Attendant Care Provider
As an Attendant Care (ATC) provider you’ll be assisting your client with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as; transporting client from bed to wheel chair, bathing, clothing, feeding and being the person the client completely depends on when a parent is not available. Being an Attendant Care provider requires you to obtain Direct Care Worker (DCW) training certification as well as provide care notes which are submitted at the beginning of each month. Only Attendant Care providers are required to obtain Direct Care Worker (DCW) training certification but you can begin working without DCW training certification as long as you are working toward obtaining the certification within 90 days of being hired.
Attendant Care Providers can make $12.50 per hour.
Please bring the following to your interview:
We want you to be ready to get to work right away! Please review the list of required items below to see what you’ll need to hit the ground running.
Driver’s License or State Issued ID Card
Social Security Card or Birth Certificate
First Aid Certificate
CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) Certificate
Article 9. Managing Inappropriate Behaviors
Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card
Are you missing anything from the required items list?
If you’re missing or expired for any of the items listed above we will sign you up and even help to pay for the training you need for:
(we’ll help you sign up but you will be responsible to pay the $75 fee)
**You certainly may interview and move forward with the hiring process without the above required items but you will not be able to start working until you have obtained them.**
We look forward to meeting you here in the office and cannot wait to get to know you in the interview! Please respond to confirm your receipt and feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns or if needing to reschedule at all.