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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

THE COMMUNITY ACCESS CENTER IS RECRUITING FOR PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANTS

This is a great opportunity for medical or social service students to acquire experience.

Seeking individuals to assist persons with disabilities of all ages in daily living activities such as personal care, driving, housekeeping, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Personal care experience or medical experiences required;
Nursing background preferred;
Must be 18 years or older;
Own car desirable, but not required;
Good Work References.

Please note: May require traveling outside Riverside County area, which would require reliable transportation and car insurance.

MUST BE DEPENDABLE, PATIENT AND PHYSICALLY FIT IN MOST CASES

Wages will vary with experience, some cases paid by state. We are seeking personal assistants for the Western Riverside County areas.

Riverside, Corona, Moreno Valley, Perris, Lake Elsinore, etc.

For additional information, please contact Sherry Thibodeaux at: (951) 323-8107

A short video on what Disability Support Worker does

  A disability worker provides personal, physical and emotional support to disabled people who require assistance with daily living. They provide assistance with showering, dressing and eating, and often facilitate or assist with outings and other social activities. The level of assistance provided will depend on the ability and health of the client. Care may also include assistance with self-medication and arranging activities to enhance the client's physical, emotional and intellectual development.

COMMUNITY ACCESS & DISABILITY CENTER

6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150, Riverside, CA 92506

(951) 274-0358 - Voice

(951) 274-0833 - FAX

(951) 274-0834 - TDD


Community Access Center Never Charges A Fee For Services Provided.

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Investigation of discrimination claims and mediation on behalf of people with disabilities in order to resolve conflicts that impede the attainment of needed benefits and services.

 


Consumer Rights Notification
Every consumer of the Community Access Center has the right to appeal any decision which denies you service. (NOTE: The appeal must follow certain guidelines and time limitations; ask your service provider for a copy of the procedure).If you desire representation in addressing your concerns/dissatisfaction with the Community Access Center (CAC), you have the right to contact the Client Assistance Program (CAP) for assistance. Contact the CAP at 1 (800) 776-5746, (and for the hearing impaired their TTY 1 (800) 576-9269), and you will be referred to a Client Assistance Program not connected with CAC. This will prevent any potential conflict of interest.