Connecting Ties, Inc. Day Program Support Provider - Valdez in Valdez, Alaska
Performs lifting duties safely and performs daily care activities in the areas of personal hygiene, dressing, and toiletry, repositioning and eating as scheduled or needed.Arrange transportation, escorts individuals and provides back-up van driving duties as needed. Assists individuals in the identification, development, and coordination of volunteer and employment opportunities.iDay Program Supporti means services that assist a person in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings of their choice, but does not include providing the person's room and board: all habilitation services include as a basic component, iactive treatment,i which is training received during normal daily routines that is designed to enhance the abilities, competencies, and functional life skills of the participant.Promotes and models positive communications and community connections with individuals.Assists individuals in networking with community organizations, clubs, activities and associations.Coordinates services, communicates and follows through with residential component arranging for necessary funds, providing program support while in the home, monitoring expenditures and returning receipts for expenses.Schedule activities with individuals on a monthly basis.Maintains current client records, journals, subscriptions, identifications, dues and other necessary documents.Consistently assists in maintaining contact with parents, foster parents and /or guardian to obtain consent or permission for specific actions when requested family and significant persons as addressed by the person-centered team.Monitors all environments, vehicles, equipment and events for individual safety, staff safety and accessibility, and cleanliness.Attends in service training and meetings as required. Performs other duties as requested/assigned by the individual, their person-centered team, division or agency.Day Program providers will complete annual State required training, Restrictive Intervention training, medication training, Critical Incident Reporting, and will ensure CPR/First Aid certifications are current. Other individual on the job training is provided.An Associates Degree in Human Services or related field and one year experience with people experiencing developmental disabilities; or a High School Diploma or GED and three years of experience with people who experience a developmental disability.First Aid and CPR Certifications are required within the first 30 days of employment.TB Test clearance YearlyCurrent background history, both state and federalPass random drug testsMust be at least 18 years oldValid Alaska Driver License and Proof of Auto Insurance Coverage to conduct company business.