Basic Job Description:
Assist professionals from a wide variety of fields, such as psychology, rehabilitation, or social work, to provide client services, as well as support for families. May assist clients in identifying available benefits and social and community services and help clients obtain them. May assist social workers with developing, organizing, and conducting programs to prevent and resolve problems relevant to substance abuse, human relationships, rehabilitation, or adult daycare.
1) Meet with youth groups to acquaint them with consequences of delinquent acts.
2) Transport and accompany clients to shopping area and to appointments, using automobile.
3) Explain rules established by owner or management, such as sanitation and maintenance requirements, and parking regulations.
4) Observe and discuss meal preparation and suggest alternate methods of food preparation.
5) Demonstrate use and care of equipment for tenant use.
6) Consult with supervisor concerning programs for individual families.
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7) Monitor free, supplementary meal program to ensure cleanliness of facility and that eligibility guidelines are met for persons receiving meals.
8) Observe clients' food selections and recommend alternate economical and nutritional food choices.
9) Inform tenants of facilities, such as laundries and playgrounds.
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10) Care for children in client's home during client's appointments.
11) Assist in locating housing for displaced individuals.
12) Assist clients with preparation of forms, such as tax or rent forms.
13) Assist in planning of food budget, utilizing charts and sample budgets.
14) Provide information on and refer individuals to public or private agencies and community services for assistance.
15) Keep records and prepare reports for owner or management concerning visits with clients.
16) Visit individuals in homes or attend group meetings to provide information on agency services, requirements and procedures.
17) Advise clients regarding food stamps, child care, food, money management, sanitation, and housekeeping.
18) Submit to and review reports and problems with superior.
19) Oversee day-to-day group activities of residents in institution.
20) Interview individuals and family members to compile information on social, educational, criminal, institutional, or drug history.
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Holland / RIASEC Career Code: S-C-A SOC: 21-1093.00