This position provides individualized developmental services and family supports that promote the development of children and increase the self-sufficiency of families as outlined under Part C of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (I.D.E.A.) and its supporting regulations. The Part C Service Coordinator provides case management, consultative and direct services to individuals with developmental delays and disabilities, birth to age three and their families, to ensure that infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities receive necessary services commensurate to their needs. Areas of disabilities may include deafness, blindness, Autism, Down syndrome, atypical development and other physical, mental or emotional challenges. The incumbent performs work in accordance with state Part C recognized practitioner qualifications, level and scope of work. Work is performed under administrative and clinical supervision of a program manager.
??? Conducts routines based intake interviews to develop family centered goals and objectives;
??? Selects and implements appropriate evidence-based assessment and intervention strategies.
??? Ensures that required procedural safeguards are implemented and fully explained to families within federally required guidelines;
??? Assesses child and family needs and develops comprehensive plan of supports and services;
??? Monitors and coordinates the provision of services, client satisfaction with services and progress toward outcomes;
??? Documents case management activities and clinical treatment utilizing a electronic health records system and ensures that records are in compliance with Federal, State and Departmental regulations;
??? Facilitates teaming activities with the IFSP team members;
??? Links children and families to specialized assistive technology and developmental resources related to rare and common childhood disorders and syndromes and refers individuals to appropriate programs;
??? Actively monitors and coordinates early intervention services through face to face meetings and telephone conferences that include the family and other team members;
??? Advocates for individual???s needs through local and state service provider agencies;
??? Gathers, synthesizes and interprets information from medical reports, developmental screening results, parent report, observation summaries, and assessment summaries to determine appropriate interventions;
??? Formulates, coordinates and implements transition plans with families;
??? Leads a multidisciplinary team of masters level service providers to develop and implement Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP) based upon developmentally appropriate infant and toddler outcomes and family priorities;
Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Demonstrate an understanding that an integrated and coordinated team approach is essential when delivering effective early intervention supports and services to infants and toddlers and their families.
Knowledge of team models, including how teams develop, team processes and dynamics; Ability to work effectively and consult with a variety of early intervention team members and community partners in determining eligibility, conducting assessment for service planning, and planning and implementing integrated intervention strategies, supports and services for children and their families.
All qualified candidates must go through Criminal Background Check.
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