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What is DIRECT SUPPORT?
Direct support staff work with people who have disabilities so they can do things like get ready in the morning, attend a family wedding or volunteer.
Benefits and PERKS
We offer paid training, lots of vacation time, tuition reimbursement and work that’s important, work that challenges you to grow professionally… and personally.
A team of recruiters reviews online applications and schedules interviews. Once you pass a background check and are hired, we provide paid training.
With a variety of schedules available, and locations throughout the greater Buffalo and Rochester regions, we likely have a job that will work for you and your busy lifestyle.
Most of our employees work directly with people who have disabilities. They serve as direct support staff, nurses and more.
Staff Videos & Testimonials
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Hear a bit about the work our direct support staff do at Heritage Christian.
Shaneeya Cooper, RN
Registered Nurse, Shaneeya, tells you why she works at Heritage Christian.
Linique talks about the flexibility she finds at Heritage Christian.
The Work We Do
Heritage Christian Services supports thousands of people in Rochester and Buffalo to make sure they have access to housing, jobs and other things that make life better. Most of the agency’s 2,500 employees work directly with people who have disabilities. Their work happens where life happens. Sometimes they go with people out to dinner, or to a wedding, or possibly to a movie. But wherever they are, they treat people with respect and dignity – and that’s why our employees and our agency are recognized as one of New York’s top providers for people with disabilities.
Education and Training - Making an Impact
We’re pretty passionate about education and training at Heritage Christian Services. We recently hosted a Trainer’s Institute for our employees who serve as instructors so we can continue to grow in our skills. The energy in the room was evident as people gathered to learn together. vident as people gathered to learn together.
The theme for the day was “Making an Impact and Making it Last.” Jen Butler, the Vice President of Instruction from Dale Carnegie Rochester, was the keynote speaker. We spent time learning how impressions are formed.