Frequently Asked Questions
Our Sidekicks all share a commitment to serving others. Each Sidekick has had related experience in the field, and most importantly, exhibits a passion for this field of service. Sidekicks also receive additional training and guidance upon joining our team.
To become a Sidekick, one must:
- • Have or be pursuing a degree in the humanities, and/or an ample amount of related experience
- • Successfully complete two interviews
- • Pass a background check
- • Provide references, which we then check
- • Have completed CPR/First Aid training
We are currently looking for the following positions: ABA Therapist, Direct Support Professional, and Intake Coordinator.
If you are reliable, motivated and passionate about serving others and interested in being a Sidekick, we want to hear from you. Check out our Employment section for more details and send us your resume at HR@SidekicksSupport.com
We understand that everyone’s needs and interests are different. Our services are personalized to fit each individual’s unique needs. The goal of our program is to provide an experience that is safe, engaging, and fulfilling; that will increase social skills, self-dependency, confidence, and overall happiness.
- • Assure your individual’s safety and well-being
- • Offer companionship and encouragement
- • Participate in games, activities, arts and crafts
- • Engage in recreational activities that are available in the community
- • Assist with daily living skills
- • Can provide supervision when parents need to tend to personal or professional needs
- • Will be role model figures
- • Will engage in meaningful conversation
If we need to arrange for a new Sidekick, he or she would be prepared by our supervisor and our former Sidekick.
On occasion, schedule changes necessitate a change in staffing. Our goal is to provide you a valuable, engaging, and meaningful experience at all times and with all staff members.