Dedicated to providing quality supportive services and skill
Independent Living Skills/ Parenting Instructor$25k – $35k
1. Instruct and Assist the consumer(s) in: personal care, such as grooming, feeding, meal preparation, and other personal care services outlined in the Consumer orientation Checklist training.
2. Support and guide the consumer in the choices they make regarding mobility, community access, learning new skills, scheduling and requested job duties.
3. Assist or facilitate: medical appointments, communication, equipment repair, accessing recreational activities, prescribed exercises, and schedule generic travel arrangements.
4. Assist with planning and/or finding activities that lead to community involvement and the development of a circle of support. Provide companionship, guidance and supervision during such activities. Assist clients with basic housekeeping tasks, laundry and grocery shopping.
5. Perform documentation according to policies and procedures stated in the training manual. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: daily progress notes, medication assistance and medical log forms. Reports and change in the client s mental, physical or emotional condition to supervisor.
6. Ensure consumer health and safety during assigned hours of responsibility. Ensures that client takes self-administered medication.
7. Assist in the overall maintenance of the consumer's home and general upkeep of adaptive equipment as assigned. Report any damages to the property or needed repairs for safety purposes immediately to the supervisor. Abide by all home rules, property agreements and equipment warranties.
8. Perform all duties as specified by the consumer, the supervisor and as detailed in the ISP and the consumer orientation checklist.
Other Related job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Attend Interdisciplinary Team Meetings, Agency Team Meetings and all other meetings and training sessions as directed by the administration.
2. Cooperate with other in home services, such as home health providers, physical therapists, home maintenance persons, natural supports, etc.
3. Report suspected abuse or any unusual incident as indicated in the LEBLANC Training Manual. This may include, but is not limited to the following: any decline in consumer s health, medication abuse, or refusal, ability to successfully live in the community safely, willingness to receive services, or request for a new Instructor.
4. Complete and submit time log, mileage and other compensation reports in a timely manner.
5. Perform all duties in a safe manner. Utilize Universal Precautions at all times. Use proper body mechanics when lifting. Never lift, push or pull over 50 pounds without assistance.
6. Report workplace safety issues, consumer injuries, consumer threats to staff or self, potential liabilities and worker injuries immediately to supervisor.
7. Complete LEBLANC training curriculum and other trainings as prescribed by administration.
8. Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
9. Abide by all agency policies and procedures as indicated in the Employee Handbook, Memorandums issued by company managers and Employee Training Manual.
Position/Title: Independent Living Instructor
Supervisor: Program Coordinator
Department: Supported Living Service
Jobs Supervised: None
Hours of Work: Full time hours yet days to be assigned based on consumer needs.
Salary Range: $21,120 - $40,000 per year (DOE)
Leblanc Consulting at a glance
Leblanc Consulting focuses on Consulting. Their company has offices in San Francisco, San Francisco Bay Area, Hayward, Concord, and Vallejo. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.
You can view their website at https://www.leblancconsulting.net/