Top Service Worker Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Service Worker. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Service Worker resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.9% of Service Worker resumes contained Child Abuse as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Service Worker actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Service Worker resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Investigate child abuse/neglect allegations and make recommendations and decisions based on the California Penal Codes.
  • Investigated and made recommendations concerning family situations such as neglect or child abuse.
  • Investigated approximately 30 allegations of child abuse, neglect, and/or dependency monthly.
  • Furnish the appropriate information to other counties and agencies regarding child abuse/neglect situations.
  • Conducted interviews and gathered information during investigations of child abuse or neglect.
  • Investigated child abuse/domestic violence referrals; developed case plans and court reports.
  • Conduct investigations regarding allegations of child abuse/neglect for Mason & Bracken Counties.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse reported by youth and mandated reporters.
  • Conducted time sensitive Investigations of child abuse and neglect allegations.
  • Investigated allegations of Child Abuse/Neglect, implement family/community prevention strategies.
  • Investigated child abuse allegations by interviewing parents and children.
  • Investigated child abuse allegations and provided reunification case management
  • Provided child abuse/neglect complaint intake and investigation services.
  • Specialized Investigations, investigate child abuse and neglect cases
  • Conducted Investigations in situations of alleged child abuse.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse/neglect and dependency.
  • Investigated reports of alleged child abuse/neglect/maltreatment.
  • Conducted child abuse and neglect investigations.
  • Investigate complaints of child abuse/neglect.
  • Investigated child abuse/neglect hot-line reports.

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2. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Monitored clients and facility continuously to ensure safety of staff and clients.
  • Implemented plans for children and families to ensure safety of children.
  • Watch patient cook tickets for mistakes to ensure safety of patient.
  • Investigated families to ensure safety of children Supervised visits between children and their families
  • Monitored children to ensure safety.
  • Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correctpotential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
  • Maintain secure facility Ensure safety of residents Provide support to residents using CBT principles Maintain organization with residents

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3. Financial Assistance

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Here's how Financial Assistance is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Conduct eligibility screening and intakes for financial assistance; collect and review documentation, process applications and prepare check requests.
  • Conducted interviews to determine eligibility for financial assistance and conduct weekly job readiness training sessions.
  • Provide information to resident/families as to Medicare/Medicaid, and other financial assistance.
  • Make computations to determine appropriate financial assistance allowed.
  • Conducted eligibility determinations for all State HUSKY medical programs, Food Stamps, Adult Financial assistance programs (SAGA).
  • Processed all financial assistance requests from eligible clients, aiding in household rent and utility expenses to be paid.
  • Interviewed clients to determine need and eligibility in the following areas: food, clothing and financial assistance.
  • Provide financial assistance, resource management, and crisis management to 60+ clients weekly.
  • Screened and interviewed clients as part of the application process for county financial assistance.
  • Qualified patients with Financial Assistance Unit.
  • Lead Case Manager in charge of financial assistance Lead Case Manager in Pathway of Hope Program.
  • Assisted clients in finding needed resources such as financial assistance, healthcare and counseling.

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4. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Demonstrated continuous effort to improve operations, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service by speaking clearly and identifying and resolving problems to ensure complete satisfaction.
  • Collaborated with cafeteria staff to coordinate meals and created an environment of exceptional customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service, implementing suggestive sales educated customers on product and service offerings.
  • Utilized basic secretarial duties such as answering phones and providing professional customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service regarding any general inquiries or complaints that customers had.
  • Performed customer service and food service operations in a college dining environment.
  • Provided customer service by responding to inquiries via telephone and written correspondence.
  • Assessed general customer needs to provide pristine customer service relations.
  • Provided excellent customer service and maintained professionalism while assisting residents.
  • Encourage excellent customer service while promoting efficiency and accuracy.
  • Provide customer service to all individuals using our facility.
  • Provided excellence customer service to ensure total customer satisfaction.
  • Provided exemplary customer service while maintaining a positive atmosphere.
  • Provided customer service to students seeking Enrollment Verification Forms.
  • Provided customer service and prepared orders for customers.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to provide superior customer service.
  • Provided customer service spanning many departments as necessary.
  • Maximize sales by always providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided quality customer service and solved customer complaints.

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5. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provided protective custody services for abused children Attended court hearings Wrote court reports Screened families desiring to become foster parents
  • Assisted residents with coordinating services such as doctor appointments, court hearings, employment opportunities and educational/vocational deadlines.
  • Verified information, prepared court reports, provided testimony at court hearings, and monitored conditions of clients set by courts.
  • Attend Family court hearings and Children advocacy center meetings, make placement arrangement for children that are being abuse or neglected.
  • Prepare reports for the court on clients in our care and attend court hearings and meetings related to each case.
  • Schedule and performs supervised visits between parent and child and documented both physical and emotional interactions for court hearings.
  • Transport and accompany and or escort patients to court hearings, appointments, or other facilities as necessary.
  • Investigated/verified information, prepared court records, testified at court hearings and/or monitored conditions set by the court.
  • Represent agency in court hearings, prepare and present evidence and make recommendations for court dispositions.
  • Schedule and participate in home visits, court hearings, and team meetings as required.
  • Prepare court reports, testify in court hearings, and monitor conditions set by the court
  • Notice all parties of upcoming Court hearings and write review reports every six months.
  • Participated in court hearings to assist in determining the best interest of each child.
  • Attended court hearings and executed arrest warrants for youth in violation of court orders.
  • Provide supervision of residents during transport to court hearings and emergency medical care.
  • Attended court hearings in order to report and facilitate progress on individual cases.
  • Participated in treatment team meetings, court hearings, and facilitated staffing.
  • Attended court hearings weekly to manage and maintain court orders for clients.
  • Testify at court hearings and monitor conditions set by the court.
  • Testified in court hearings and/or monitored conditions set by the court.

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6. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Collaborated and referred nursing home social workers to community agencies and services to assist with care of residents at nursing centers.
  • Reviewed various documents from the medical charts and assisted Social Workers with the preparation of MDS Reports (2.0 version).
  • Assisted new co-workers with developing an understanding of policy and development of individual skills, to become effective social workers.
  • Serve as liaison between Cleveland schools and social workers on open active cases within a particular school.
  • Work collaboratively with a team, consisting; of social workers, and case manager.
  • Corresponded with DFACS social workers, and Department of Juvenile Justice of Clayton County.
  • Communicated professionally with parents, social workers, and judges.
  • Assisted social workers with psycho social assessment.
  • Assisted daytime social workers upon request.
  • Worked with Native American consortiums and American Indian social workers to facilitate cultural relations.
  • Work as part of a team that may include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses,or social workers.
  • Worked cooperatively with social workers, psychologists, doctors and other healthcare members to maintain a progressive healing environment.
  • Maintain contact with social workers in the custodial counties of the children at Tarkio Academy.
  • helped teachers, social workers, principal with Adjudicated youth in most positions as needed.
  • Participated in multi- disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, nutritionists, mentalhealth providers and case managers.
  • Confer with counselors, social workers, and other staff regarding student problems.

