Family Resource Specialists
Caitlin is a native of Richmond, Virginia, who has been involved in the world of special needs through many avenues, including as a respite caregiver, volunteer at Children's Hospital of Richmond, and newborn hearing screen coordinator. She has always sought customer service centered positions and is currently a Respite and Personal Care Attendant to a family with two awesome children with special needs.
A graduate of James Madison University, Caitlin received her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with an interest in speech-language pathology. While at JMU, Caitlin was involved in various service groups and was a proud member of the Marching Royal Dukes. In her free time, she enjoys spoiling her nephews, visiting Ocean Isle Beach with her family, and going to JMU for football games as often as she can.
Caitlin is very much looking forward to meeting new waiver consumers and their families and helping them through their journey!
Mara joins the At Home Your Way team as a Family Resource Specialist. As with all endeavors she tackles, advocacy and early intervention for children with different abilities has become a passion of hers. A mother of two, her youngest was diagnosed with Autism at a very young age, so Mara understands firsthand the struggles families face when choosing the best services for their loved one.
Mara has served several families within her immediate community to assist them in obtaining all the best services that Virginia has to offer. She is currently working on a passion project of “inclusion in sports” with her local government, after realizing how many children with disabilities within her community were being under served. Nothing has prepared her more for a life of service and advocacy than watching her own child be excluded and sidelined. A supportive, compassionate, and giving person by nature, Mara will help guide all families At Home Your Way serves in the best way possible.
Lisa is a native of Staunton, VA. She has worked as a personal care attendant through the EDCD waiver program for a number of years, assisting the young and the young at heart. She has served multiple clients with special needs ranging from Autism and end stage renal disease/dialysis to amputation and hospice care. Watching her own family members battle cancer at a young age has given Lisa a heart of compassion.
Lisa knows firsthand how the waiver program makes it possible for people to live full and happy lives within the comfort of their own homes, as well as allow them to remain active members of their communities.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys making memories with her mother, her extended family, and her friends. She also enjoys needlework, photography, and music.