Explore a Career as Direct Support Professional
• Excellent Benefits • Competitive Pay
• $1000 Sign-on Bonus • Generous Paid-Time Off
All of our DSP’s receive extensive training through an evidence-based curriculum that teaches them how to deliver compassionate, person centered care for adults with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include personal care, transportation, record keeping and community outings.
Interested in learning more about working in our 24-hour Residential Services Program, which provides family-like homes for people with developmental disabilities? Contact Helena Jones at (503) 856-7004 or [email protected]
Jeff was born with intellectual and developmental disabilities, but that doesn’t stop him from living life to the fullest. Jeff has called Catholic Community Services’ Chan House his home for more than 30 years. He previously lived in the Fairview Training Center and, just as its doors were closing, Chan House was built.
Adam was born oxygen deprived, leaving him with severe life-long care needs. Adam’s family accepted this situation and always supported him and loved him for who he is – a special person who deserves to live his life to its fullest. When Adam was 20 years old, his family moved him to Catholic Community Services’ Walker Home, a place where Adam’s continuum of needs could be met and his full potential reached.
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