Direct Support Professional - Thorp

For over 30 years, Aurora has been a leader in providing customized services that support individuals with disabilities, chronic mental illness, and traumatic brain injuries in residential settings. We value employees that are passionate about making people smile every day by empowering them to live as independently as possible. We are currently looking for staff to work in our residential group homes in our Thorp, WI.
The services we provide require a dedicated staff that is committed to utilizing behavioral support programs, aiding with self care, or performing essential duties, while maintaining the consumer's dignity.
Seek out opportunities for community/social integration
Help consumers plan and prepare their choices of fun events and outings
Assisting with self care- dressing, bathing or showering, brushing teeth, toileting, shaving
Medication Administration
Meal Preparation/Planning
Transpiration of consumers
Follow individual service plans
Other duties as assigned
Essential Functions/Requirements:
18 years of age
Acceptable Background Character Verification
Valid drivers license and acceptable driving record for consumer transport
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Must be able to twist, turn, squat, bend, reach, pull, push from high/low position, raise arms above shoulder, walk, sit (chair and floor), climb stairs, and use hands and fingers
Communicate basic English
Basic reading, writing, and internet navigation skills
If you are looking to make a difference, join the Aurora team!
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