Seven Hills Foundation

HBTS - Home-Based Therapeutic Services - DSP

Affiliate
SHRI
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job ID
20978
Schedule
Monday - Thursday 9am-12p

Overview

Core Values$15.75/hr

Part-time HBTS workers

 

Home-Based Therapeutic Services (HBTS) workers provides specialized intensive direct support services for children with a wide range of disabilities living at home. Working collaboratively with a licensed health care professional and family members, services are provided in the home and community in age-appropriate settings with the intent of developing social skills, communication, and positive behavior. Seven Hills has opportunities for direct support professionals with many years of experience, as well as for college students, stay-at-home moms and dads, paraprofessionals, or teachers looking for a part time employment.   Great  opportunity for CNA, DSP, Childcare workers, Daycare Teachers, and Residential Counselors

Responsibilities

Provide direct behavioral therapy to individuals ages 3 to 21, including role modeling and training to parents and families. Support the child and family by promoting individualized, person-centered, service delivery which meets all identified needs of the child and family.  The professional provides assistance to the child with self-help and self-care as well as teaching of social and safety skills when applicable.  Ongoing communication and data reporting to clinicians and coordinators regarding the approved program. All duties will vary depending on the specific needs of each child.

Qualifications

Must be at least 19 years of age. High school diploma or equivalent and minimum two years of experience working successfully with children/adults in a special heath care, education or recreation setting.  An associates or bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of study area may be considered equivalent.  Drivers’ license and an acceptable driving record required.

 

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