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If you are a caring, dedicated individual, and you want to make a difference in the lives of others, one of these positions might be right for you!


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District 23/Suncoast District - Counties Include: De Soto, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Sarasota Ever Care Services.

Wanted - Care Givers for new group home on beach. Must have CPR, First Aid, Med Adm, HIV. All required background checks and courses. All shifts available. Excellent compensation commiserate upon experience. For more information, Contact Mary Jo at 727-449-7045 Email: MHscan@aol.com

Community Support Network, Inc.

Responsible, self-directed people are needed to work for a progressive company with a great reputation and history of positive results. We currently need an open-minded professional to provide case management services in Upper Pinellas and Pasco Counties for individuals with developmental challenges.  In addition, we currently have an opening in Hillsborough County.  We also provide services in all of Pinellas County.

Send resumes to: mgroutage@tampabay.rr.com
Or Mail to: Community Support Network, Inc.
2749 1st. Ave. N. St. Petersburg, Florida 33713

APD - Agency for persons with disabilities
Support Solution Services, llc.

We are looking for a caregiver that would like to do Supported Living coach for one of our clients. Person must be very dependable and have Supported Living coach experiance. Please Call for more information
Call: Felicia Garcia (813) 770-2751

APD - Agency for persons with disabilities Hannah House

Caregiver position for Behavior Group Home. Must have clean drivers license and clean Level II background check. Also must have one year experience in the field for Developmental Disabilities. Zero Tolerance and Med Admin/Validation required to start.

Email Resume to hannahhouse@tampabay.rr.com

APD area 13 Restore Health Services Inc.

Restore Health Services is a licensed Nurse Registry that provides a person centered approach to our consumer needs.  Our goal is to help families make the most of their time and lighten any care giving responsibilities. Our staff consists of experienced Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Home Health aides and Companions.  Some of our services include Personal Care Assistance to children 21 and under that are Medicaid eligible as well as Homemaker, Companion, Personal Care and Respite services to those on the Aging Adult and Elderly waiver.  Looking for quality care? We are available 24/7, contact Jennifer Merritt at (352) 508-5915.  
Email: restorehealthservices@yahoo.com

We are looking for Individuals with HHA/CNA Certification for elderly care as well as individuals with at least one year experience working with individuals with disabilities

Apply online to work at Restore Health Services

APD - Agency for persons with disabilitiesAGSmith Inc.

AGSmith, Inc. is a Support Coordination agency in Hillsborough county offering case management to individuals on either the Med-Waiver or CDC+ program. We are looking for a responsible, self motivated person to work with individuals with developmental disabilities in accessing and coordinating supports and services that best supports and challenges the individual’s dreams and goals. Applicants must have completed both the statewide pre-service training as well as the Region/Area specific training and have a least one year experience as a Support Coordinator. Resumes can be sent to holly@agsmith.com
or faxed to (813) 237-8999.

Behavior Analysts Needed

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