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A contracted caregiver arrangement gives you an opportunity to enrich your life by welcoming someone with a disability into your home and family. Throughout the relationship, Communitas is there to support both caregivers and the person receiving support, ensuring a good match of personalities and a safe living environment.

Home Share

In a Home Share arrangement, the caregiver provides long-term support for the person with a disability, including food, lodging, and recreation, depending on needs. We provide this service in the Fraser Valley and on North Vancouver Island.

Adult Respite

In an Adult Respite arrangement, the caregiver provides temporary support to an adult living with disabilities. Respite care benefits all members of a caregiving family by allowing them to broaden their social networks and develop meaningful relationships. The caregiver receives a stipend for the support they provide. Adult Respite is available in the Fraser Valley.

Children’s Respite

In a Children’s Respite arrangement, the caregiver provides temporary support to a child or youth living with a disability while the primary caregiver has an opportunity to rest. The caregiver receives a stipend for the support they provide. Children’s Respite is available in the Fraser Valley.


Victor and Washington

Washington enjoys listening to music, going for walks and playing games. He’s studying to be a nurse and enjoys being with people. He lives in a suite with an extra bedroom. Victor also enjoys music and going for walks and while he enjoys being with people he also needs his own space. Because he lives with autism, Victor needs help with day to day tasks. After meeting each other and seeing that they had some things in common, Victor moved in with Washington. Now they share meals, play games and go for walks with each other. They have become good friends.


While we’re always looking for caregivers for a variety of arrangements, sometimes we’re looking for a specific person to fit a specific situation. Maybe it’s you! Check out some of the specific postings we are looking for, then get started.

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Respite Needed in Langley

Seeking Respite Providers in the Langley area for weekends and evenings.

Seeking Respite Providers in the Langley area for weekends and evenings for a semi-independent young lady. This person is looking for companionship; someone who will go shopping with her, help with meal prep and a little bit of personal care. She enjoys shopping at big box stores!



Home Share Provider Sought in Abbotsford

Family seeks a Christian home for their daughter who is easy going and active in her community.

We are looking for a couple or a single woman to be a Home Share provider for a woman living with a developmental disability.  We are looking for a Christian home in Abbotsford where positive values are modeled.  Church has played a large role in this individual’s life and it is important to her and her family for this to continue.  She participates in a local day program 5 days a week and volunteers one afternoon a week at a local business. She is energetic and loves to socialize and stay busy. We are looking for a full time home share to start in September. We would like to start the process of getting to know each other in April.

Location: Abbotsford

Ability to Speak Punjabi an Asset

Family prefers a South Asian caregiver for hourly respite.

Hourly Respite Caregiver needed for a young man who has a Developmental Disability.  Family prefers a South Asian caregiver, who can speak English and Punjabi.

Location: Abbotsford

Home Share Provider Needed in Fraser Valley

A Home Share provider is sought in the Fraser Valley for a very friendly man.

A  Home Share provider is needed in Abbotsford or surrounding areas (Mission, Aldergrove, Langley,or Chilliwack) for a very friendly man. He loves to watch sports on TV and go to the occasional game with his family or caregiver. While he enjoys chatting with others, he also values opportunities to be in his own space. On some weekends, he visits his parents or other family members. He uses a walker, so a home with no stairs (or very limited stairs) would be ideal.

Location: Abbotsford

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Communitas works hard to ensure a good fit between caregivers and people being supported. During the application process, we want to get to know you to help find the best situation for everyone. Start the process by telling us more about yourself and we’ll be in touch to answer any questions and to explore possibilities together.

Caregiver Lead Form