Overnight and Weekend Residential Asst/DDS
Continuum of Care - Developmental Disabilities Services Division
Available Positions -Overnight and Weekend Open Positions FT and PT
Various Programs - Continuum Living Arrangement, Supportive Living Arrangement, Continuous Residential Support and Individualized Home Support Group Homes
Positions Available in the following locations:
Bridgeport, Bristol, Hamden, Meriden, Middletown, New Haven, Southington, and Wolcott, CT, Lebanon, CT
Position Summary: Assists in providing counseling and supportive services for clients in the program. Provides transportation to medical/psychiatric appointments, day programs, and psychosocial rehabilitation programs as needed. Assists in providing hands-on instruction with activities of daily living as required by the individual client. Performs other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements: High School Diploma plus 3-5 years of experience service in related field or prior experience necessary. Additional certifications in CPR, PMT, First Aid, and Medication Administration Required.Must be able to work weekend shifts. EOE.
Fulltime, Part time and Per diem Shifts
Company Description Continuum is a private not-for-profit agency located in New Haven, Connecticut. Established in 1966, our fundamental mission is to provide comprehensive residential support, housing development, acute services, and home healthcare services that enable persons with psychiatric and developmental disabilities to live as fully and independently in the community as possible.
Continuum of Care, Inc. is dedicated to providing comprehensive residential case management, crisis services, and housing support services to adults challenged by psychiatric disabilities, intellectual disabilities, homelessness, and substance abuse treatment needs while maintaining their rights and dignities as productive members of society.
Through consultation with family members, home healthcare providers, clinical and community providers, roommates and friends, the Continuum of Care staff will develop an Individualized Service Plan that identifies specific personal goals and objectives for the individual's recovery.