Companion and

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Companion Services

If you enjoy caring for others, you may find your place with Aveanna providing Companion Services to those who are developmentally delayed or intellectually disabled. Your job may include providing transportation, supporting a client as they go to an outing, or even just providing companionship such as playing games or other activities. This is an opportunity to provide valuable help and feel good about what you’re doing.

Aveanna is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

This is the perfect time to join a growing pediatric home care company! Aveanna is in search of Personal Care Assistants to join our team. Working with Aveanna will challenge you, improve your clinical and assessment skills, and give you the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life.

  • Full-time or part-time positions
  • Competitive salary, health insurance, and benefits package
  • Flexible scheduling options
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • One-on-one care

Following a plan of treatment, you will help your client learn life skills, live more independently, and participate in activities for daily living. Aveanna helps provide any training and support you need to get started.

  • Provide behavioral support assessment and services as prescribed by the physician.
  • Follow policies and procedures, and conform to all applicable patient care standards, licensure regulations, and state laws.
  • Provide a written evaluation defining behavior support needs, goals, and expected outcomes in conjunction with ISP.
  • Assist interdisciplinary team members in understanding the significant social and emotional factors related to patient behavioral issues, family and habilitation/companion worker response, and care at home.
  • Provide initial evaluation to determine appropriateness and safety of client and environment.
  • Review progress notes from paraprofessionals to determine appropriate service delivery.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of patient’s medical status, and update self on patient/family status as needed or requested.
  • Maintain effective communication between staff, health care team members, and family.
  • Assist patients/families in utilizing community resources that will promote optimum financial and emotional support.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
  1. Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  2. Current and unrestricted certification or proof of training, as required by the state.
  3. Current CPR certification.
  4. Current completion of child abuse clearance and fingerprinting.
  5. Good organizational and communication skills.
  6. Minimum of one year of experience preferred.

Home Health Aide (HHA)

If you are a compassionate, caring person who has a heart for the pediatric and adult population, then we are looking for you. Every Home Health Aide (HHA) is a critical part of our team-oriented care. As a Aveanna HHA, you will assist our patients with mobility, assist with care, and help keep the living environment clean and comfortable.

Aveanna is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

This is the perfect time to join a growing pediatric home care company! Aveanna is in search of HHAs to join our team. Working with Aveanna will challenge you, improve your clinical and assessment skills, and give you the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life.

  • Full-time or part-time positions
  • Competitive salary, health insurance, and benefits package
  • Flexible scheduling options
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • One-on-one care

Working in the home environment, you are responsible for the delivery of quality patient care according to the patient’s individual physician orders. Your care may involve activities of daily living, assessments, administering prescribed treatments and therapies, care coordination, communication with other members of the patient’s multidisciplinary team, supply management, emergency management, health promotion, and teaching and training family members.

  • Assisting the patient with assigned tasks according to the care plan
  • Bathing, grooming, dressing (includes braces and prostheses)
  • Skin care and nail care (excludes cutting of nails)
  • Ambulation/transfer assistance
  • I&O monitoring
  • Range of motion exercises
  • Vital signs and weights
  • Catheter and bowel care
  • Meal preparation, and assisting with dietary and nutritional needs
  • General light housekeeping, laundry, and shopping specific to patient
  • Observing and reporting significant changes in patient’s condition to supervisor
  • Completing all documentation upon completion of shift
  • Processing time according to policy
  • Turning in documentation on a weekly basis
  • Accompanying the patient to medical providers
  • Maintaining a mature and responsible relationship with staff, patients and families
  • Assisting with wheelchairs, and other medical equipment and devices (non-life support)
  1. Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  2. Current and unrestricted certification or proof of training as required by the state.
  3. Current CPR certification.
  4. Current with continuing education if required by state.
  5. High school diploma or GED.
  6. Demonstrated proficiency in documentation and compliance with aide care plan and policies and procedures.
  7. Good organizational and communication skills.

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