Marlon is looking for a Skills Trainer to help him prepare and clean up after dinner on weeknights and to assist him in getting him to appointments. The ideal candidate would have availability to work afternoons and early evenings during the week. This would be a part-time position at roughly 20 hours a week. The “perfect match” would be a mature person with a strong sense of self and an interest in cooking. Marlon is outgoing and social and would thrive with someone who has well-grounded and realistic expectations.
Are you looking for part-time hours with a lifelong impact?
Marlon has been supported by Communitas for over 10 years. He lives independently in his own apartment and had worked independently until the pandemic hit. Marlon is a great guy with many interests including swimming, bowling, walking, and spending time with friends and his very supportive family. You could help mentor him on his journey to a more independent life.
Family Support Skills Trainers support people to live a more independent life.
If you enjoy getting out in the community and doing fun activities, this could be the perfect place for you! Would you like to earn a competitive wage while supporting others to explore their communities? Then think about joining our Family Support Skills Trainer Team! To learn more about Family Support Skills Instructors and Respite Providers, visit our Career Opportunities page, or contact our Human Resources Associate Tanner Moquin at 781-587-2242.
Individualized, family-centered services, programs, and support
Successfully caring for a loved one with developmental disabilities requires a strong and reliable partner; one who will provide moral support and offer guidance through necessary steps in an effort to secure the right services and programs to fit your unique set of needs. Every family relationship we have is built on open one-on-one communication. We focus on relieving the stress of care-giving while enabling individuals to successfully live with their families across their lifespan and in their community.
Relationships, guidance, growth
With over six decades of experience providing assistance and strengthening families’ capacities to support their family members. We are experts that provide pertinent information and advocacy, help with the procurement and coordination of in-home support and coordinate networking opportunities.
A long history of empowering people
Founded in 1954 and formerly known as EMARC, Communitas has a long track record of advocating passionately. All while compassionately delivering services for people with disabilities that expand opportunities, empower people, support independence and enrich lives.