IHSS Provider

Individual Personal Supports Services, Inc. (IPS) has been providing services and supports to individuals with developmental disabilities since 2001.? Within the California Department of Developmental Services Regional Center System, IPS works with people with Intellectual Disabilities, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy and other similar conditions. ?

The mission of IPS is to provide individualized support for each person to live and work as independently as possible.? The individuals that we support in their own homes are eligible for In Home Support Services (IHSS) through the Department of Social Services (DSS).? Our role is to assist them with obtaining and coordinating their IHSS with our services. ?

IPS is seeking people already approved by DSS to be an IHSS Provider for a 59 year old female who has a mild intellectual disability, is legally blind and uses a wheelchair.? She resides in West Covina and needs support afternoons/evenings, weekends and holidays.

Responsibilities of the IHSS Provider include: ??

  • Personal care such as dressing, bathing, grooming, feeding, toileting;

  • House cleaning;

  • Preparing meals and snacks and meal clean-up;

  • Shopping for groceries and supplies, errands;

  • Laundry;

  • Accompaniment to and from medical appointments and other appointments;

  • Paramedical services such as first aid, wound/skin care, assistance with taking medications;

  • Ambulation and getting in/out of vehicles

  • Transferring in/out of bed and/or on/off wheelchair or seats;

  • Documentation of tasks and hours worked.

Previous Education:

? ? ? 1.? High School Diploma or General Educational Development (GED) high school equivalency.

Ongoing Education and Training:

? ? ? 1.? Certification in First Aid and CPR.

? ? ? 2.? Completion of the IHSS Provider Orientation.

Experience: ?

1.? Previous experience as an In Home Support Services (IHSS) Provider is preferred but not required.



1. ?Minimum 18 years of age.

2. ?Criminal Record Clearance via Live Scan from the California Department of Social Services.

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