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7. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Coordinate placement of clients in mental health facilities, personal care homes, long-term care facilities and with family as needed.
  • Assist with client personal care; responsible for opening and closing duties; assist activity director in planning and leading activities.
  • Administer bedside and personal care to clients, prepare and maintain records of clients progress, and perform household duties.
  • Support client with disability, help promote life skills including personal care, housekeeping, help with social skills.
  • Support varied from daily living skills, travel escorts, teaching of independent life skills, and personal care.
  • Assist and provide services with health and personal care to people whoa are disabled, ill or cognitively impaired.
  • Assisted clients with personal care activities, housekeeping, laundry tasks, meal preparation, and shopping duties.
  • Assisted in personal care, cooking, light cleaning, and transportation to and from doctors' appointments.
  • Assist the elderly by preparing nutritious meals, Administer medication, Bedside or Personal care, Chart Documentation
  • Assisted patients with personal care, daily living skills and (informally) administered medications as directed.
  • Provided personal care and support to persons with disabilities or the elderly to enhance their well-being.
  • Provide personal care to residents, Perform daily household duties such as cleaning and preparing food.
  • Job description: personal care light housekeeping meal prep transportation to doctor appointment and grocery shopping.
  • Provided caring and attentive personal care to a client with multiple medical conditions at her residence.
  • Assisted client with personal care: bathing, dressing, toileting, or underpants change.
  • Assist patients with personal care, support with meal prep, and providing supplies.
  • Assist consumer with personal care activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assist consumer with personal care activities, recreation, paperwork, meals and housekeeping.
  • Provide personal care to the elderly and disabled to enhance their well being.
  • Provided personal care to clients whom have lost their sensory and/or motor functions.

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8. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Evaluated children's needs and eligibility for social services through personal and collateral interviews and referred families to community resources.
  • Assisted individuals by utilizing available agencies and community resources while maintaining case management with the individuals and their families.
  • Work cooperatively with families, schools and children while utilizing community resources to reduce educational neglect and truancy.
  • Provided referrals and assisted in facilitating referrals to community resources for various needs of the community's residents.
  • Provided individuals with information/referrals for community resources that can assist them in the community after discharge.
  • Speak before educational and community organizations and groups regarding services available and to develop community resources.
  • Provided families with community resources, verified enrollment and participation of parents in Court ordered activities.
  • Established and sustained effective community relationships and served as liaison between clients and community resources.
  • Maintain adequate knowledge of community resources and links residents to services provided by community organizations.
  • Assist the facility in establishing positive relationships for the facility with community resources.
  • Provided and arranged community resources for discharging residents and acquire durable medical equipment.
  • Coordinated efforts to utilize other outside community resources for food service to residents.
  • Recognized and utilized community resources appropriate to the need of the resident/patient.
  • Provided residents with direct intervention and referral to appropriate community resources.
  • Accessed community resources to provide financial and emotional support to families.
  • Maintained community resources and initiated referrals for clients and families.
  • Provided linkage to community resources to assist families and individuals.
  • Assisted families in utilizing available agency and community resources.
  • Provided linage services to community resources and coordinated services.
  • Assisted families with providing community resources and implementing services.

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9. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Conduct educational and life skills group counseling sessions-Documents all programmatic activities-Assist with crisis intervention-Perform administrative duties-Assist Juvenile Detention Counselor
  • Participated in crisis intervention and provided support as required, including providing intervention to prevent disruption of services.
  • Provide on-call crisis intervention and assessment services in medical emergency room settings on a rotation basis.
  • Provided intense crisis intervention, case management and follow-up services to individuals and families.
  • Perform crisis intervention, prepare documentation and correspondence between case managers and clients.
  • Demonstrated effective crisis intervention techniques with substance abusing and mentally ill patients.
  • Performed crisis intervention; performed program related cooking and housekeeping duties.
  • Developed and implemented crisis intervention plans with youth as necessary.
  • Case Manager Individual/Family Counseling Crisis intervention Documentation Court Representation of clients
  • Provided crisis intervention to foster children and their biological families.
  • Provided crisis intervention services to residents with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide crisis intervention and counseling to participants as needed.
  • Participated in crisis intervention and provided support as required.
  • Performed crisis intervention and assessment during emergency situations.
  • Performed crisis intervention in accordance to company policy.
  • Conducted crisis intervention, location supervision and maintenance.
  • Performed crisis intervention and counseling for students.
  • Provide crisis intervention and cause management services.
  • Performed crisis intervention and resource management functions.
  • Provide emergency crisis intervention and conflict management.

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10. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Coordinate services for family treatment, including educational and vocational counseling and mental health services as needed.
  • Worked closely with Psychiatrists, who provided mental health services to HIV, MH patients, and to general prison population.
  • Helped to coordinate the delivery of mental health services to children and adolescents experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • Deliver mobile mental health services to the severely mentally ill within a team of 6-10 professionals.
  • Serve as liaison between agencies and organizations for mental health services and adult transitional services.
  • Typed letters to parents to inform them of Mental Health Services being rendered.
  • Coordinate services for AOD and Mental Health Services.
  • displaced immigrants; employment/vocational training; mental health services; drug/alcohol rehabilitation; domestic violence intervention services).

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11. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provided patient care to elderly w/disabilities and convalescent patients with additional needs.
  • Maintained collaborative relationships with the Organization's personnel to support patient care.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress or problems to report and discuss observations with supervisor or case manager.
  • Direct patient care, schedule appointments, grooming, light housekeeping, accompany to appointments, and administer medication
  • Performed patient care to include taking meal/dietary requests, meal delivery and housekeeping.
  • Assist nursing staff in the ICU/CCU and telemetry with direct patient care.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems.
  • Perform Patient Care in assigned locations such as patient's residence.
  • Direct patient care and maintained clean work environment.
  • Total patient care with love and respect.
  • Collaborated with insurance companies and other collaterals to ensure patient care.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment,and maintained patient flow.
  • Adapted to working in a healthcare keeping patient care first priority.
  • direct patient care, dressing, feeding, etc

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12. Service Plans

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Here's how Service Plans is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Prepared service plans that included evaluates psychological economic, vocational, educational, physical health, socialization, and housing needs.
  • Help intellectually challenged individuals with everyday living skills with the goal of becoming more independent by implementing individual service plans.
  • Complete Medicaid Comprehensive Rehabilitative Assessments, service plans, quarterly reports, and Medicaid progress notes and other required documentation.
  • Develop and monitor implementation of service plans and complete necessary paperwork for chart maintenance.
  • Developed service plans and collaborated with community referrals to alleviate risk of abuse/neglect.
  • Submit required documentation, assessments, evaluations and progress per service plans accordingly.
  • Develop Personal Service Plans that include developing daily living skills and recreational activities.
  • Assisted with development and implementation of Individualized Service Plans as needed.
  • Coordinated meetings to develop individualized service plans.
  • Facilitate maximum client participation in service plans.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive service plans.
  • Developed individualized treatment and service plans.2.
  • Developed Service Plans and monitored compliance.
  • Develop service plans that provide and arrange for protective services and other services to abused, neglected, and exploited elders.
  • Assess children's developmental milestones and plan programs accordingly as well as develop and review service plans and follow ups.
  • Assisted in client's assessments, document goals, progress notes, daily service plans, behavior and incident reports.
  • Assisted customers in the development of service plans, goals, and time frames to gain access to needed services.
  • Assess clients' needs and provide an avenue the formation of service plans and the delivery of therapeutic interventions.
  • Complete service plans, comprehensive plans, periodic guardianship reports, clothing vouchers, and co-pay on prescription medications.
  • Collaborate with team of social workers to develop individualized family service plans for clients.

