Aunni’s Health Care Services is coming to Columbus, Ohio! We are ramping up our team here in Ohio and are looking for other hard working individuals who want to join our team.
Direct Support Professional’s will provide services, such as assisting with daily living and home services, to individuals (in the individual’s home) who need assistance as a result of a disability and/or chronic illness. Services may include, but not limited to, light housecleaning, laundry, meal preparation, transportation, companionship, bathing, shaving, positioning, dressing, and respite. DSP’s are responsible for ensuring that service is delivered in a caring, professional, and respectful manner, in accordance with relevant agency policies and DODD (Department of Developmental Disabilities) standards.
Applicants must be able to pass a background check.
Applicant must be able to pass checks in:
- List of Excluded Individuals and Entities, from the U.S. Office of Inspector General.
- Ohio Sex Offender and Child Victim Database, from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
- DODD Abuser Registry Verification, from the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.
- Ohio Nurse Aide Registry, from the Ohio Department of Health.
- ODRC Inmates Database, from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.
- Ohio Department of Medicaid Exclusion & Suspension List.
- The United States general services administration system for award management database is the seventh required registry check.
- Ability to obtain and maintain First Aid, CPR – adult, child, and infant; delegated nursing. (training will be provided, if not already certified)
- Valid Ohio Driver’s License with Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
- No more than five points on driving record.
- Proof of auto insurance.
Certifications and experience a plus, but not required, as in-house training provided.
Before providing services to a person with disabilities, provider agency staff must successfully complete eight hours of training that includes the following topics:
- an overview of serving people with developmental disabilities, including implementation of individual service plans;
- the role and responsibilities of direct services staff with regard to services, including person-centered planning, community integration, self-determination, and self-advocacy;
- universal precautions for infection control, including hand-washing and the disposal of bodily waste;
- the rights of people with disabilities outlined in sections 5123.62 to 5123.64 of the Ohio Revised Code;
- and the requirements of OAC 5123-17-02, better known as the MUI Rule, including a health and welfare alerts issued by the department.
No experience needed.