Immacolata Manor will host OPEN INTERVIEWS on Tuesday, March 24th, from 10am-3pm for Direct Support Professionals. 

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are the primary providers of hands-on care for the 38 individuals with developmental disabilities who call Immacolata Manor home. They assist individuals with a broad range of personal assistance including preparation of meals, cleaning, helping with medications, bathing, dressing, mobility, and getting to planned activities on a daily basis. DSPs are often familiar with what persons with disabilities want and need, and respond to both.  DSPs touch more people, carry the biggest responsibility and have a more significant impact than any other position. That’s the power of direct care work.

Apply in person, Tuesday, March 24th, from 10am-3pm, at 2135 Manor Way, Liberty, MO.

Complete an on-line application in advance at http://www.imanor.org/resources/careers (look for the orange link).

Walk-ins are welcome!

 

The Manor Thrift Shop has a rich tradition and history of providing financial support for Immacolata Manor for 30 years. Simply Striving to be the Best, the Thrift Shop offers  a variety of clothing, furniture, jewelry, household goods, electronics and much more. Come on in to Shop, Donate, or Volunteer!

Janey’s Ride, the Best Ride in the Northland, is an annual benefit motorcycle ride which enables Immacolata Manor to sustain its life giving programs and continue to provide personalized support to people with developmental disabilities. Join this group ride as they travel the blacktop through the beautiful KC Northland countryside the last Sunday of each June.

If Medicaid funding were to stop, we could maintain our high quality of care for our most vulnerable citizens for only a few weeks. Thus, our Board of Directors set forth a course of extreme action to develop an endowment of $2 million to assure the future financial security of Immacolata Manor. Would you consider a pledged gift to help us meet our goal?

Why donate to The Manor? I know what my money is being used for.

I can see the benefits with my own eyes. The services provided from The Manor are important because they show individuals with disabilities that people do care, and we are willing to teach them and support them to have a good life.

What is special about IM?  The care, love, joy, and understanding that is provided to the residents of The Manor.  A place of comfort, growth, safety, and hope for our residents.  A home where a family member can place their loved one and know they will be well taken care of.” - Michelle Gibson, Donor