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Program Specialist-Medical Track 4021R (Joliet, IL)


Program Specialist: Medical Track

Location: Joliet, IL

Program or Service: Residential Networks

Schedule/Shift: Full-time; M-F 2:30-10:30 p.m.; with two weekends a month 

Description: Make a difference! Be a part of a team that assists people with intellectual disabilities to flourish! The Program Specialist is involved in providing supports in the area of activities of daily living and assisting with goal attainment for people supported in such domains as personal care, recreation/leisure, vocational, home/household, and/or community awareness and integration. Overtime is often available.


  1. Work with the team to ensure that all medical recommendations are followed as prescribed through onsite observations and trainings.
  2. Assist persons served with personal care, meals, bathing and daily activities both in their home and in the community.
  3. Completes daily observations through the electronic documentation system and other necessary forms or documents, including incident and accident reports.
  4. Participates and interacts with individuals in various activities as specified in Individual Service Plans and Social Transition Plans. Collect and document data as it relates to objectives.
  5. Transports persons served to and from appointments and activities using the agency vehicle as needed 
  6. Complete initial and ongoing medication training; administer medication as prescribed
  7. Monitors and charts weights and vitals of the persons served in the homes.
  8. Assist with maintaining the medical records and filing
  9. Tracking, documenting, and administering care to persons served. This could include such things as repositioning, following prescribed diets, assisting with occupational/physical therapy, and personal goals and objectives.

Minimum Qualifications: Experience with supporting persons with intellectual disabilities preferred, High school diploma, active driver’s license

Contact: Email resume to Stephanie Woodward at