Chris Bond Scores Big at Hillcroft- and so can you!

20141118_140147Chris Bond wears many hats. He recently graduated from Ball State University in July, he’san athlete, and for the past four months, a Hillcroft Direct Support Professional (DSP). If you ask the clients he works with, they might say that is the most important job of all! As a DSP, Chris works with individuals with disabilities in their homes. He assists with daily living skills, accompanies them on community outings, and provides support as a staff, a mentor, and a friend.
Chris has several family members who have worked with people with disabilities, and shared with him how important and rewarding it is to help others. They shared how it gives you an opportunity to see growth in the clients as well as your self. This insight influenced Chris to seek out jobs working with individuals with disabilities. After finding out about Hillcroft from the website, and hearing from others who work there, he applied online!
After getting the job, Chris was thrilled to find out the clients he would be working with loved sports. As a Ball State basketball player, he was looking forward to sharing his love of the game with the clients. And given that Chris was an record-holding player compared to the likes of local legend Bonzi Wells, the clients were excited to have him around as well! Chris says, “It’s so great because we all love to talk about sports, watch sports, and go to games when we can. It makes me smile when I see them smile and happy about life!”
Hillcroft is looking for people like Chris who want to make a difference in the lives of others. Chris is one of those people who has high expectations both in work and in life. If you are looking for a job that is rewarding then Hillcroft is the place for you!
If you are interested in applying for a DSP positon at Hillcroft please go to our website at
If you would like to learn more about Chris’s basketball career, click here.

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