Job description

Anticipated Positions Coming Soon:

Qualified, experienced Home Health Aides needed to provide individually designed support services to individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury, said services being essential for the participant's health and welfare as per the participant’s detail plan. Duties include:

  • Supervision with activities of daily living (ADLs) and Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADLs), such as but not limited to: bathing, maintaining personal hygiene, dressing, meal preparation, eating, light and heavy household tasks, laundry, transportation, shopping, supporting integration into the community and escorting participants to medical appointments
  • Documenting and reporting significant medical, behavioral and other changes to appropriate personnel and other waiver and non-waiver service providers, as needed
  • Serving as an advocate for the wants, needs, and rights of the participant
  • Accepting responsibility for the safety and well-being of the participant within your care
  • Observing and following through on established emergency notification procedures in a manner which ensures the safety and welfare of participant at all times
  • Communicating effectively with coordinators, family members, and other waiver and non-waiver service providers
  • Completing and sending accurate weekly service records in accordance with departmental policies and procedures
  • Attending and successfully completing all trainings requested by the department

What you need to have

Skills
  • Ability and skills necessary to meet the participant's needs that will be addressed through this service
Prior experience & qualifications
  • 6 months of continuous employment in a related field is preferred
  • Maintain all required certifications
  • Maintain compliance by attending and successfully completing a minimum 12-14 hours of in-service training a year including all annual compliance trainings and requested trainings
Languages
This opportunity requires fluency in English