Lifetime Assistance, Inc. Announces Wage Increase
“Lifetime Assistance is committed to its team members, and we are proud to announce a recent wage increase for all employees including a new starting wage of $17/hr for Residential Direct Support Professionals,” said Bryan O’Donovan, Lifetime Assistance President and CEO.
Lifetime Assistance is a dedicated, hands-on partner supporting and empowering children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential in becoming contributing community members. For more than 40 years, and now with more than 80 locations, Lifetime Assistance has supported the Greater Rochester Region and continues to be a resource for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout their lifelong journey toward independence.
Beyond new, higher starting wages, Lifetime Assistance offers more earning potential for those regularly scheduled on overnights and weekends, as well as sign-on and stay bonuses, paid training, flexible hours, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, and career advancement opportunities.
“We are so incredibly proud of the dedicated team here at Lifetime Assistance. They provide the highest level of compassionate care and support, helping individuals live life to their fullest capability,” O’Donovan said. “We hope that these increases will help us retain and attract outstanding employees who are seeking a meaningful career supporting our community.”
Joining Lifetime Assistance means more than taking a job, it’s the start of a career of making a difference and changing lives – a career with purpose and wide-reaching impact. Click here to learn more about our important mission in this community and to find out how you can be a part of the Lifetime Assistance family.
About Lifetime Assistance
Lifetime Assistance, Inc. is an industry leader providing comprehensive services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, helping them live with the highest possible level of independence. Established in 1978, the non-profit organization supports more than 1,800 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities at over 80 sites throughout the Greater Rochester Region, providing a full spectrum of individualized services to help children and adults reach their maximum potential by promoting independence, dignity, and respect.