Care Provider Qualifications
All Care Providers must be at least 18 years of age, have a High School Diploma or GED, pass a background check, have CPR/First Aid or be willing to take the class, and have a current tuberculosis test.
Respite care is meant to enhance the quality of life of people caring for people with disabilities by giving them time to relax or take care of other obligations. Providing Respite care covers many responsibilities.
As a professional Serenity Respite Services Care Provider, you’ll provide non-medical behavioral respite care services help children with disabilities to learn the skills they’ll need to live more independently. Serenity Respite Services Care Providers provide supervision and guidance through the activities that will help children with autism and other disabilities to meet their goals.
During training, you will learn many valuable skills to manage and re-direct challenging behaviors. You will have the opportunity to expand these skills into a rewarding, fulfilling profession that can significantly enhance the quality of life of a person with disabilities and their parent or care provider.