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13. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Follow safety guideline and procedure guidelines related to food preparation and service, equipment maintenance and waste disposal.
  • Executed various tasks relating to food preparation, customer interaction and transactions, serving food, and cleaning and stocking.
  • Performed various dining services such as washing dishes, serving food, cleaning dining rooms, and food preparation.
  • Attend to cashiering, helping in food preparation, restaurant set up, and maintaining cleanliness during operating hours.
  • Worked at eateries on campus, making sandwiches, coffee, maintaining clean food preparation areas, and miscellaneous work
  • Provide in home services to a disabled individual including: House cleaning, food preparation, supportive companionship.
  • Assisted adolescent child with daily living & food preparations and transported from school to home-provided assistance with school activities
  • Groomed client, food preparation and storage, assisted with dressing, and light housekeeping.
  • Learned and followed common kitchen procedures involving food preparation, sanitation, and safety.
  • Changed oil and filter in deep fryer and sanitizes food preparation equipment as necessary.
  • Provided assistance with daily duties such as weight bearing, ambulation and food preparation.
  • Clean and sterilized utensils, machines and other equipment used during food preparation.
  • Perform general cleaning and sanitation for dining room and food preparation area.
  • Distributed food preparation requirements to each food department in advance of event.
  • Helped with food preparation, set-up, and service for catering events.
  • Perform food preparation duties in accordance to charted out nutrition plans.
  • Assisted with a variety of food preparation, service and catering.
  • Assist with grocery shopping, food preparation and cleaning up.
  • Follow procedures for safe food preparation, assembly and presentation5.
  • Assisted in all facets of food preparation when needed.

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14. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Implemented individualized treatment plans developed by Program Coordinator, with goal of integrating individuals into the community.
  • Collaborated with treatment team to develop individual treatment plans; presented detailed behavioral assessments of individual progress.
  • Provided case management services Developed treatment plans Conducted monthly home visits Participated in legal proceedings /prepared Court documents
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans that focused on accurate diagnosis and treatment of behavioral issues.
  • Conducted mental health assessments and developed individualized treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary team to develop individualized treatment plans and complete assessments.
  • Investigated alleged abuse cases, performed assessments and elaborated treatment plans.
  • Assisted therapist with individualized treatment plans for children and adolescents.
  • Facilitated and supported complex treatment plans.
  • Implemented assigned individualized treatment plans.
  • Complete individual treatment plans, document all contact with patient; prepare individual discharges and arrange transport if needed.
  • Coordinated mental and medical treatment plans, Department of Health and Human Services contractual services and court orders.
  • Developed milieu treatment plans and presented progress reports to interdisciplinary treatment team and parent(s).
  • Conduct face to face interviews and develop case/treatment plans for families while completing other duties as required.
  • Maintain operation of the treatment program by implementing treatment plans and skill building to achieve treatment goals.
  • Manage a Caseload, type daily case notes, 30-day progress notes, treatment plans, etc.
  • Composed treatment plans and referred individuals to services, tracked their progress, and compiled reports.
  • Developed comprehensive assessments and treatment plans and assisted families in the completion of plans.
  • Participate in case conferences with other social agencies to establish and evaluate treatment plans.
  • Delegate tasks to employees to ensure that treatment plans and shift duties are accomplished.

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15. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assisted the elderly in a non-residential facility with daily living activities including housekeeping, serving meals, and other supervised activities.
  • Assisted mentally handicapped and geriatric individuals with daily living activities.
  • Assisted Clients with daily living activities; such as cooking, feeding, bathing, grooming, and cleaning.
  • Assisted the elderly, convalescents, and persons with disabilities with daily living activities in client's home.
  • Assist elderly or disabled adults with daily living activities at the persons home or in a daytime non-residential facility
  • Assist disabled patient with daily living activities such as dressing, bathing, cooking, and cleaning.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities, transportation, cooking, cleaning, and doctors appointments.
  • Provide assistance with all daily living activities indicated on Plan of Care.
  • Assist with daily living activities such as eating, bathing and grooming.
  • Assist elderly, persons with disabilities with daily living activities.
  • Assist the elderly and disabled with their daily living activities.
  • Assist client with daily living activities due to disabilities.
  • Attended to all needs of patients daily living activities
  • Assist hospice patients with daily living activities.
  • Coordinate the daily living activities of clients.
  • Assisted Client with Daily Living Activities
  • Provide assistance with daily living activities for a child with special needs Encourage community involvement
  • Assist elderly clients with daily living activities Assisted with cooking, bathing, cleaning, laundry, medication reminders, etc.
  • Functioned as part time caregiver to disabled clients; assisted w/ daily living activities and various needs based on patient needs.
  • assist clients with disabilities with their daily living activities at the person's home or in a care facility.

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16. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Accompany individuals to various medical appointments as needed.
  • Transported adults for medical appointments.
  • Escorted consumers to various outside facilities for medical appointments including gynecological, dental, blood work and psychiatric.
  • Provide transportation as needed to medical appointments, schools, shopping, field trips etc.
  • Bring them to medical appointments and other activities such as shopping, and family/friend visiting.
  • Reminded consumer to take medication, ran errands, transported to medical appointments as needed.
  • Transport youth to therapy, medical appointments, psychiatric appointments, and psychological appointments.
  • Provided transportation to families and children to medical appointments, therapy and parenting sessions.
  • Keep track and provide transportation along with supervision at medical appointments, as needed.
  • Provide one-on-one and group counseling; transport to medical appointments and court appearances.
  • Transport clients to medical appointments, examinations and treatment facilities when needed.
  • Provided transportation to and from the store, or medical appointments.
  • Accompany consumer to and from medical appointments or any other outings.
  • Assisted the client in everyday activities and medical appointments.
  • Assist participants with medical appointments as per participants needs.
  • Provide transportation for patients to all medical appointments.
  • Transport clients to routine follow-up medical appointments.
  • Transported Client to court and medical appointments.
  • Arrange and accompany patients to medical appointments.
  • Ensured the assigned duties of staff are completed under my supervision Scheduled and escorted consumers on medical appointments

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17. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assisted developmentally disabled adults with transitioning from a group home setting to independent living.
  • Facilitated problem solving and educational groups focusing on coping and independent living skills.
  • Provide guidance and support for individuals to develop independent living skills and empowerment.
  • Facilitate effective strategies for strengthened Independent Living and the achievement of self-sufficiency goals.
  • Assisted with implementing re-rates for Eligibility and Independent Living.
  • Promoted independent living and implemented behavior and teaching programs.
  • Instructed and supervised students in independent living skills activities.
  • Conduct and document regular independent living group sessions.
  • Assist with Supervised independent living supports.
  • Assisted adults with persistent mental illnesses with daily living skills and medication management in group home and independent living apartment settings.
  • Assisted in the rehabilitative aspects of patient care, which led clients to achieve their highest level of independent living.
  • Trained and assisted individuals, with mental and or physical disabilities, in performing necessary independent living and social skills.
  • Prepared children and families for long-term permanency planning scenarios such as return to parent, adoption, or independent living.
  • Assisted Direct Care Supervisor in the assessment of each individual's abilities, interests and need areas toward independent living.
  • Assisted teenagers who were emancipated from county and helped them find suitable housing and transition to independent living.
  • Provided modeling and coaching for clients to increase their ability to complete self-care tasks and independent living skills.
  • Conducted Transitional Independent Living Program interviews with dependent children who were 15 years old or older.
  • Supervised the daily living of homeless teenage mothers and their children, to promote independent living.
  • Facilitated treatment groups such as social skills, independent living, and healthy living skills.
  • Provided a learning and independent living environment where students can develop to their fullest potential.

