Owen Health Care is a state-licensed agency and is accredited by The Joint Commission as a health care agency. We provide compassionate, quality, and affordable health care services to adults with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders, as well as to all individuals with disabilities–including children and the elderly. In our organization, we are passionate about helping people, dedicated to the health and well-being of all the clients we serve and committed to ensuring the best quality of care.
Our highly qualified interdisciplinary team, including Certified Home Health Aides, Personal Care Aides/Individual Support Workers, Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs), Licensed Social Workers (LSWs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs), Licensed Associate Counselors (LACs), Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs), Board Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBAs), Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Counselors (LCADCs), and Support Coordinators, will provide the highest quality care with compassion, commitment, and integrity. They are committed to help improve our clients’ quality of life, restore health, and help promote and maintain independence.
Individual support workers are responsible for one-on-one teaching sessions with young children with developmental and intellectual disabilities using a variety of applied behavior analysis techniques. Individual support workers provide services at a child’s home. Supervision and training are provided by the Program Coordinator. Other job requirements are listed below;
1. Provide assistance to behavioral therapists in developing behavioral therapy programs.
2. Provide behavioral interventions to children and adolescents in home and community settings.
3. Implement an individualized service plan for each child.
4. Manage and work with youth with behavioral problems.
5. Develop and initiate safety standards for youth at all times.
6. Monitor, record, and document observations of youth behavior.
7. Modify daily activities of youth appropriate to behavioral interventions.
8. Instruct youth on positive behavioral aspects.
9. Maintain and manage a clean and safe environment for youth.
10. Develop and initiate appropriate recreational activities for youth.
Qualifications: Ideal applicants should have experience teaching/working with children and/or adolescents, good interpersonal skills, be able to maintain good working relationships with families and other professionals, knowledge of developmental and intellectual disabilities, have good time management skills, and enjoy working with kids. Job-specific training is provided.
Educational Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree