Help families promote the healthy growth and development of their child through teaching, modeling, and encouraging developmentally appropriate activities to ensure the goals of infants and toddlers as stated in a family’s IFSP. Plan, schedule, and provide family-centered services for assigned caseload. Maintain confidential client files and complete all documentation in a professional manner and within established program time frames. Facilitate and participate in program procedures including intakes, evaluations, program services, and the development and review of Individualized Family Service Plans.
Qualifications: BA in Early Childhood Education or Special Education and current state licensure, or any Master’s degree in a related field. 2 years of experience working with young children, preferably children with special needs. Must have current license as required by individual’s profession. Must have driver’s license, automobile, and appropriate insurance levels.
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