Aspire Human Services provides personalized services that enrich people’s lives by supporting an amazing group of individuals with developmental disabilities. We strive to be the provider of choice by personalizing our services to meet each customer’s needs and preferences. And we strive to be the employer of choice by creating a positive working environment that values and releases the talent, energy and creativity of our teammates.
Aspire Human Services owns and operates Residential Habilitation services and Intermediate Care Facilities for the Intellectually Disabled) services in Idaho. programs may be communication, social or money-handling skills, daily living, hygeine skills, community skills, behavioral intervention. Behavioral strategies utilizes a person’s centered approach to ensure they are tapered to individual’s needs and skill development. Aspire Human Services employees are caring, passionate and dedicated individuals: necessities to enriching lives.
Provide ongoing support for children with developmental disabilities. Position involves assisting children with basic living skills, communication, community interaction, and recreation. Maintain a clean, safe, stimulating living environment, providing transportation, and supporting children to become active members of their community. Service provision focuses on maintaining or enhancing the child's self-esteem, promoting power, choice, and teaching functional skills that are alternatives to maladaptive behavior.
Provides assistance to participants in the areas of personal care, home management, meal planning shopping, and health maintenance.
Assists participants in learning basic living skills, adapting to the community environment, and establishing supportive relationships within the community.
Provides Positive Behavioral Support in home and community involvement.
Interacts with parents, case managers and the public in a positive, professional manner.
Transports and meets participants at various community locations to assist in basic living skills.
Investigates and initiates community involvement/community access opportunities for program participants.
Dresses and acts as an appropriate role model for employment demands and community involvement.
Gathers and supplies information to maintain Tailored Life Plans and satisfying all reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner.
Promotes and practices teamwork through respectful interactions with other staff.
Must be at least 21 years old and have a high school diploma or GED.
Must have one year experience working with children.
Willingness to work a flexible, non-traditional schedule.
Have skills and abilities to work successfully with the challenging behaviors of children in care.
Good written and verbal communication skills and ability to problem solve.
Must be able to lift and/or transfer a minimum of 50 pounds.
Valid driver's license, insurance, and reliable transportation.
Experience with Positive Behavioral Support, behavior management, and training programs helpful.
Long- and short-term disability
Supplemental Insurance products
Paid time off (PTO)
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