Provides instruction, supervision, training and direct assistance based on each individual's service plan. Promotes positive behaviors and interactions with all individuals.
High school diploma or equivalent with six months of related experience or one full year of college education in human services. Subject to Background checks including; Fingerprinting, New York State Child Abuse Registry, and Driver's License (if position requires driving). Must meet LAI's Vehicle Operator Requirements. Physical ability to lift and transfer individuals with disabilities. Must be able to successfully complete all required trainings including but not limited to First Aid, CPR, Medication Administration and SCIP (Strategies for Crisis Intervention Prevention)