Inclusion Services

Napa , CA
https://www.icsnortherncal.org/

SLS Staff Support/Personal Attendant

Inclusion Services
Napa, CA Full-time
Posted on November 9, 2018

SLS Staff Support/Personal Attendant

Summary of duties and responsibilities:

The SLS Staff Support reports directly to the SLS Supervisor/Director and is responsible for the daily care of teenagers and/or adults with developmental disabilities.

Duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Feeding Dressing Bathing
  • Assisting with Hygiene Scheduling of Medical Appointments
  • Assisting with Meal Preparation
  • Money Management
  • Shopping for groceries or other personal Items
  • Assisting with the use of a telephone
  • Supervise clients while on various outings
  • Ability to lift, push, carry up to 50 pounds or more.
  • Transferring/lifting of the client to and from chair, bed, car, toilet, bathing, etc. without limitations
  • Perform housework when such activities are related to the supported living of the person and cannot be performed by him or herself alone due to a health, disability or age limitation.
  • Perform housework when such activities are related to the supported living of the person and cannot be performed by him or herself alone due to a health, disability or age limitation.
  • Participate in the development of the individual program plan (IPP) and/or individual service plan (ISP) and/or individual educational plan (IEP).
  • Provide training as outlined in the IPP, and/or ISP, and/or IEP.
  • Communicate on a regular basis with InClusion Administration, client and/or families and other services providers and agencies, as needed.
  • Planning, coordinating, and evaluating assigned staff efforts to achieve the programs objectives and client outcomes.
  • Assessing the programs effectives in achieving the client IPP objectives and identifying barriers to client success and how those barriers can be overcome.
  • Maintain a clean, safe and healthy environment
  • Report special incidents according to InClusion Services policies and procedures.
  • Assist, guide, train and support in "skill" development relating to client's needs.
  • Ensure that the client receives professional, quality services in a safe and meaningful manner.
  • Teach clients how to increase their activities of daily living at home or in the community.

Other duties and responsibilities:

  • Monitors services and clients progress in relationship to established goals and objectives per client's plan
  • Attends team meetings or other training as part of continuation of education or any agency -wide training/in-services programs
  • Participates or provides information in client's quarterly/semi-annual/annual meetings.
  • Must have phone ON at all times during work hours and Must check in and out during work hours via text, email or phone call.
  • Must complete time sheets accurately and legibly, and be signed-off by parent/consumer at all times and submit paperwork on Pay Day (see Pay Day Schedule).
  • Must complete weekly notes or other notes accurately and legibly, and submit paperwork on Pay Day.
  • Shall complete the following hours of annual training: 12 hours of annual training (per program design and annual evaluation) every year.
  • Must submit requirements and have current requirements active and up to date (First Aid, CPR, CPI, Car Insurance and Registration, and Driver License, etc)
  • To perform other related duties and assignments as required.

Physical Environment/Working Area: Reports to and works out of the private home of the clients and/or out in the community.