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18. Medication Reminders

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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Prepared patient food/snacks Accompanied patient to procedures Scheduled patient appointments Light housekeeping Patient medication reminders
  • Provided conversation and companionship * Provided medication reminders and distribution of medicine.
  • Provided client with medication reminders.
  • Assisted clients with ADL's, performed light housekeeping, prepared meals, wrote CMS progress reports, gave medication reminders.
  • Assist clients with ADL, dressing, grooming, eating, medication reminders, transportation to and from everyday activities
  • Job Description: Assist patient with basic needs such as: bathing, eating, medication reminders, etc.
  • Assist with daily living needs preparing meals, light house cleaning, medication reminders, helping with ISP goals
  • Complete documentation to include daily activities, the progression/regression of goals, restroom schedule and medication reminders.
  • Assist clients with ADL's, prepare meals, light housekeeping, and medication reminders.
  • Prepared meals, light housekeeping, and medication reminders.
  • Assisted them with their medication reminders.
  • Assisted client with medication reminders.
  • Handled light housekeeping, cooking, and medication reminders Provided transportation for errands or appointments
  • Provide Hygiene needs, Nutrition Preparation, Medication Reminders, Transports to and from Doctor Visits, and Cleaning per OSHA standards
  • Bathed,groomed,dressed and medication reminders.
  • Assist client with light housekeeping, ambulation,medication reminders,monitoring and supervision.

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19. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Perform routine office tasks such as typing correspondence, data entry, filing, faxing, telephoning, and photocopying.
  • Provided clerical support to all departmental agency staff and case managers including typing, filing, and data entry.
  • Inventory, multitasking, data entry, catering of events, stocking, serving of food, phone service.
  • Substitute and Lead Service Worker using lunch terminal, collecting/counting money, data entry of transport sheets and orders.
  • Search for job ads & Sent resumes to employers* Operate copier and fax machine* Office organization/ Filing* Data entry
  • Perform general clerical duties including data entry in Excel spreadsheet for tracking purposes and distribute monthly reports.
  • Operated a computer and learned new data entry systems with little assistance to restore effective business operations.
  • Assist APS staff with case closure data entry Assist HICAP staff with case opening and closure data entry
  • Worked as a data entry clerk and administrative assistant for various companies in the Portland area.
  • Performed data entry of student records using files, dashboards, and computer scheduling software.
  • Maintained activity logs and performed daily data entry of production records for those crews.
  • Performed data entry, checked in clients into database ascertaining clients social security numbers.
  • Performed data entry of individual state income tax returns in a production environment.
  • Entered various sales taxes and withholding information into database (data entry)
  • Organize office area/resident records Handle medical records as well as data entry.
  • Performed data entry of client information on the AOSOS processing system.
  • Perform clerical duties including word processing, filing and data entry.
  • Perform data entry, filing, copying and facsimile tasks.
  • Used data entry skills to record course data.
  • Conducted data entry tasks and documented reports.

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20. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provided direct behavioral therapy to individuals ages 16 to 21 with autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Job responsibilities included, Providing daily living skill assistance and training to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided direct care and assistance with daily living skills to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide direct care to adults with developmental disabilities in a residential setting.
  • Educated clients by providing a personalized curriculum to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Supervised and assisted 1-2 consumers with developmental disabilities in daily living skills.
  • Worked directly with clients diagnosed with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness.
  • Provided residential and day services to adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Manage caseload of adults and children with developmental disabilities.
  • Assist people with developmental disabilities with everyday living skills.
  • Provide child care services for children with developmental disabilities
  • Assist intellectual and developmental disabilities with daily living.
  • Helped people with developmental disabilities.
  • Assist individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide direct care to clients with cognitive, intellectual, and developmental disabilities under the direction of classroom teacher.
  • Supported youth who have been diagnosed with Autism, ADHD, Bi-Polar disorder, PTSD, and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Provided direct client care for individuals with physical or developmental disabilities in a group home setting.
  • Assisted adults with developmental disabilities to set goals, determine needs, and maximize potential.
  • Provide direct support in all areas of daily living for 4 individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Case manager for people with developmental disabilities and their families (1987-1989).

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21. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Worked closely with law enforcement officials to interview child victims and alleged perpetrators regarding allegations of abuse.
  • Coordinated reporting, investigation, and wraparound services with law enforcement and local community service organizations.
  • Conduct collateral contacts with law enforcement, medical professionals and other community agencies.
  • Coordinated with service providers, law enforcement personnel, and medical professionals.
  • Partnered with local law enforcement on investigations and detention of children.
  • Collaborated with attorneys, law enforcement, and community providers.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement and other regulatory entities to co-investigate.
  • Coordinate investigation and case management with local law enforcement.
  • Worked closely with law enforcement and community agencies.
  • Assisted local law enforcement with interviewing children.
  • Removed children in need of protective custody in very challenging situations at times, coordinating with law enforcement as needed.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with medical, psychiatric, law enforcement, Webb county detainees, and juvenile detention personnel.
  • Collaborated with state adoptions unit, county placement unit, mental health, law enforcement, and court system.
  • Collaborated with case managers, health care providers, housing authorities, law enforcement, and other legal entities.
  • Work with law enforcement, school systems, specialized services, mental health professionals and other health care professionals.
  • Worked closely with law enforcement, dependency court, medical personnel and various community agencies and service providers.
  • Interacted with law enforcement, the juvenile office, public officials, and organizations regarding family issues.
  • Worked with local law enforcement and other community partners to ensure safety of children and vulnerable adults.
  • Functioned as a liaison between law enforcement, social services, client's families and other organization.
  • Conducted joint investigations with Office of Inspector General as well as state and local law enforcement.

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22. Juvenile Offenders

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Here's how Juvenile Offenders is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Supervised juvenile offenders and recommended out of home placement when needed.
  • Assisted assigned juvenile offenders in recognizing and modifying behavioral problems.
  • Provide professional social work services to families, children and/or juvenile offenders through the assessment of client needs.
  • Assessed and monitored a pod of 10 male juvenile offenders classified as Serious Offenders.
  • Provided social services to individuals, families, and/or juvenile offenders.
  • Worked directly with a diverse population of 1,500 at-risk juvenile offenders.
  • Care and custody of juvenile offenders.
  • Conducted pre-admission screening and intake assessments for juvenile offenders.
  • Provide social services to families, individuals, and juvenile offenders based on client needs in both investigative and on-going capacities.
  • Facilitated a psychoeducational victim impact group to help juvenile offenders foster empathy and concern for the rights of others.

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23. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Monitor juveniles on conditional release/probation* Provide support and guidance to juveniles* Conduct Juvenile Automated Substance AbuseEvaluations (JASAE)* Urinalysis
  • Participated in agency emergency services, which involved screening for domestic violence shelter and/or residential substance abuse treatment.
  • Conduct disposition/placement of psychiatric/substance abuse patients in both the emergency room and medical floor settings.
  • Facilitated Grief and Bereavement, Anger Management and Substance Abuse Counseling/Group Therapy.
  • Assist in dual diagnosis, including substance abuse/chemical dependency.
  • Conduct mental health/substance abuse assessments and provide referrals.
  • Gather documentation from medical providers, school personnel about children, drug screens, mental health assessments, substance abuse assessments.
  • Conduct crisis mental health/substance abuse evaluations via the emergency room setting to determine level of care and stabilization methods of treatment.
  • Facilitate groups on a daily basis such as, Substance Abuse, PREA, Victim Impact, Risk and Decision Making.
  • Perform duties of disposition of psychiatric and substance abuse crisis patients from both the emergency room and medical floor settings.
  • Assessed physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, domestic violence, supervision, and substance abuse.
  • Manage the activities and counseling of court mandated clients ages 13- 17 years old at a substance abuse facility.
  • Served as Social Service Worker for nonprofit agency specializing in providing mental health and substance abuse services to adults.
  • Counseled a caseload of 40- 50 clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse in their home and/or in AWBS.
  • Assisted families with obtaining services needed for mental health needs, substance abuse, and other barriers to self-sufficiency.
  • Arranged for medical, mental health, or substance abuse treatment services according to individual needs or court orders.
  • Represent the organization in relations involving child abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse and mental illness.
  • Provide substance abuse addiction services to clients and provide a safe passage from addiction to sober living.
  • Facilitate groups- Risk and Decision Making, Substance Abuse, Seals, PREA, and Victims Impact.
  • Refer clients to community based programs and help create awareness towards sustaining stability in substance abuse treatment.

