QIDP - Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional

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Help at Home is the nation’s leading provider of high-quality support services to seniors and people with disabilities. Our clients need us more than ever to continue living independently in their own homes while staying safe from high-risk facilities.   

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At Help at Home, our QIDPs focus on coordinating the development and implementation of supported living services with referral sources, clients, and employees while ensuring the delivery of quality services.  This coordination occurs through the direct supervision of employees, support for clients, and ongoing communication with family, community, and funding and licensure sources.  


Help at Home strives to be an employer of choice in your community and our employees are the foundation of our work. Eligible staff have the opportunity to enroll in a wide variety of benefit programs, along with lucrative bonuses in certain areas. 

We offer a variety of in-depth training opportunities in order to provide our staff with the tools to be successful. Help at Home also offers strong career path possibilities for those employees who are committed to growing within the organization.  

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A typical day for a Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional includes: 

Person-Centered Planning and Individual Support Planning: 

  • Actively participating in the person-centered planning process, including development and implementation of Person-Centered Plans (PCPs), and the Individual Support Plan (ISP). 

  • Designing and implementing support and teaching strategies targeted at assisting clients with reaching their outcomes as outlined in the client’s ISP. 

Quality Assurance:

  • Reviewing all documentation, notifying the support coordinator of any incidents, and providing oversight for DSP staff and team leads. 

  • Maintaining communication with family members, guardians, staff, and support coordinators on a regular basis particularly regarding policies, issues, and concerns. 


  • Coordinating in-service trainings that are needed to assist staff in fulfilling responsibilities related to client-directed support. 

  • Providing direct support by providing services needed to protect the health and safety of the client especially in a staffing crisis. 

Other Job Functions: 

  • Client record-related maintenance and compliance. 

  • Coordination of client benefits including Medicaid, Medicare, SSI, SSA, and Food Stamps. 

  • Securing community resources for clients. 

  • Assisting the director with other duties as assigned and with approval. 

In order to be eligible for this role, you should have: 

  • A bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, human services, or a related field  

  • Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities 

  • A QIDP Certification or the ability to obtain a QIDP Certification 

  • Supervisory experience preferred 

  • A personal vehicle that is insured and meets state safety/licensure requirements 

  • A valid driver’s license, may require chauffeur’s license 

  • 24/7 availability for caseload-related crises 

  • Availability to work day and evening shifts 

  • Availability to be On-Call 

  • Compliance with background check requirements, as required by state laws 

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals must comply with state background screening requirements. Compensation, benefits, time off, and bonuses vary by state and location, so please ask for complete details at your interview. 

Help at Home
Full time
Bourbonnais, IL 60914, US