Welcome to our Employee Area.
Caring Professional Services is always seeking qualified field staff in the following areas;
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Registered Physical Therapist (PT)
- Positions Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)
- Home Health Aide (HHA)
- Certified Nursing Assistance (CNA)
- Community Liaison/ Marketer/ Account Manager
Want to Join the Team?
If you're interested in any of the above positions please complete the Pre-Employment Application, a short application, with basic information we use to match you with potential patients.Apply Today
Caring Professional Services provides ongoing education to all of its employees on a monthly basis;
- To increase staff knowledge of work-related issues.
- To meet the needs of the patients served.
- To comply with applicable law and regulation (e.g., OSHA).
- To emphasize safety and infection prevention and control as applicable to each employee’s job responsibilities.
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Emergency Plan In-Service - Hurricane Season
During the Hurricane Season all employees of Caring Professional Services are required to attend the Emergency Management office In-Service Training. The following is the in-service handout for those that could not attend the in-service.
Hand Hygiene Interactive Training CourseThis course and promotional materials review key concepts of hand hygiene and other standard precautions to prevent healthcare-associated infections.
Home Health Aide Agency Compliance In-Service
As part of our yearly compliance and training the following in-service is to provided to our Home Health Aide staff to better serve our clients, patients and the Agency.
Adult Protective Services - Reporting Abuse/Neglect/Exploitation
Everybody in the State of Florida is a mandatory reporter.
How to report
BE PREPARED TO PROVIDE:
- Victim name, address or location, approximate age, race and sex;
- Physical, mental or behavioral indications that the person is infirm or disabled;
- Signs or indications of harm or injury, including a physical description if possible;
- Relationship of the alleged possible responsible person to the victim. If the relationship is unknown, a report will still be taken if other reporting criteria are met.
WAYS TO MAKE A REPORT:
- REPORT ONLINE
- TELEPHONE: (800) 962-2873
- TDD (Telephone Device for the deaf): 1-800-453-5145
- FAX: (800) 914-0004
NOTIFICATION OF REPORT:
Telephone reporters will always be told prior to concluding your conversation, whether the information provided has been accepted as a report.
For faxed information, notification will be provided only when additional information is needed to accept a report, or when the report does not fall within the jurisdiction of the Department of Children & Families. Your fax number must be clearly indicated on your report. Although you may request confirmation, you can assume that your report was accepted if you provided your fax number and receive no response from the Hotline.
How To Use Assistive Devices In-Service
Caring Professional Services cares about its staff and frequently provides educational materials regarding infection control.