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24. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provide CPR, First Aid as needed, monitor vital signs & obtain specimen.
  • Passed medications to clients and became medication certified and CPR certified.
  • Certified in MANDT, CPR, First Aid and Medication Certification.
  • Trained yearly on Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) and CPR.
  • Respond to code calls and administering CPR.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid
  • Have had CPI training, CPR and First Aid training, AWOL training, Child neglect training.
  • Certified in Adult CPR, First Aid, and Handle with Care.
  • Trained in CPR, first aid, and fire safety.
  • Assist developmentally disabled individuals complete their daily tasks * Certified in CPR
  • Implemented life skills to pregnant young women and young mothers, daily documentation, received CPR Training and First Aid Certificate.
  • Assisted patients in completing daily living duties, like clean house, cook meals, assisted with shopping First Aid/CPR Certified
  • Assist person with special needs with everyday living and tasks Received CPR and emergency handling training
  • Drive a 15-passenger vanLifeguard and CPR/AED/BLS certified
  • Assist clients with disabilities in their daily lives and activities Assist clients while interacting in the community CPR Certified

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25. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provide advocacy and appropriate referrals to elders.
  • Provided the appropriate referrals which included but not limited to Mental Health for parents and Behavioral for children.
  • Maintained accurate case documentation, attended court hearings, and made appropriate referrals for services to families.
  • Based on assessment and thorough evaluation, make appropriate referrals to outside programs to address therapeutic needs.
  • Provided Case Management to clients and made appropriate referrals for clients based on clients' needs.
  • Provided crisis intervention among the residents of the community through direct social services and appropriate referrals.
  • Developed service objectives and service plans, made appropriate referrals and coordinated needed services.
  • Make appropriate referrals to various agencies and locate services for family's needs.
  • Administered appropriate referrals to respond to the concerns of the Cabinet.
  • Make appropriate referrals to counselors for families.
  • Assist family in making appropriate referrals.
  • Appropriate referrals of protective service need to the Regional Evaluation/Response (REV) Team or Customer Service Call Center/Hotline.
  • Assessed for the need for Domestic Violence assistance and Behavior Health and made appropriate referrals for such programs.

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26. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assist clients with daily living such as:-Bathing/hygiene-Household chores-Meal preparation-Fun activities
  • Assist individuals with disabilities to achieve everyday living skills such as bathing, taking medication, meal prep, etc.
  • Assist client(s) as needed - Assist with meal preparations and other daily chores - Administer medication as needed
  • Provide support to program residents assisting with meal preparation and household chores to maintain a clean and caring living environment.
  • Provide light housekeeping, meal preparation, run errands, transport client to appointments, help with daily exercise.
  • Provide house cleaning and home management tasks, assistance with budgeting, laundering, meal preparation, and errands.
  • Group home meal preparation, bathing and dressing of residents, assisting and encouraging basic living skills.
  • Assist client with daily life activities, meal preparation, reading usage, personal hygiene.
  • Assisted hospice with meal prep, activities of daily living, outings and safety procedures.
  • Light meal prep, companionship, transportation, other duties as needed.
  • Provided housekeeping and laundry services; shopped for food and meal preparation.
  • Assist and instruct residents with daily housekeeping skills and meal preparation.
  • Provide services including bathing, grooming, meal preparation and toileting.
  • Handled meal preparation, laundry, shopping, medication and running errands
  • Prepare breakfast and lunch, clean kitchen after each meal preparation.
  • Coordinated maintenance of equipment, housekeeping, and meal preparation.
  • Followed instructions for meal preparations for patients with food allergies.
  • Provide instruction in routine housekeeping skills and meal preparation.
  • Light housekeeping tasks and meal preparation.
  • Assist with feeding and meal preparation.

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27. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Answered phone calls regarding product information and inventory.
  • Utilized rapport and relationship building skills with families to achieve goals through phone calls, home visits, and case management.
  • Develop ongoing relationship with other agencies, counties through face to face, meetings, phone calls and group presentations.
  • Answered customer questions, answered phone calls, cleaning and stocking, vegetable prep, mug collector, bakery worker
  • Follow up on children's health charts, answer phone calls and questions the parents might have.
  • Answer phone calls, assist customers with placing orders and check out guests and give correct change.
  • Collaborated closely with staff and families to discuss individual's growth through conferences and phone calls.
  • Provided assistance with taking medicines, bathing, feeding, and handling phone calls for patients.
  • Returned client phone calls, updated case information and filed all incoming correspondence.
  • Screened phone calls, filing, copying, fax, and data entry.
  • Answered LexCall, phone calls, informed supervisors when complaints needed investigation.
  • Answered phone calls and interacted with others in need of assistance.
  • Gained proficient skills in typing, faxing, answering telephone calls.
  • Copied and faxed documents, phone calls to and from clients.
  • Answered telephone calls and recorded and routed messages as necessary.
  • Answered approximately 50 phone calls per day while on register.
  • Answered phone calls and also greeted walk -in customers.
  • Answered phone calls to fulfill to go orders.
  • Answer patient medical phone calls and relay messages.
  • Answer phone calls, accepting donations & filling.

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28. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Formulated and co-facilitated a support group and co-facilitated a family respite day for parents of minors with special needs.
  • Provide assistance with services to clients in a mental health facility and with special needs care as needed.
  • Provided services to adults and children who have special needs such as medical or psychological issues.
  • Engaged in various activities while assisting special needs clients to achieve work and training goals.
  • Assisted special needs clients with hygiene, shopping, cooking, and light house keeping.
  • Provided services to patients in a mental health facility and to children with special needs.
  • Assist with special needs, running errands, daily living skills and working on goals.
  • Accompany and plan day to day activities for a female with special needs.
  • Assisted in the identification, referral and support of children with special needs.
  • Communicated special needs to staff to insure patient needs are met.
  • Organize functions and assist volunteers with the Special needs Adoption program.
  • Work with individuals with special needs of varying age and races.
  • Trained adults with special needs to become part of the workforce.
  • Worked with children with special needs in a mental health facility.
  • Worked in different home surroundings with individuals with special needs.
  • Provide direct care community service with people with special needs.
  • Assisted individuals with special needs with their daily living.
  • Assist a client with special needs & intellectual disabilities.
  • Support special needs clients with home and community activities.
  • Work with individuals with special needs and behavioral problems.

