Under the direct supervision of the Service Supervisor, the Personal Assistant Habilitation (PAB) worker is responsible for the care of Mastercare Inc. clientele in the privacy of the clients own home. The caregiver will visit the client's home and perform quality, compassionate care within the scope of clients care plan.
- Must have a CPR/FA certificate
- Must have Diploma or GED
- Must have TB clearance
- Must pass a background check and drug test
- Follow current written plan of care as established by Service Supervisor
- Assists in making DDID clients' lives easier and more comfortable
- Provides companionship and emotional support
- Assists and escorts to and from appointments/errands
- Assist and escorts to recreational events & outings. Participates in activities and functions as directed
- Helps maintain medication schedules; if needed.
- Communicates effectively both verbally and written with other staff, management, and clients
- Collects, reports and documents services provided in an accurate and timely manner
- Report changes in the client's condition, concerns, or incidents to the Service Supervisor in a timely manner
- Submits time cards/ activity sheet weekly
- Implements appropriate safety and infection control practices
- Must be physically able to perform the duties of the position, including lifting a minimum of 50 pounds with or without accommodations.
- The position requires frequent bending, stooping, crouching, sitting, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, and any movements associated with a standard home care client.
- Must be able to see and read printed materials.
- The position requires the abilities to communicate and interact with clients, supervisors, employees and must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
- Employees will be scheduled to meet the needs of Mastercare Clients within their home environments or out in the community in accordance with the clients care plan.
- Employees must utilize personal protective equipment when providing personal care where there risk to exposure to bloodborne pathogens and body fluids.
- Employees may be subject to unrestrained pets, clutter, or poor lighting and performing duties in homes with no air conditioning/ventilation