Family Caregiver Coordinator
Why work at Parker Personal Care Homes and what can we offer you?
We can offer you a diverse community and opportunities for growth! As a community, people share each other’s triumphs and struggles. As an organization that takes pride in the community we’ve created, we are determined to remain true to our core values. We provide extensive training along with hands-on learning opportunities to our employees. As a larger organization, there are lots of opportunities for growth here, and we are always excited to promote from within. Our goal is to maintain a culture of happiness, career satisfaction and personal growth – all while providing excellent services to our customers.
PPCH Mission: Our mission is to build an inclusive and supportive community for the people we serve, and we are doing just that, one individual at a time.
Come be a part of our community and help us continue building it, one individual at a time!
We’re Looking Forward to Hearing From You!!
Job Type: Full-time
Position Description: Enhances the quality of life for customers with intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD) who choose to receive services in their family home and/or from a paid family member. Supports people in creating the lives they desire by facilitating successful services. Acts as liaison between individuals receiving services, paid Family Caregivers, family members, and team members to ensure the pursuit of the individual’s goals and choices.Essential Duties:
1. Ensures that the self-expression, self-worth, self-reliance, and decision making of individuals on caseload is supported and respected through Family Caregiver services.
* Fosters collaboration with individuals receiving services, their loved ones, Family Caregivers, and their support team.
* Ensures that training, resources, and work environment are provided to support individuals’ receiving services in pursuing their goals, activities of interest, and social interactions.
* Ensures implementation of the Annual Plans and Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSPs) for people receiving services.
* Continually evaluates and assesses the programs’ strengths and weaknesses to improve services and supports using a person-centered approach.
2. Supports a culture where individuals receiving services are healthy, safe, and valued by others.
* Models and teaches respect for others, including individuals in services, Family Caregivers, guardians and loved ones, and team members.
* Ensures the safety and well-being of individuals receiving services by providing onboarding, oversight, guidance, and resources to customers and Family Caregivers.
* Ensures that the preferences of individuals receiving Family Caregiver services are considered, and that homes are cleaned and maintained according to standards.
* Oversight of respite use by Family Caregivers.
* Conducts required assessments of individuals receiving services and ensures prompt follow-up when deficiencies or areas for improvement are found.
3. Responsibility for compliance with PPCH policies, and the rules and regulations of State and Federal oversight agencies.
* Ensures billing, documentation, and recordkeeping meets standards of PPCH and State and Federal agencies.
* Oversight of and responsibility for current and complete Family Caregiver tracking and documentation.
* Conducts regular visits to homes to ensure that individuals receiving services are safe, healthy, satisfied with services, and that the setting meets all quality standards.
* Ensures Family Caregivers have completed required trainings, including annual refreshers, according to established timelines.
* Maintains knowledge and understanding of PPCH and other regulating agencies’ policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and guidelines.
Education and Training:
* Bachelor’s degree in related field strongly preferred.
* 5 years’ work experience in the field of I/DD preferred.
* One year experience working in the Colorado Developmental Disabilities System required.