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29. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Do their activities of daily living, take them to doctors appointment, administered medications as well as taking vital signs.
  • Provide empathetic home health care to the elderly and disabled (obtain vital signs, dispense medications, etc.).
  • Perform health-care related task, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurse or physiotherapists.
  • Note and maintains records of patients' activities, such as vital signs, eating habits, and daily behavior.
  • Perform health-related task, suck as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the supervision of registered nurses.
  • Record and maintain client's information such as vital signs, eating habits, behavior, progress notes.
  • Monitor vital signs, assisted with maintaining health blood sugar levels.
  • Display strong clinical skills in assessing vital signs and glucose checks.
  • Helped implement practices in Taking Vital signs and charting.
  • Document patient daily activities and vital signs.
  • Observe behavior and vital signs.
  • monitor clients social interaction and behavior programs and take vital signs
  • Administer meds, check BP, temp, and transfer clients.. Getting vital signs & helping with everyday living.
  • Bathe, Restroom Assistance Feeding and preparing food Laundry duties Light Cleaning Checking vital signs only if that specific patient is required
  • Total patient care Vital Signs Administer Meds Light House Keeping Teach Educational Skills

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30. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assist in planning and implementing recreation and educational opportunities while providing a safe environment conducive to learning and personal growth.
  • Assisted individuals with developmental disabilities with daily living activities and maintained a safe environment.
  • Disciplined in maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided a therapeutic and safe environment while enforcing rules set forth by the company and carrying out appropriate discipline when needed.
  • Provide safe environment on unit via camera monitors, physical room checks, and comply with all rules and regulations.DIRECT SERVICE WORKER-Part-Time
  • Conduct random supervisions in the home to ensure that the child is in a safe environment and being cared for properly.
  • Determine need for protective custody, remove client from danger to a safe environment and secure home if needed.
  • Monitor progress of children in foster homes and ensure child in a safe environment and nurturing home.
  • Monitor Juveniles one on one and by video to ensure a safe environment for inmates and staff.
  • Assisted with creating a safe environment for all the youth that resided within the facility.
  • Make sure clients are in a safe environment and are living a healthy lifestyle.
  • Maintain a safe environment for at-risk youth at our PRTF; ages 8-18 y.o.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for student residing in the residence hall.
  • Provided light house cleaning, laundry, and maintained a safe environment.
  • Help maintain a clean and safe environment for activities to take place.
  • Provided a fun and safe environment for children of all ages.
  • Maintained cleaned and safe environments in the kitchen and dining area.
  • Maintained an encouraging, positive, and safe environment for students.
  • Provided a secure, safe environment until they are discharged.
  • Provide client with safe environment for living in home setting.

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32. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Investigated complaints of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation of vulnerable adults including Domestic Violence victims.
  • Presented educational sessions about domestic violence, nutrition, and child development.
  • Experienced with culturally diverse populations, domestic violence and medical issues.
  • Worked face-to-face with victims of Domestic Violence and experienced significant trauma.
  • Conducted domestic violence workshops to educate women about domestic violence.
  • Facilitated educational groups on domestic violence and parenting.
  • Conducted APS investigations involving domestic violence.
  • Evaluated personal risk and used good judgment to avoid harm and protect children and women in domestic violence situations-safety plans.
  • Provided community referral as necessary to domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, food pantries and other agencies.
  • Work in a shelter for abused women and children, providing services to victims of domestic violence.
  • Managed a caseload for domestic violence referrals, which required contacting victims of domestic violence.
  • Updated programs addressing domestic violence and drug use for high school students.
  • Testified in family, domestic violence, and juvenile justice hearings.
  • Worked in Court Services and in the Domestic Violence Unit.
  • Assist residents with development of basic living skills to promote self-care and independence Screen domestic violence victims for services.

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33. Daily Tasks

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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Completed daily tasks and managed special projects as assigned by Operations Supervisor.
  • Assisted Handicapped individual with daily tasks.
  • Provide hands on assistance with residents and their children in completing daily tasks according to predetermined treatment goals.
  • Provide assistance to clients regarding daily tasks, such as bathing, dressing, grooming and eating.
  • Help staff with daily tasks by making sure product was ready to be delivered.
  • Assisted mentally and behaviorally disabled clients with daily tasks and activities; part-time/on-call work.
  • Performed all daily tasks, including; notes, logs and home functions.
  • Supervised incoming student-workers to provide backing and guidance within daily tasks and duties.
  • Completed daily tasks as assigned by Crew Chief and Operations Supervisor.
  • Perform daily tasks with cleaning and cooking for the client.
  • Manage an assigned caseload including daily tasks to be completed
  • Work effectively with team members to complete daily tasks.
  • Assist supervisor with daily tasks as needed.
  • Provided care to elderly with daily tasks
  • Procured materials and supplies to complete daily tasks.Conducted safety inspections and followed safety rules and procedures.
  • Maintained records of hours worked, time sheets, miles driven, daily tasks and expenses incurred in theperformance of duties.
  • Assist elder with daily tasks to help them live comfortable were they are most comfortable at, assist doctor appt.
  • Worked with clients on their goals, objectives, and helped them with daily tasks)
  • Provided care for a child with a disability Helped facilitate outings and social interactions Helped with daily tasks
  • Worked with the mentally ill residents Monitored residents daily tasks Washed laundry Prepared meals

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34. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Monitored Child Care Provider programs to assure rules and regulations were being implemented to maintain contractual requirements.
  • Supervised residents in a residential child care facility.
  • Determined client eligibility for subsidized Child Care assistance.
  • Determine eligibility for child care assistance program.
  • Job responsibilities included taking applications and conducting interviews by clients applying for state food, medical, and child care assistance.
  • Assist with room care, child care, scheduling appointments, and clinical documentation based on interactions with clients.
  • Conducted bi-annual home inspections, follow-up compliance visits and complaint investigations of child care providers holding contracts with HCJFS.
  • Experience dealing with various issues; mental health / poverty / substance - physical abuse / child care.
  • Issued County funds for services such as child care, school supplies and transportation.
  • Set up new distribution organization codes for Child Care and Eligibility.
  • Provided training and Technical assistance to Child Care Providers.
  • Process applications for government benefits (SNAP, Medicaid, child care subsidies, etc.
  • VOLUNTEER SERVICES Volunteer Instructor Volunteer Basketball Coach Quality Time Child Care Center YMCA

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35. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Coordinated the behavior program based on behavior modification principles, organized recreational activities and taught life skills.
  • Provide instruction in routine housekeeping skills, recreational activities and meal preparation according to licensing standards.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities such as community events, baseball games and concerts.
  • Worked in residential home to expand social and recreational activities for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
  • Designed and implemented structured recreational activities to enhance social skills of youths.
  • Developed and supervise positive alternative recreational activities for at risk youth.
  • Worked directly with consumers by facilitating recreational activities, community outings.
  • Planned and coordinated recreational activities and seasonal projects.
  • Encourage recreational activities to promote physical fitness.
  • Designed and implemented learning and recreational activities.
  • Provided companionship and therapeutic recreational activities.
  • Planned drove and supervised recreational activities.
  • Coordinate and schedule client recreational activities.
  • Supervised and instructed recreational activities for appropriate experiences for children ages 5 - 12 years old in Summer Day Camp program.
  • Developed and participated in craft projects, recreational activities, hygiene, personal manners, etc.
  • Monitored children during field trips, lunch and recreational activities.
  • Plan and direct learning, living and recreational activities.
  • Provided direct care to clients in the facility Participated in and monitored recreational activities with clients
  • Administer medications Transport to appointments, day program, and different recreational activities
  • Organize, supervise, or encourage youth participation in social, educational, therapeutic, or recreational activities.

