(Full-time and part-time positions available.)
Acting under the direction of the Adult Day Program Supervisor, the ADP Trainer is responsible for providing direct services to individuals with developmental disabilities in a community-based day program setting. The ADP Trainer is responsible for understanding the goals and objectives of the individuals served as outlined in the individuals’ Individual Program Plans (IPPs) and Individual Service Plans (ISPs). The ADP Trainer ensures the safety, care, and welfare of individuals served by the program and promotes increased independence by teaching activities of daily living through planned curriculum, providing assistance with self-care and hygiene, as well as meeting other personal needs.
The ADP Trainer is responsible for adhering to California Code of Regulations, Titles 17 and 22, Consumer Rights, and all aspects of the Individual Service Plan (ISP) process.
Full-time employees working over 30 hours per week are offered competitive benefits including: •Health, Vision and dental insurance •Life insurance •Paid vacation •Paid sick leave