Objective: To teach children and their families life skills so they can be happy, healthy, and a positive part of their family.  We accomplish this by working with both the child and their family on building the skills the child needs in order to succeed.


  • Provide one-on-one time with an assigned child on a weekly basis.
  • Work with family members, extended family members, school personnel, and other adults involved with the child.
  • Participate in community based activities to teach the child hands-on life skills.
  • Follow the child's service plan to reach the goals set for the child.
  • Maintain progress notes on daily activities with the child.
  • Meet with the child's clinician to review their progress.
  • Make and return phone calls related to the child as needed.
  • Complete reviews as necessary.
  • Complete 20 hours of professional development per year.
  • Become CPR/FIrst Aid and CPI certified.
  • Must be PRA certified or become PRA certified within 30 months.

Educational Requirements:   Must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Hours:   As arranged with assigned family and/or school.

Pay Range: $15.00 - $18.00/DOE in the school and $18.00 - $20.00 in the community