Meet Our Staff


Program Coordinator

A Warm Welcome to Shelby Mouser

Shelby joined Day Spring as its College for Living Program Coordinator in December 2022. Shelby graduated from Spalding University with a degree in Communications. During her undergrad she interned with Harbor House of Louisville where she fell in love with nonprofits and the world of adults with ID. Her passion lies in making connections with the residents and their loved ones while also planning a schedule that will enable the resident to live an independent, fulfilling and healthy life.

Outside of work Shelby loves to do all things outdoors and is especially interested in backpacking. She also enjoys hanging out with her dog, Panda,  and going to local restaurants and breweries with friends.

“I am so excited to be a part of this amazing program and have the opportunity to make a difference in your loved one’s lives.” --Shelby


Life Skills Mentors

Program Summary

The College for Living allows for independent living in a campus atmosphere, with as needed support tailored to young adults with disabilities. Support is provided to students in a variety of ways, including mentorship, weekly classes, and unique resources.


Additional Support

Students have the opportunity to enroll in additional support plans on an as-needed basis to work on specific goals and skills that require additional time outside of the general education plan.