Reports to: Director of Clinical Programs
- Provide direct service to children, ages 0-10 and their families at CDI, in the home, in school and/or in the community.
- Complete developmental assessments and train fellow staff members in developmental assessments
- Case management of all assigned cases. This includes charting, report writing, managing client hours, communication with other service providers and interventionists on assigned cases
- Produce all required reporting and assessment of assigned children, such as note taking, billing and any other paperwork necessary on a weekly basis
- Participate in all IFSP/IPP/IEP meetings for assigned children, acting as coordinator of information between family and other members of the team
- Participate in weekly BID team meetings and attend staff meetings, in-services and trainings
- Observe health and safety precautions in all activities
- Ensure treatment areas are clean, safe and organized before and after each session
Lead Interventionists are paid for billable client contact hours, two hours of documentation time for a RC progress report, case management time on a 1 hour per 6 client hours provided per week and mileage.
Education/Experience and Qualifications:
Master’s degree in early childhood mental health or education related field, early childhood teaching credential, therapy licensure or certification
- One year experience in early intervention services
- Demonstrated ability to work in a family centered, collaborative way with parents and professionals
- Ability to perform the physical demands of the intervention
- One-year commitment.
Must be able to:
- Ability to bend, squat, turn and move to respond and physically interact with children ages 0-8
- Lift at least 25 pounds.
- Effectively use a computer and telephone to conduct business.
- Travel occasionally for sessions during the morning, day, and afternoon and/or weekend hours.
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt, Part-Time Position