- Develop and implement clients’ Individual Care Plans (ICP) and monitor their progress.
- Plan and co-ordinate therapeutic and training activities and events for clients using a pro-active, collaborative, creative and person-centred approach.
- Assist clients in performing areas of self-care such as feeding, grooming and toileting (including diaper changing) and in maintaining good standards of hygiene.
- Rotate in accompanying clients between SPD and the clients’ homes in a chartered van.
- Ensure client’s safety and well-being at all times.
- Maintain client’s attendance and administrative records, including ICPs, Case conference reports etc.
- Maintain effective and regular communication with parents, family members and/or caregivers.
- Support ad-hoc volunteer events/outings on weekends.
- Co-ordinate and participate in case conferences to discuss clients’ development and other related matters.
- At least an ‘O’ Level/’A’ Level/ITE Certification from a recognised educational institution.
- Relevant experience in the fields of Special Education or Social services is preferred.
- Experience in Community Service with exposure to youths/adults with disabilities is an added advantage.
- Good command of spoken and written English.
- Demonstrate a commitment to and an understanding of social inclusion as well as the values associated with promoting independence.
- Patient, positive and passionate about working with adults with disabilities.
- Strong commitment of care toward adults with disabilities and a positive mindset towards their development and growth.
- Self-motivated and keen to develop professionally.
- Work effectively both as an individual and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Able to do cross-Divisional work as necessary.