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Home Parents (Waco Campus)
WACO TX 76702
Category: Other
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Job code: lhw-e0-90671026

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  Job posted:   Thu Jun 7, 2018
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Home Parents (Waco Campus)
JOB SUMMARY Home Parents care for and supervise youth in placement and implement the MCH model of care in the group home. Home Parents must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to work with youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. This position requires respect and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in the work with youth. Home Parents must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and co-workers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all situations. Home Parents must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency s mission and core values. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ?Learn and effectively use the Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) model of care. ?Develop a relationship with each youth in care and proactively teach self-regulation techniques and acceptable ways to give and receive care. ?Know and teach youth the four MCH Rules and 10 MCH Life Skills. ?Use the IDEAL approach to discipline and appropriately intervene with youth who exhibit inappropriate behaviors or who need assistance in regulating their behavior. ?Work independently and in cooperation with other child care staff to provide a safe, clean, orderly home for youth in compliance with applicable licensing and accreditation standards. ?Supervise youth in care to ensure their safety and well-being and adjust the level of supervision according to the circumstances and needs of the youth in care. ?Ensure youth have the appropriate clothing, shoes, personal care supplies, and hygiene items needed for grooming, including encouragement and coaching on maintaining good hygiene. ?Help youth express fears and concerns, manage anxiety around family-related issues, and assist in processing daily events, traumatic events and those events related to their placement. ?Arrange for and take youth to the doctor, dentist, and other appointments. ?Dispense and document the administration of prescribed and over the counter medications. ?Assist in the planning, ordering, and preparation of healthy meals and snacks in the home. ?Support the participation of youth in spiritual development activities in the home and through services and programs offered by the Spiritual Development staff. ?Support the education of youth in care, participate in teacher conferences and provide assistance with homework as needed. ?Support the participation in academic, athletic and social extracurricular activities. ?Ensure that the recreational needs of each child/youth are met, including participation in age-appropriate activities in the community. ?Promote age-appropriate independence through instruction and coaching on self-care skills and participation in age-appropriate skill development activities. ?Manage agency funds, resources and equipment, assigned to and for their use, safely and according to agency policy and procedures. ?Complete required documentation to promote safe child care and sound home management. ?Ensure all facilities and equipment are clean, organized and maintained. WORKING CONDITIONS This is a 24-hour per day live-in position with a living space provided in the group home. The typical schedule is seven days on and seven days off with no paid holidays as holidays are incorporated into the regular schedule. Home Parents are on duty throughout the waking hours, but are able to rest or take care of personal matters when youth are not in their care such as while attending school. Home Parents must be available to return to the duty if youth need to return

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