Master's Degree in area such as behavioral science, education, human services, etc.
One-year direct experience with children with intellectual disabilities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Maintain required certifications (CPR, First Aid, TB Assessment and all other trainings necessary)
Provide quality care by assessing and interpreting evaluation and tests results.
Provide quality care by developing and updating as necessary Plans of Care that are relevant and meaningful to the child and their family
Provide quality, evidence based therapeutic activities to address goals outlined on Plan of Care
Complete all required documentation in a timely manner as outlined in policy (i.e. functional assessment, behavior support plan, etc.)
Complete required updates for Progress Notes and Re-Assessments as outlined on Fusion to-do list
Distribute Evaluations, Progress Notes, Re-Assessments, and Discharge documents as outlined in policy
All necessary information regarding goals, objectives and behavior data will be updated on a daily basis in the on-line database
Complete Discharge documents once child has mastered all goals and no longer has a need for continued services
Complete daily billing sheet
Develop and distribute homework one time per month per child
Develop and maintain parent/professional relationship while child is client at The Kid SpOt Center
Track cancellations and collaborate with PSC to schedule make-up appointments
Collaborate with other professionals at The Kid SpOt Center to ensure treatment of the whole child
Maintain binder of patient information as outlined in company policy
Keep inventory of evaluation protocols, inform CM when forms are low and need to be ordered
Complete Clinic Metrics stats as outlined in company policy
Paid time off
Professional development assistance