Lexington Services is
Now In Utah!

Available In-Home Services

Lexington Services is currently contracted with the Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) to provide in-home services in Utah, starting in Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah counties.

Services that will be offered include:

    • Respite: Supporting families by providing care and supervision to members at home or in the community.
    • Companion Services: Providing skills training to enhance members’ independence including one-on-one non-medical care, support, socialization, and supervision, including assistance with daily household tasks and accessing community services and resources.
    • Personal Assistance Services:  Providing assistance to members for activities of daily living, including meal preparation, bathing, eating, and mobility.
    • Supported Living Services: Supporting the member to live as independent, self-determined lives as possible, integrated into their community. Examples include: personal care (e.g., eating, bathing, and dressing), homemaker and chore tasks, advocacy and self help, communication and socialization, personal finances (e.g., keeping track of money and bills), and accessing community services and resources.

While Lexington Services will begin with these in-home services listed above, we are also adding ABA Therapy soon.

Lexington Services Utah is also a member of the Utah Association of Community Services, a non-profit organization “with over 40 member agencies in Utah [that] serve over 5,000 people with developmental and other types of disabilities in over 400 locations throughout Utah.”

For more information regarding Lexington Services Utah, please contact us at 801-980-7970 or utahinfo@lexingtonservices.com.

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Meet the CEO of Lexington Services Utah

Utah local James Stubbs will lead the expansion as CEO of Lexington Services Utah. Stubbs graduated with an MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and an undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University. In his career and schooling he has focused on mission-driven internships, projects, and volunteer opportunities to serve underrepresented or underserved populations, including:

  • social impact investing
  • small business workshops for local Native American new and current business owners
  • access to higher education for students who were first-generation, cultural minority, or of low-socioeconomic status
  • innovative corporate partnerships with local United Way chapters
  • crowdfunding for micro-entrepreneurs in the Philippines
“Throughout my career and education, I have come to recognize that business is one of the best vehicles to positively impact not only our world as a whole, but also the lives of individuals” said Stubbs. “Lexington Services has a strong track record of providing successful services to those with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities, and I am excited to carry on its reputation to Utah.”

Stubbs’ career spans various finance and strategy roles across multiple industries and business models, including durable goods, manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, health insurance, and religious/non-profit.

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