Fretzpark Homes Inc., provides services to amazing individuals with Developmental Disabilities.
If you find it rewarding to assist individuals with their daily living skills, then we would like to hear from you. We are looking for devoted, energetic employees, to work with our clients in their homes, as well as out in the community.
Experience & Training is preferred, but not required. Reliable auto transportation, along with a clean MVR is a must! We are a FELONY free company, so an OSBI background check will be ran. If you meet the listed requirements and are interested, stop by and fill out an application Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Please bring any training you have such as CPR/FA, MAT, College of Direct Support training, etc, OK Driver’s License, Social Security card, and Proof of Motor Vehicle Insurance.
We are located at 4232 N Santa Fe Ave. OKC, OK 73118
We offer Health, Dental, Life, Vision and AFLAC.
Please come to our office to fill out an application!
Trains and documents habilitation goal as in the individual plan and in accordance with the implementation strategy.
Assist in preparation of meals for the service recipient and follow diet plans if required by individual program.
Administer the service recipient his/her medication in accordance with M.A.T standards and as directed by a physician.
Must follow Service recipients Behavior Support Plan (BSP) and complete the required documentation.
Keep the home of the service recipient clean and free of any hazards at all times.
Attend all meeting, in-services, and classes that are required by Fretzpark Homes and DDS.
Be an advocate for the service recipient and report any violations to the House Manager.
During travel make sure the service recipient and you wear seat belts.
Any incident reports need to be completed and turned in to your supervisor or program coordinator the day of the incident.
Participate with all staff in formulating and implementing all matters pertaining to the operation of the home and the Service Recipient(s) progress.
Actively participate in staff meetings, workshops and special meetings on such details as may be required.
Discharge delegated responsibilities and report at staff meetings on such details as may be required.
Be an advocate for all Service Recipients(s).
Document on proper forms all activity pertaining to the welfare of the home or Service Recipient(s) in the following areas:
- Service Recipient visitor movement to or from home
- Unusual incidents involving Service Recipient(s), staff or other persons affecting the home.
- Seizures, accidents, or other medical emergencies.
- Noticeable changes in the Service Recipient(s) conduct, either positive or negative, in the daily log.
- All necessary forms pertaining to the Service Recipients(s) programs.
Provide activities or programs for the Service Recipient(s) when they are home.
Organize, supervise and interact with the Service Recipient(s) in their daily active treatment program.
Transport the Service Recipient(s) to community activities.
Know and follow emergency home procedures for fire, tornadoes, accidents, or other serious incidents affecting the Service Recipient(s).
Assist guardians/parents in understanding and working towards implementing the normalization principal when in contact with the Service Recipient(s).
Maintain the quality of the home by taking the initiative in cleaning of the home, property and grounds when needed or required.
Fill out and maintain time sheets according to agency Policies & Procedures and the budgeted hours at work site. Submit time sheets to the administrative office by 10:00 am on each due date.
Fill out and maintain Mileage Reports accurately, according to agency Policies and Procedures, and ensure these are prepared correctly in accordance with the work site budget, and are turned in to the administrative office on the first of the month.
Any other duties assigned by House Manager, PC, or other management personnel.
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