid-September. Don and Eugene occupy the top floor of the house, and Cheryl and Linda now occupy the ground floor. Cheryl enjoys

On September 14, Creative Work Systems at Five County opened its latest residence on Third Street in Auburn. Don and Eugene now enjoy the security of having their own home, where they receive the assistance required to meet their needs. “I love it here,” says Eugene, citing a particular fondness for his

Tom is an avid gardener and loves the ample gardening spaces and greenhouse at York Community Services. When he wanted to bring this hobby home and install a greenhouse in the backyard, he and his team set out to find an affordable solution to nourish his interest in gardening. Tom searched online

All over Creative Work Systems, people with disabilities are supported in living their lives at home, at work, and in the community. Take a look at some of the happenings you’ll find in the lives of people who live in a CWS supported home. Realizing a Dream to See the Globetrotters Throughout

Through Independent Living Services, Creative Work Systems supports people with disabilities to live independently in their homes. Services are tailored to meet the requirements of each person to live life independently and are customized based on the individuals needs. CWS helps by providing assistance preparing for work each day; planning leisure time