An education provider needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommute Family Academic Support Liaison. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities: Ascertain students’ academic needs and create a plan for improvement.
Working with mild to moderate needs. Providing support. Qualifications for this position include: Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) preferred. Master's/Doctoral Degree preferred. Supervised Clinical Experience preferred.
Taking advantage of working in a non-traditional school setting serving students with a range of disorders. Supporting students’ educational needs. Position Requirements Include: Bachelor’s Level Degree in Occupational Therapy. State Licensed/ Certification. AOTA Approved.
Becoming supportive model for young children and adults with physical impairments. Working with a K-12 caseload. Connecting with those that are in rural areas. Required Skills: Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy. Communication Skills both written and oral. Must be certified.
Supporting students educational needs. Diagnosing and treating. Building Individual Evaluation Plans. Skills and Requirements Include: Master's Level Degree in Education for Teaching the Blind. State Approved (Teaching) Certification. Must be able to pass a basic computer screening.
Must be able to: Provides a full range of supportive substance abuse therapy services. Prepares all related treatment documentation in accordance with applicable organizational and state standards. Keep and maintain accurate records or reports regarding the patients' histories and progress.
Core Responsibilities of this position include: Leading and supporting with a diverse set of stakeholders to support local efforts to prevent and end homelessness. Contributing to the design of tools, drafting of reports, research, and development of policy guidance.
Conduct assessments and evaluations. Work with students with varying degrees of disability. Position Requirements Include: AOTA Approved. Bachelor’s or Master’s in Occupational Therapy. Ability to complete technical and clinical training.
Supporting the clinical team in the referral and enrollment process. Coordinating with families, stakeholders and providers for processing referrals and enrolling members into the program. Providing information to members and providers regarding the company's services.
Providing individuals with information about choices of services and supports in the community. Maintaining confidentially as related to patient information. Following the acceptable use policy while using any information systems. Skills and Requirements Include: