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Any questions please call 314-458-8272 or 314-938-6545.
HSHSL HOUSE SUPERVISOR prefers a Bachelor’s degree and at least one year of qualifying
experience in working directly with persons with disabilities. HSHSL’s orientation will be
provided within one week of employment.
HOUSE SUPERVISOR-recommended training within first 6 months of employment will include
Best Practices Training as offered through the St. Louis Regional Office. These series of
trainings will include, but is not limited to: ISP, Positive Behavior Support and Medicaid
Waiver. In addition to Best Practices Training, HOUSE SUPERVISOR level staff will
demonstrate an understanding of core trainings, which include: CPR/First Aid, Medication
Administration Level 1 and CPI or MANDT. Within one year the HOUSE SUPERVISOR level
staff will complete various management skills trainings, for example: Motivation, Basic
Management Skills, and possibly Interviewing Skills.
In addition, the HOUSE SUPERVISOR is required to read and be familiar with the HOUSE
SUPERVISOR Resource Guide.
Individual Support Plan (ISP) Related Functions:
Actively participating in the individualized support planning (ISP) process.
Provide supervision and training to direct support employees regarding implementation
of the ISP.
Design support and teaching strategies (e.g., training plans, teaching methods) for
implementation. Ensure support and teaching strategies are referenced in the consumer’s
Make changes to support teaching strategies to ensure progress toward achievement of
outcomes and action steps.
Regularly monitor the implementation of the ISP.
Make necessary changes to the ISP outcomes based on the collection of data, direct
support employees’ feedback and observations of the consumer working toward plan
outcomes. Outcomes may only be changed with the approval of the person, their
guardian and other members of the interdisciplinary team.
Ensures that services and supports are provided as specified in the ISP.
Provide Service Coordinator with monthly reports on progress.
Facilitate opportunities for natural supports.
Qualified Developmental Disability Professional (HOUSE SUPERVISOR)
Job Description (cont.)
Document specific HOUSE SUPERVISOR activities provided to the consumer.
Maintain communication with family members, guardians, staff, service coordinator and
Regional Office about policies, issues or concerns.
Environmental reviews completed and documented correctly (e.g., safety drills, water
temperatures, and MARs).
Consumer Records-Related Functions:
Maintain and keep current: Consumer profile data with emergency contact numbers,
copies of the Medicaid/Medicare cards, current Release of Information forms, consent
forms, choice statements and signed consumer rights statement, copies of guardianship
paperwork, financial records to include documentation supporting account spending,
personal spending and petty cash spending, daily progress notes, monthly reviews and
other consumer-related documentation as referred to in consumer-related functions,
Maintain confidentiality of all consumers’ Protected Health Information used for
treatment, payment, health, etc. as set up by the Health Insurance Portability Accountable
Act of 1996 (HIPPA).
Maintain medical information to include documentation of: annual physical, dental and
PPD screening, vision screening as recommended by the screening physician, lab results,
Hepatitis B screening, immunizations, signed physician orders for all medications
prescribed and side effects of all medications.
Controlled Drug Counts - if count is off on a controlled substance, this should be noted,
and the HOUSE SUPERVISOR should notify the Director. Then the Director and the
HOUSE SUPERVISOR should ensure the correct law enforcement is contacted if a
medication is missing.
Other duties as assigned