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Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc. enriches the lives of people with disabilities by promoting independence, health, community, employment and natural relationships.

Here’s What’s Happening at IAM!

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Celebrating this week's theme "Top of the Hat Day" for September Spirit is Cathi Wiles of the Housekeeping Department. Thank you Cathi for putting smiles on everyone's face! You did an awesome job with your hat! ... See MoreSee Less

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Staff at IAM are looking for ways to bring smiles to the residents and have fun during the Pandemic, while we stay safe in place. A day a week in September is set aside as "September Spirit" day. We wore crazy socks and mismatched outfits and accessories.
Congratulations to Jen Bamford who won the mismatched outfit contest. You look marvelous!
Levenia made a balloon dog and giraffe for one of the resident's birthday party. Residents and staff are enjoying the week.
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Independence Advocates of Maine is looking for a nurse with a passion for excellence. We are currently looking for per-diem LPNs or RNs for varying coverage (available mainly days) in our ICF/IID serving 17 individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities.

We offer a relaxed, casual dress atmosphere with low provider to resident ratio. Emphasis is on relationship building with residents and a chance to make a real difference in the lives of adults with disabilities.

Please consider joining our nursing team.

Requirements: Must be licensed as a nurse in the state of Maine (RN or LPN), must possess good critical thinking skills, must have a valid driver's license, for two years, in good standing. Experience preferred.

Benefits: We offer generous shift differentials

Education: Nursing degree

Location We are located at 2 Hillside Road in Orono
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