|Position:||Direct Service Professionals|
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
These positions provide a primary Agency role in supervising and supporting children and/or adults experiencing developmental disabilities. Areas of support may include daily living skills, supported employment, recreation, training programs, community outings and integration activities, and other activities which will assist client(s) in working toward increasing levels of independence. Provides client support and direct instruction as outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP); to meet the client’s goals and objectives. Provides client support in all areas of daily living including personal hygiene, financial management, household management, self medication, meal planning and preparation, employment support, social skill development, and recreation. Promotes the health and well-being of clients through the implementation of daily health and dental maintenance and prevention strategies. Transports clients to various appointments and activities. Communicates effectively with all members of the service delivery team including clients, parents, Agency staff, and other service agency representatives. Complete all required Agency paperwork and documentation including progress notes, ISP goals and interventions, etc. in a timely manner. Maintain a safe environment for clients at all times, taking into consideration their special needs; and be prepared to respond to an emergency situation, if necessary. Complies with all Agency policies and procedures, and ensures client confidentiality as prescribed by Agency Policy and various Federal and State Laws. Work may be performed at the REACH, Inc facility, in the client’s home, and at various sites throughout the community.
Hours may vary, depending on caseload & clients’ individual needs. Part-time & on-call openings with potential for additional hours and possible full-time employment.