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Caregiver/Companion/Mentor for Adults and Children with Special Needs

Stepping Stones Care LLC is a new organization committed to serving those with special needs!

We are looking for a compassionate mentor and caregiver to work with clients in their home and in the community. We serve adults and children with developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and ADD. We match clients to you based on what their needs are and make sure it is a good fit for both you and the family. We are contracted with The Division of Developmental Disabilities.  This position is great for students of Education, psychology, Social work, behavior health, therapist, and nursing!  Currently a caregiver with hours reduced below 40 hours? Contact us today!

Responsibilities Include: 

Respite Care- Relieve family members by providing temporary care. Can be done in the member's home or in the community.

Habilitation- Teaching life skills such as safety, money, hygiene, and other skills that promote independence. Can be done in the member's home or in the community.

We currently have families valley wide that need help immediately.  If you are an experienced, compassionate caregiver please apply.  If you are in another field looking for a rewarding career change please apply. Experience is a plus but not needed. 

Must be a compassionate caring person with mentality of putting other people first.  Must be 18 years or older.  Must be able to pass a criminal history background check.  Must have reliable personal transportation and a cell phone.  Must have valid drivers license and clean motor vehicle record as well as auto insurance and current registration.  Must have 3 non family references.  Must be able to obtain AZ L1 Fingerprint Card

Training (If you do not have the following training we will guide you through it and reimburse training costs after 90 days with the company providing care)

CPR, First Aid, Article 9, Skill building and ISP process


Compensation based on experience and service $10.25-$14/Hour

Be sure to indicate your address on your resume and all inquiries so we can locate which clients are within your closest proximity.

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