Homecare Work

UPDATE 17 December 2018:

We have just filled all shifts. Home care workers are encouraged to fill out our online, brief, private survey, link below. We will keep answers on file for future openings and sub positions, plus you can indicate that we can share your interest with other disabled consumers.

Below is our original entry:

Update December 2018:

Several shifts for mainly PM have just opened up. We are interviewing now, with an early January start date. If you are interested, please fill out this survey. There is an option in the survey so that I can share your interest in homecare work with other disabled consumers in the Eugene area.

Any additional questions, email davidwoaks@gmail.com.

We have a great homecare team of about six folks. Here is a chance for you to join this team! More info can be found for the David W. Oaks listing in the Oregon Home Care Commission Directory, or click the below link:

Paid: Home Care Worker Wanted

 

Here is why this is one of the best work places on Earth!

David W. Oaks has worked for more than 40 years as a disability activist, mainly on mental health. He has also worked in the peace and environmental movements. He co-founded MindFreedom International, one of the main independent human rights coalitions for mental health. He was director for 25 years of this Eugene-based nonprofit. He has spoken widely in more than 10 countries.

In December 2012 he had a major fall and has about nine severe disabilities, however, he is still an activist and writer. His main interest now is the intersection between our environmental crisis, disability, disaster preparation, and climate silence.

Debra and David on their back accessible deck, looking over their ecogarden.

Debra and David on their back accessible deck, looking over their ecogarden.

David’s home office is in a quarter-acre small eco-home called Mad Swan, with his wife Debra, and their cat Bongo.

David works closely with people in the Oregon Country Fair community as an Elder, the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene, video activist David Zupan, Opal Network, 350 Eugene, International Association for the Advancement of Creative Maladjustment, and his new consulting start-up Aciu Institute.