Achieve Beyond is a growing national agency focused on serving children with special needs by providing autism services, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and other related services. We are currently looking to hire Service Coordinators to join our growing team. Administrative office
The Early Intervention Service Coordinator will manage and oversee the process involved in assisting families enrolled in the Early Intervention Program. The Service Coordinator combines the traditional case management activities of organizing and coordinating needed services with the philosophy of family-centered care. The goal of service coordination is to create opportunities for collaborative, family-centered, community-based services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The Service Coordinator will help families identify and prioritize concerns, assist parents in developing plans and strategies to meet the needs of their children and family units, and strengthen families' competencies and sense of control over life events, while adhering to the timelines and procedures set and guidelines.
Oversight and management of an Early Intervention caseload
Timely follow-up on cases upon assignment
Monitor ongoing services and therapist performance for a number of children including Special Education, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Autism Services.
Assisting families in identifying available evaluation or service
Work independently and meeting timeliness of all paperwork submission and implementation of Regulations and Policy.
Educating families of advocacy services
Coordinating with medical and health care providers
Facilitating the developments of a transition plan to the preschool and other services when
Navigates through Early Intervention System and customized database independently with minimal supervision, by updating and uploading necessary information and documents for every child.
Conducts field work with the families as needed such as home visits, office meetings at regional or public location upon family request
Documents and submits all activity on a daily basis with accurate information and meets the unit
Attend monthly Supervision meetings for training and continuous development
Other duties as assigned by manager
Preferred experience in a service setting with infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities
A Bachelor's degree in a health or human service field
Fluent in Spanish and English. Other languages are a plus
Intermediate computer skills are required as well as knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
Self-motivated individual who will be able to work independently
Excellent organizational and communication skills
16 freelancers are bidding on average $1053 for this job
Me considero una persona atenta y con excelente capacidad para asumir este honorable proyecto. Me encantaría que me dieran la oportunidad de trabajar junto a ustedes
I am a special education high school teacher in VA with years of experience working with students with varying disabilities. I think I would be a great fit for this position. Thanks for your time and have a great day.