Provides instruction, supports and positive role modeling to individuals with varying developmental disabilities and/or acquired brain injury living in their own homes. Encourages the development of life, social, and recreational skills, as well as community access and healthcare. Provides direct, active and constructive interactions with individuals in cooperation with staff, team members, clinical consultants, community members, families and managers.
Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Education in psychology, social work, special education, or other related field preferred. Prior human services or relevant life experience preferred of at least 2 years. Valid driver’s license in the state of Massachusetts.