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Adult Day Program Supervisor-Intellectual Disabilities

PATH People Acting To Help, Inc.
Philadelphia, PA 19152
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To promote the mission of PATH to help individuals achieve a more independent and fulfilling life by managing an effective team to provide quality services. Responsible for the supervision of assigned staff and training and support of individuals in the program.


Lifting and transferring individuals, as needed.


BA Degree in Human Services or AS Degree or 60 credits from an accredited college; At least one year experience, including supervisory, working directly with people with intellectual disabilities; Driver's License and personal vehicle; Excellent clinical, interpersonal and writing skills. Thorough knowledge of Intellectual Disabilities Field and Best Practices


  1. Provide effective supervision of assigned staff and individuals adhering to the individual ratios
  2. Train staff in techniques and approaches that positively support individuals
  3. Complete performance appraisals of assigned Adult Day and Older Adult Services staff
  4. Assume primary programmatic responsibility in the absence of Program Manager or Program Director
  5. Meet regularly for supervision with your supervisor
  6. Participate in the interview and hiring process for Day Specialists as vacancies occur
  7. Conduct orientation of new staff to assure that staff are knowledgeable about individuals needs and services
  8. Plan for new and improved services in accordance with best practices
  9. Meet productivity standards of Adult Day and Older Adult Services
  10. Maintain and enforce compliance with DPW/ODP and Older Adult Services Licensing and ensure minimal citations
  11. Consistent with licensing regulations and the duties of a Program Specialist, complete and document the following duties:
    1. Serve as Program Specialist for assigned cases and maintain their individual records in compliance with agency, DPW and Older Adult Licensing standards
    2. Coordinate, complete and review assessments for assigned individuals
    3. Distribute the assessment and DP1050 (as appropriate) and transmittal 30 days before the ISP meeting
    4. Attend the ISP and ISP update meetings and participate in the development of the ISP, ISP Annual Update and all ISP revisions
    5. Fulfill the role of the Plan Lead, as needed
    6. Review the ISP, ISP Annual Update and all ISP revisions for accuracy and report content discrepancies to the support coordinator and plan team members
    7. Supervise, monitor and evaluate that services are provided as written in the ISP
    8. Coordinate the services provided to the individuals including training and activity planning in accordance with the ISP
    9. Review, sign and date the monthly documentation of an individuals participation and progress toward outcomes
    10. Report changes related to the individuals needs to the supports coordinator as applicable, and plan team members
    11. Review the ISP with the individuals as required and document that review
    12. Provide documentation of the plan review to the supports coordinator as applicable and the plan team members
    13. Inform the individual of the option to decline the ISP review
    14. Recommend revisions to services our outcomes in the ISP to the Supports Coordinator and plan team members
    15. Coordinate the training of Day Specialists to the content of health and safety needs relevant to each individual
    16. Provide fire safety training to DPW individuals on an annual basis and for Older Adult Services individuals on a quarterly basis
    17. Develop and implement quarterly reviews and monthly summaries for assigned individuals
  12. Attend, as needed, individual team meetings, QEST reviews, SIS meetings, Visions for Equality monitorings and Supports Coordination monitorings
  13. Ensure the cleanliness and orderliness of site is maintained at all times
  14. Appropriately schedule and ensure proper usage of the agency/program vehicles
  15. Monitor leave time of assigned staff and ensure program coverage
  16. In conjunction with Human Resources, participate in related investigations
  17. Refer all requests for references to Human Resources due to liability reasons
  18. Carefully review, follow up, correct and process all incident reports generated by Adult Day and Older Adult Services staff in a timely fashion


Posted: 2021-05-18 Expires: 2021-06-19

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Philadelphia, PA 19152

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