24 Hours a Day
7 Days a Week
Where Independence Begins 3915 Cascade Road, Suite 260
Atlanta, GA 30331


About Destiny's Child's Staff

Destiny's Child Inc. is made up of a multi-disciplinary team that is committed to providing the highest quality of services to individuals with special needs in the least restrictive environment.

The Agency is committed to ongoing performance improvement and will continually seek ways to meet the needs of the individuals and the community.

Multi-Disciplinary Team

  • RN
  • LPN
  • Board of Directors
  • Office Assistants
  • Coordinators
  • Home Health Aides
  • Companion-Sitters
  • Volunteers

Destiny's Child utilizes the multidisciplinary treatment team approach to assist the individual in developing a comprehensive individualized service plan (ISP) to become a more independent citizen in the community.

Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

This is a written document that serves as a guide to what types of services we offer our individuals, allowing them to become independent citizens. An ISP normally includes the scheduling of medical/dental appointments and the individual's therapeutic recreational activities.

Hands of Team Members

Destiny's Child Team - Coordinator

Daily Care

  • Bathing
  • Routine Skin Care
  • Grooming
  • Assistance with Toileting
  • Ambulation & Transferring of Individual
  • Medically Related Activities to Include the Taking of Vital Signs
  • Participate in the Establishment and Implementation of the Individual's Service Plan
  • Encouraging Physical Activity
  • Applying First Aid in Case of Sudden Illness or an Accident
  • Reminding Individual to Take Prescribed Medications (Supervision/Oversight of Medication)
  • Providing Watchful Supervision & Oversight
  • Preparing Meals and Washing Dishes
  • Assist Individual with Grocery Shopping
  • Assist Individual with Activities Within the Community
  • Assist Individual with ISP Goals
  • Report Problems and Progress of Individual to Physician and Others as Approved by Individual

Additional Requirements

The Coordinator is in constant contact with the individual, the public and the community and brings important issues before the Senior Coordinator and Administrative staff. Specialized training or one year of experience in working with a person with developmental disabilities.

Destiny's Child Team - Home Health Aide

Daily Care

  • Bathing
  • Laundry
  • Routine Skin Care
  • Grooming
  • Preparing Meals & Washing Dishes
  • Ironing
  • Encouraging Physical Activity
  • Reminding Individual to Take Prescribed Medications
  • Assistance with Toileting
  • Ambulation and Transferring of Individual
  • Providing Watchful Supervision & Oversight
  • Applying First Aid in Case of Sudden Illness or an Accident

Additional Requirements

Documenting and maintaining progress notes indicating changes in the individual's condition, problems that hinder service delivery, and additional needs of the individuals.

Destiny's Child Team – Companion-Sitter

Daily Care

  • Accompany the Individual to the Doctor
  • Provide Companionship & Socialization for the Individual
  • Accompany the Individual to Grocery Store
  • Meal Preparation & Serving
  • Home Safety & Management
  • Accompany the Individual in the Community for Activities
  • Routine Household Tasks
  • Ironing
  • Remind Individual to Take Medication
  • Report Any and All Changes of Individual's Health

Additional Requirements

  • Provide supportive care and assistance to individual.
  • Identify the needs if it is within the scope of preparation and outlined in the service plan.
  • Be able to document and follow written instructions.
  • Understand the needs and characteristics of the intellectually disabled.

Who Do We Hire?

This company is an equal employment opportunity employer. We adhere to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age, or disability. We assure you an opportunity for employment with the Company. Selection depends solely on applicant's qualifications.

We only accept applications submitted online through the DCI Current Job Listings. No walk-ins allowed.


 Click here to apply online. To apply you must meet the guidelines listed below:

  • (2) Years' Verifiable Experience as a Care Provider for the Intellectually Disabled
  • Proof of Legal Authorization to Work in the United States
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • CNA or Able to Pass PSA Test (Click Here to Check your CNA Status)
  • Current CPR (Click Here to Get CPR Certification) $19.95
  • Current First Aide Card (Click Here to Get First Aid Certification) $19.95
  • Current Physical
  • Current TB or Chest X-Ray
  • Finger Print through the State of GA (COGENT) $52
  • Background Check (Georgia Only) (Click Here to get Background Check) $12
  • MVR Report 7 Years' Check $8
  • Valid State of Georgia Driver License (8 Years) $32; or Valid
  • State Georgia ID (8 Years) $32
    Must be Able to Use a Computer and Type

Amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

You must have the below documents for Employment with DCI (with no exceptions):

  • Proof of Legal authorization to Work in the United States (Social Security Card, Passport, Green Card, etc)
  • Finger Print through State of GA (COGENT)
  • Background Check
  • Current CPR
  • Current First Aide Card
  • Current TB or Chest X-Ray
  • Current Physical (Can be Obtained at Local Health Department)
  • Valid GA Driver License or Valid GA ID (State of Georgia Only)
  • MVR Report 7 years'
  • Your CNA License (Or be Prepared to Take PSA Test

Weekday Shifts

Coordinators: 3PM-12AM PRN
Home Health Aides: 12AM-8AM PRN

Weekend Shifts

Coordinators: 4PM-12AM PRN
Home Health Aides: 12AM-8AM, 8AM-4PM PRN
Companion Sitters: 12AM-12PM, 12PM-12AM PRN