Responsible and energetic caregiver needed for 15-year-old boy with Asperger's Syndrome at the teen's home near Tysons Corner. The hours are roughly from 3:30-7:30 p.m., 3-4 days a week. The boy will need help with school work and staying on task, engaging in recreational activities/games, help with maintaining his safety in the home and the community, and promoting social skills. The teen is engaging, gentle, naïve, social but without much social skills, and loves animals and music.
Pay is $12-15. Applicants must drive. Experience with Aspies and/or special needs is preferred. Three recommendations are essential. Pls. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-560-3203.
George Mason University LIFE Program seeks energetic and enthusiastic students to work 1-on-1 with individuals with disAbilties in a vocational setting. As an employment support staff for the Mason LIFE Program (a post-secondary educational program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disAbilities) your primary responsibilities would include:
· Travelling to and from the worksite with the student
· Assisting the student at becoming more independent in their assigned vocational tasks
· Acting as a liaison between the organization and the student
· Model what it means to be a good employee
· Additional tasks as assigned
Looking for students to fill the following time slots:
Monday (8:30am-4:15pm) Tuesday (12:30-3:00)
Wednesday (8:30am-4:15pm) Thursday (12:30-3:00)
Pay rate is $8.00 per hour and students cannot exceed 20 hours per week. Please e-mail Andrew Hahn (Employment Coordinator) of the Mason LIFE Program at email@example.com in order to set up an interview to be considered for employment.
Seeking motivated individual to help teach a 10 year old boy with Autism and visual impairment. Wonderful learning opportunity for a student interested in the fields of Autism, special education, or behavioral psychology. Experience in behavioral therapy (Applied Behavioral Analysis) is helpful, but not necessary. Will be working jointly with Registered Behavior technicians (RBTs), BCBA (Board certified Behavior Analyst) and speech therapist. Also will be translating skills learned at school to the home environment. Focus will be on reduction of self-injurious behavior, teaching communication with sign language and speech-generating device, and increasing adaptive skills like toileting, dressing, etc.
We live in Vienna, about 15-20 minutes from campus (own car is helpful). Rate will be determined by level of experience and goodness of fit, but minimum rate of $12/hour. Hours are flexibile, but 3-7 pm on some weekdays as well as any weekend time available is what we are hoping for. Hoping for a start date in late August.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.