Program and Personal Care Assistant

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Louisville, KY

Job status
Full time
Benefits
Vision Insurance, Paid holidays, Life Insurance, Health Insurance, Disability Insurance, Dental Insurance
Pay
$10.00 – Hourly
Job description
Want to work where you can make a difference for someone who needs you? Want a job that gives back as much as you give? Come join a family-like company – Kaleidoscope, Inc!

Kaleidoscope, Inc is a younger adult day health center facility providing support to adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities under Medicaid through the Michelle P, Supports for Community Living, and Home and Community Based Services, Waivers.

We are seeking applicants who have a strong work ethic and are patient, motivated, trustworthy, compassionate, positive and dependable to join our team who also have the ability to teach others and provide individualized supports to our adults with developmental/intellectual needs.

If this sounds like you, apply now!

We offer Full-time, Monday-Friday hours, no weekends or holidays.
Full benefits with company paid life insurance and accrued paid time off.

Apply in person or via email with your resume attached.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Education requirements
• High school diploma or GED.
Qualifications
• Clean background and drug screenings.
Responsibilities
As a Program/Personal Care Assistant, every day is different when serving individuals with physical and mental disabilities. In addition to assisting individuals in reaching their highest potential, you will also be responsible for:

* Supporting individuals with a variety of mental and/or physical disabilities with personal care needs, behavior goals, and daily living.
* Planning and implementing diverse weekly activities and keeping participants engaged throughout activity time.
* Monitoring health needs, being aware of participant location, and escorting participants around the facility. Re-positioning, transferring, ambulation, and toileting.
* Reviewing the participant's plan of care for understanding of issues with participants and their goals. Furthering the individual’s independence.
* Maintain participant optimum level of function with ADL’s.
* Daily preparation of lunches and snacks with special attention made to the allergy list.
* Attending required in-services, team meetings, and education sessions.

You must have a willingness to make each day the best day ever for participants as well as co-workers.
Skills
• Be able to keep detailed documentation as it pertains to each individual’s Plan of Care.
Work hours
8am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday
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