Open Interviews for Direct Support Professionals and Vehicle Operators

The Arc of Monroe has room for more Direct Support Professional staff in both residential homes and day services. We are also in need of Vehicle Operators to transport people we support to and from their programs and activities. Date: 9/21/19 Time: 9a-11a Location: 2060 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Road, Rochester, NY 14623   Apply ahead and bring your updated resume to Open Interviews! No experience needed, just the desire to have fun, build relationships, and enrich the lives of people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities!  We provide all education and training. We have immediate openings for full-time & part-time staff. Our …

Open Interviews – Fairport Day Services

We are hiring Direct Support Professionals at our Fairport Day Services location. Apply ahead at arcmonroe.org/careers and bring your updated resume to Open Interviews.   Be You, Be the Arc. Bring your kindness, bring your compassion, bring your diversity.  Create a rewarding career at The Arc of Monroe by empowering and supporting people with I/DD to live fulfilling lives and create opportunities for independence and inclusion. Some experience needed, along with the desire to have fun, build relationships, and enrich the lives of people with disabilities!  We provide all training. Days: Monday thru Friday, NO NIGHTS OR WEEKENDS Hours: 7:30a – 4:30p Empower people …

Autism Supports at Fairport Day Services

Programs and Services

On-site supports Fairport Day Services offers a wide variety of services and supports for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We have a multidisciplinary team of clinicians available on-site. There is a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapist, as well as a Behavior Intervention Specialist and Behavior Technician. We work together, along with the rest of a person’s team, to address social/communication deficits, sensory needs, and behavioral excesses and deficits. Structure of support The downstairs portion of the building is our “Specialized Autism Program.” It consists of two rooms that were designed specifically to support the needs of those on …

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Mike’s “Rotten” Life

Stories Of People We Support

Mike George was born with a quite-treatable heart condition, and some routine surgery when he was nine months old was botched, impairing oxygen flow to his brain, and reducing his cognitive function.   It would be easy to say Mike has had a rotten life.  Taken from his mother’s arms within hours of birth and moved to another hospital; surgery the second day of his life; five more heart surgeries; drilling into his skull to alleviate a subdural hematoma; gallbladder surgery.  Cognitive impairment when he had awesome genes and awesome potential.   But Mike’s “rotten” life is the only thing …