The Direct Care Staff, (aka HTS) is the heart and soul of providing services for people who have developmental disabilities. It is the HTS worker who helps make it possible for people with developmental disabilities to achieve their goals in life, and live as independently as possible.

 

The Direct Care Staff may provide assistance to individuals who need help with daily living skills such as getting ready for the day, preparing meals, eating, or going to medical or dental appointments. Other activities of direct care staff are aimed at building life skills such as community involvement, activity development and training in social interaction.

 

If you would like the opportunity to:
• Make a positive impact in the lives of others and belong to a community of caring people,
• Experience personal growth and satisfaction in helping others achieve their personal goals,
• Establish long-term relationships that enrich your life and the lives of others for years to come,
• Enjoy sharing your life skills,
• Work where you are challenged and appreciated like you've never been before,
• Be part of a team helping individuals grow --

 

Who would make a great Direct Care Staff?  Maybe You!

  • Student
  • Homemaker
  • Retiree
  • Parent
  • Grandparent/sister/brother
  • Friend/Neighbor
  • Person ready for a change

Whatever your life experiences, you could benefit by:

  • Receiving continuous education at Tulsa's leading higher education campuses,
  • Helping someone accomplish goals they might not otherwise achieve,
  • Having the opportunity to work during hours that suit your particular situation,
  • Helping others make life choices,
  • Joining a caring community where you can work hard caring for others and being cared about in return,
  • Pursuing the possibility of advancement through training and education that could lead to a career in the human services field,
  • Really making a difference in someone else's life!

The Direct Care Staff, (aka HTS) is the heart and soul of providing services for people who have developmental disabilities. It is the HTS worker who helps make it possible for people with developmental disabilities to achieve their goals in life, and live as independently as possible.

 

The Direct Care Staff may provide assistance to individuals who need help withdaily living skills such as getting ready for the day, preparing meals, eating, or going to medical or dental appointments. Other activities of direct care staff are aimed at building life skills such as community involvement, activity development and training in social interaction.

 

If you would like the opportunity to:

• Make a positive impact in the lives of others and belong to a community of caring people,
• Experience personal growth and satisfaction in helping others achieve their personal goals,
• Establish long-term relationships that enrich your life and the lives of others for years to come,
• Enjoy sharing your life skills,
• Work where you are challenged and appreciated like you've never been before,
• Be part of a team helping individuals grow --

 

Who would make a great Direct Care Staff?  Maybe You!

  • Student
  • Homemaker
  • Retiree
  • Parent
  • Grandparent/sister/brother
  • Friend/Neighbor
  • Person ready for a change

Whatever your life experiences, you could benefit by:

  • Receiving continuous education at Tulsa's leading higher education campuses,
  • Helping someone accomplish goals they might not otherwise achieve,
  • Having the opportunity to work during hours that suit your particular situation,
  • Helping others make life choices,
  • Joining a caring community where you can work hard caring for others and being cared about in return,
  • Pursuing the possibility of advancement through training and education that could lead to a career in the human services field,
  • Really making a difference in someone else's life!