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36. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Case management and employment counseling of Cal Works participants with emphasis on obtaining full-time employment and achieving self sufficiency from Welfare.
  • Drafted Juvenile Court Dependency Petitions in support of allegations within guidelines and presented petitions to County Counsel for detention hearings.
  • Performed individual counseling sessions on assigned youth and implement an assigned program in accordance with departmental and center policy.
  • Provided counseling services to 14 teen mothers in residential facility to address behavioral/emotional special needs and concerns.
  • Perform resident record keeping in areas of responsibilities counsel with residents and maintain individual treatment records.
  • Investigate child abuse and neglect allegations by conducting time sensitive investigations through interviewing and counseling.
  • Assisted Juvenile Detention Counselors with youth Initial Review and Co Facilitated Multidisciplinary Team Meeting.
  • Counseled and aided approximately 250 individuals and families requiring assistance of social service agency.
  • Counseled clients about asset reduction, eligibility requirements, and other policy concerns.
  • Referred clients to community partners or services such as counseling or vocational rehabilitation
  • Provide individual counseling, family counseling as well as proved parenting education.
  • Document progress and behavioral changes as needed and provide ongoing counseling services
  • Provided employment-counseling services to eligible local clients receiving public assistance.
  • Provided psycho-education, crisis counseling, and referral to resources/services.
  • Provided individual/group/family counseling services for juveniles served in DJJ facilities.
  • Counseled for public assistance for eligibility guidelines and scheduled reports.
  • Provided counseling to individuals calling in need of immediate assistance.
  • Worked effectively with counselors to implement behavioral plans for children.
  • Provide Counseling and Case Management services to shelter intake population.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling services and basic case management.

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37. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Access interactive computer systems in conducting office interviews and case processing.
  • Recorded and documented information gathered in agency computer system.
  • Complete mandatory documentation on the N-Focus state computer system.
  • Recorded court information and updated computer system.
  • Entered assessment information into computer system.
  • Assisted patients with completing meal orders in a call center environment; accurately imputed patient orders into the computer system.
  • Warehouse production worker, sort through damaged books, register books into computer system, and box them.
  • Maintained records, inputted data, and retrieved information from case management computer systems.
  • Enter data into computer system and maintain records of contact with all clients.
  • Used the GEARS computer system to update and managed over 100 cases.
  • Computed budgets and documented activities using the State's computer system.
  • Meet production and enter all product data in computer system.
  • Maintained all patient file in computer systems for HIPPA Compliance.
  • Assess overall safety and document in SACWIS computer system.
  • Used the N-FOCUS computer system for primary data entry.
  • Accessed court computer system for offender case information.
  • Entered data into computer system and maintained records.
  • Input cash and inventory counts into computer system.
  • Used computer system daily for inventory usage.
  • Input data into the computer system using a pre-established formula so that recommendations could be made for applicable residents' requests.

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38. Client Condition

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Here's how Client Condition is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Prepared and maintained records of patients' progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Maintained records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition.
  • Report changes in client condition and health to client care manager.

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39. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment in maintaining and repairing roadways and drainage throughout Mobile County
  • Operated and mastered snow-removal and all other heavy equipment.
  • Performed snow-removal and operated all related heavy equipment.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment and machinery.
  • Exercised grounds man work, running ropes, operating heavy equipment, climbing trees, and operating a bucket truck.
  • Repair, clean and maintain water lines, repair and maintain heavy equipment, repair and maintain plumbing fixtures.
  • Exposed to vibration from heavy equipment, strong odors and skin irritations from strong cleaning solutions.
  • Operate a variety of light and heavy equipment for the chip seal and paving crews.
  • Operate dump trucks, heavy equipment, and sanitation trucks throughout the University campus.
  • Repair and replaced tires on passenger cars, light trucks, and heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment in the mining division.
  • Operate various light to heavy equipment.
  • Maintain City parks and irrigation systems Operate numerous types of heavy equipment
  • Operated heavy equipment As a result of exceptional work ethic: placed in charge of separate accounts within department
  • Install and replace mains, drill and tap mains, dig and backfill trenches with heavy equipment.
  • Dump truck driver and skillful in some heavy equipment operation Fully skilled in all aspects of road maintenance
  • Repair and replace damaged or worn parts.Dismantle and reassemble heavy equipment using hoist and hand tools.
  • Transported heavy equipment to job site Road repair and set up of work zone Sewer repair for residents
  • Maintain LandfillDirect traffic and customersInspect trash and around the lanfillAny special projectsWork around hazardous materialWork around heavy equipment

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40. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Administer medication per doctor's orders and per DDS medication administration guidelines.
  • Keep accurate record of medication administration for multiple clients.
  • Documented medication administration records according to doctor's prescription.
  • Teach self-medication administration guided by DMR regulations.
  • Helped residents with medication administration.
  • Assist clients with medication administration.
  • Document clearly and accurately when making entries about the individual's activities, behaviors, and medication administration on a daily basis
  • Cooked, light cleaning, bathing, medication administration certified through company, laundry, light wound care, transportation.
  • Assist elderly and disabled to doctor appointments, meal preparation, medication administration, light housekeeping, and laundry
  • Direct care, medication administration, community integration, ISP data, crisis intervention.
  • assisted the elderly and disabled with everyday living conditions, medication administration, light housekeeping
  • Direct service worker assisted patients with self care, cooking, laundry, medication administration, transportation, and healthcare visits.
  • Work with a disabled adult on DLAs, medication administration, feeding, etc
  • Performed duties such as (Medication administration, Tube feedings, tracheostomy care, bed baths for bed written patients.

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41. Everyday Needs

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Here's how Everyday Needs is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Job required Elderly Care, Assisted living, Helping Elderly with everyday needs.
  • Assisted the elderly with everyday needs and kept them company.
  • Care for and assist disabled residents with their everyday needs.
  • Job Duties included: Helping my client with everyday needs.
  • Assist with client's everyday needs.
  • Administer meds, wound care, assist with everyday needs.
  • greet and assist people with their everyday needs.

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42. Meal Trays

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Here's how Meal Trays is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Create meal trays for patients and guests based off of their diets.
  • Prepared meal trays for patients with a variety of dietary needs
  • pass meal trays clean patient rooms
  • Assemble and disassemble patient meal trays Escort Hospitality Associates throughout hospital Maintain a clean and sterile environment as needed throughout kitchen
  • Passed out meal trays monitored meals and made sure that all trays an trash an sporks were returned.

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43. Supportive Services

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Here's how Supportive Services is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Work with various community organizations to coordinate employment and supportive services as well as employment and training opportunities.
  • Provide case management services to the specialized supportive services unit and assist participants to become self-sufficient.
  • Provided supportive services to clients in work activity placements to foster personal responsibility and self-sufficiency.
  • Reviewed In-home Supportive Services cases for accuracy and conformity to State regulations.
  • Refer clients for supportive services/community collaborative.
  • Review forms with clients and providers and explain the IHSS (In Home Supportive Services) program to clients and providers.
  • Managed fiscal budget ($24,000.00) and allocation of program funds for supportive services of SNAPET program to participants.
  • Conducted intake assessments and treatment plans for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Program in English and Spanish.
  • Provide supportive services to the youth and his/her family to assist in reaching case plan goals.
  • Develop and implement plans for protective actions, supportive services and/or law enforcement referrals.
  • Provide or Arrange for the Provision of Protective, Emergency and Supportive Services.
  • Perform evaluations/assessments of client needs for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Program.
  • Conduct assessments of clients in need of In Home Supportive Services.
  • Interviewed individuals to assess fitness for In-home Supportive Services.
  • Provided employment counseling and supportive services to clients.
  • Determined eligibility for In Home Supportive Services for elderly and disabled adults and children and conducted psychosocial assessments.
  • Assist clients with placement into unsubsidized employment, providing supportive services when necessary.
  • Provided Cuyahoga County families with supportive services to prevent child maltreatment.
  • Home Visits & Interviewing Managing large caseload of In Home Supportive Services Emerging Leader Track, second year, Supervisory certification series
  • Provide follow up and supportive services to clients as needed for foodboxes, clothing and utlity assistance.

