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Our staff, and those we care for, are our family.
Our caregivers are trained in First Aid and CPR, lifts and equipment, proper techniques, cooking, as well as potential ability-specific scenarios.
Our Growing Team
Quality care is our number one priority. Our staff undergo an extensive paid-training program with scenarios located both in-office and in-the-home.
During in-office training, new staff are joined by a few of our superstar clients who walk them through what it’s like to work together, listen, and adapt to someone else’s needs and preferences.
Service Provision Program Operations/ ODP Program Specialist
Our ODP Program Specialist’s are responsible for coordinating service through numerous programs and program offices in a professional, confidential manner. Among other responsibilities, they evaluate consumer needs, investigate and resolve complaints, ensure compliance regarding audits and licensing, maintain and coordinate programs offers through ODP, OLTL, AAA, The Veterans Administration, and private pay contracts, and they operate through a rotating on-call schedule. Some local traveling is required.
ODP Program Specialists must have experience working with individuals with disabilities and/or special needs, IDD, along with skills in assessment and person-centered planning. They must have knowledge of and ability to comply with Federal, State, County, MCO, and Agency Mandated Regulations/guidelines/standards, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, have the ability to understand the agency at all levels, have a high school diploma or equivalent (Associate Degree of 60 college credits preferred), and have a valid driver’s license and access to a private vehicle.
Service Provision Specialist (SPS/Scheduler)
Our Service Provision Specialist’s are skilled in providing services to individuals with special needs using a positive, person-centered approach. They have the ability to successfully operate a personal computer and sustain a working knowledge of required software while adhering to a professional code of ethics and confidentiality. SPS’s must have a high school diploma or GED, a valid PA driver’s license, and be 18 years or older among other requirements. SPS’s are responsible for handling high call volumes, documenting completed tasks, scheduling work-time for field staff, navigating a fast-pace environment, and perform direct care services when needed.
Direct Care Worker (DCW) — “In Your Home”
Our DCWs provide non-medical in-home personal care as outlined by individual service plans; including, but not limited to: transferring, bathing, toileting, feeding, housekeeping, errands, and emergency response. DCWs are companions, friends, and often referred to as “family” when our friends talk about them. It’s important for our DCWs to observe and report their consumer’s condition to the office to ensure their care and independence is always our top priority. DCWs have a big heart! No previous experience required.
Residential Program Worker (RPW) — “In Our Home”
RPWs become teammates, friends, family members, and companions to our residents in our various Community Living Arrangements (CLAs) throughout the county. They provide a full-range of personal care services while involving the resident in completing daily living tasks and personal hygiene needs. It’s all about showing up for someone, teaching, spending time together, and supporting independence!
Floating Direct Care Worker (Floater)
Our Floaters provide back-up and emergency personal care services according to assigned service plans; including, but not limited to: transferring, bathing, toileting, dressing, grooming, and meal preparation. Floaters provide mobility assistance, which may include travel outside of the home for appointments and errands. What’s great about floaters is their ability to adapt! No previous experience required.
Our weekday, part-time Driver’s are raved about and are great at working as a team to ensure individuals get to and from personal or central loading areas to social programs, training locations, job sites, or other destinations per assigned schedule. Drivers are trained to fully operate handicap accessible vans and buses, properly secure and stabilize wheelchairs before trips, and on basic vehicle maintenance; including fuel, lubricants, and accessories. Driver’s like to hear about their passenger’s day and, if their lucky, get to hear some pretty great jokes. No CDL required.
Our staff recognizes & appreciates that each individual has their own preferences when it comes to their home, their lifestyle, and their daily routine.
We proudly consider all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally-protected status.
As required, we comply with government regulations, including Affirmative Action obligations, where applicable.