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44. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Created PowerPoint presentations for the songs and scriptures for Sunday services and changed the slides during the service.
  • Developed the content of a PowerPoint presentation for the Interviewing Techniques Workshop.
  • Specialized in assisting with Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel etc.
  • Helped children complete science and computer (powerpoint) projects.
  • Office-Related and Other Skills Knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook).
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint,explicitly with Excel.

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45. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Provided instruction and promoted student learning.

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46. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Executed policies and procedures to provide employment services under authority of federal and state regulations.
  • Followed federal and state regulations pertaining to confidential information.
  • Know and understand Kentucky State Regulations regarding abuse.
  • Served as an expert at implementing State regulations and food sanitation- revolving around food safe zones, storage, and inventory.
  • Conduct standard and emergency assessments of client homes using the Title 22 California State regulations for foster care licensing.
  • Performed home visits, conducted comprehensive risk assessments, and kept case records in compliance with state regulations.
  • Follow federal and state regulations to assure a balanced workforce in the Southwest Michigan Agriculture Industry.
  • Documented all case activity in accordance with State regulations, agency policies and best practice.
  • Calculate monthly budgets and account reconciliation's for health care facilities according to State regulations.
  • Remained in compliance with federal and state regulations in Social Services scope of practice.
  • Assess clients to determine eligibility for in home services based on state regulations.
  • Comply with all OSHA and State regulations regarding safety.
  • Maintained client charts in accordance with all state regulations.
  • Developed case plans for families to meet state regulations.
  • Maintain proper documentation and records in a timely manner in accordance with all federal/state regulations and program requirements
  • Served inmates nutritional meals daily according to State Regulations.Practice health sanitation safety rules policy the company.
  • Offered guidance on money management techniques Documented behaviors for State regulations.
  • Fill out and file paperwork according to State regulations 8.

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47. Staff Members

low Demand
Here's how Staff Members is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assisted staff members with family advocacy through response programs such as explained information, provided emergency resources and customer service.
  • Supervised staff members at community events.
  • Assisted teachers, parents, students, and school staff members by telephone and in person.
  • Facilitate training of new staff members in various areas, review company policies and orientation procedures.
  • Assist consumers with bathing meal preparation and house chores communicate through progress logs with other staff members
  • Assisted kitchen managers and staff with preparation of food for children and school staff members.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and promote how to better serve the public.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to perform clinical assessments and develop treatment plans.
  • Present case history material for review and discussion with other staff members.
  • Communicate effectively with all co-workers, staff members and customers.
  • Provided training and guidance to newly hired staff members.
  • Supervised three staff members and twenty plus youth.
  • Helped in the instruction of Life Skills training Supervised unit staff members
  • Assisted the other staff members in taking orders.
  • Conducted and facilitated educational trainings and inservices on various mental health topic to staff members of nursing homes in Wayne County.

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48. ADL

low Demand
Here's how ADL is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Assist client with ADL's, provide transportation and run errands, companionship and performing light housekeeping
  • Light housekeeping and document patient information daily and assist clients with their ADL's.
  • Assist with self-care, ADL, and coordinate care with health care providers.
  • Assist residents with ADL'S, assist nurses with mediation pass.
  • Help residents with ADL'S (Activities Of Daily Living)
  • Transport clients to ADL events and to parents homes.
  • Assist client with ADL's and IADL's daily.
  • Assist clients with ADL's, light housekeeping.
  • Assist with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication reminder, laundry, housekeeping, transportation, community activities.
  • Employed efficient and effective use of all resources to accomplish job according to standard timelines and to meet daily deadlines.
  • Complete all paperwork in a timely fashion and meet all deadlines regarding paperwork, state mandates and agency regulations.
  • Assisted clients with everyday ADL's, such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, doctors appointments and such.
  • Received incoming shipments and reviewed contents against purchase order for accuracy.Worked at a rapid pace to meet tight deadlines.
  • Prepare meas in a timely manner to meet a deadline in which the food must be delivered.
  • Direct Service Work Assisted patient with ADL'S (cleaning, cooking, bathing, and dressing)
  • Performed patient care and assisted with ADL's in addition to monitoring patient safety).
  • Assisted elderly patients with ADLs including bathing, grooming, dressing and safely transferring.
  • Required expertise in multi-taking and meeting monthly deadlines to ensure benefits for clientele.
  • Maintained a caseload of 150 adult daycare clients, working under strict deadlines.
  • Assist with ADLs such as bathing, grooming, feeding and transporting.

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49. Daily Needs

low Demand
Here's how Daily Needs is used in Service Worker jobs:
  • Administered daily needs (meals, getting dressed, grooming).
  • Direct Service Worker :Assist consumers with their daily needs.
  • Provided supportive daily needs to clients.
  • Assist Two Patients with daily needs.
  • Take care of clients daily needs
  • Care for client daily needs.
  • Assisted with cleaning, cooking, and the daily needs of consumers: assisted the consumers with medication and doctor/psychiatric appointments
  • assisted clients with basic daily needs (including medication management).
  • Attended to the daily needs of the client * Responsible for logging and documenting daily activities * Transported client whenever needed
  • Assist clients in daily needs Ensure medical prescriptions/needs were filled Document patient progress daily
  • Provide consumer care Assist daily needs Administration of medication Transportation
  • group home with 3 residents passing meds ,grooming,meal prep, helping with daily needs

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20 Most Common Skill for a Service Worker

Child Abuse12.6%
Ensure Safety12%
Financial Assistance10%
Customer Service9.2%
Court Hearings6.3%
Social Workers5.7%
Personal Care5.7%
Community Resources5.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Service Worker

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
9.9%
9.9%
2
2
Ensure Safety
Ensure Safety
9.4%
9.4%
3
3
Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance
7.8%
7.8%
4
4
Customer Service
Customer Service
7.2%
7.2%
5
5
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Social Workers
Social Workers
4.5%
4.5%
7
7
Personal Care
Personal Care
4.4%
4.4%
8
8
Community Resources
Community Resources
4.4%
4.4%
9
9
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
4.3%
4.3%
10
10
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Patient Care
Patient Care
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
Service Plans
Service Plans
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
2%
2%
14
14
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
2%
2%
15
15
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Independent Living
Independent Living
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Medication Reminders
Medication Reminders
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Juvenile Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
CPR
CPR
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
1%
1%
26
26
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
1%
1%
27
27
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1%
1%
28
28
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Menu Items
Menu Items
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Daily Tasks
Daily Tasks
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Child Care
Child Care
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Counsel
Counsel
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Computer System
Computer System
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Client Condition
Client Condition
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Everyday Needs
Everyday Needs
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Meal Trays
Meal Trays
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Supportive Services
Supportive Services
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Student Learning
Student Learning
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
ADL
ADL
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.5%
0.5%

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