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family support specialist

  • Performed quality checks via phone to families to ensure satisfaction of services
  • Assisted in maintaining spreadsheet of monthly contact from group homes/day programs to ensure constant communication.
  • Scheduled and facilitated  tours of agency day services 
  • Ensured  all DDD/Agency paperwork was completed prior to admission date
  • Inputted all client intake paperwork into agency Therap system
  • Admitted  individuals into agency Day services
  • Maintained regular communication with Support Coordination  Agencies to ensure ISP’s reflected correct amount of units  for billing purposes 
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family support specialist

  • In charge of client case load of 15 cases.  Clients not involved with DCS.  Program is called Healthy Families.  This was more prevention and it was in home instruction to new parents.  Program lasted 5 years with each family. 
  • Emailed new/updated ISP’s to all necessary departments in the agency
  • Updated authorizations in NJ Children System of Care website for agency After school  respite services
  • Provided individuals in need with information on necessary services within state/county (ie NJ-CAT, DVRS, etc)
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family support specialist

  •  Managing a caseload of children and their families. Providing service coordination, parent training, scheduling, transportation, treatment using evidence-based practices, and in-home treatment. 
  •  Supervising and managing a treatment team made up of behavior technicians and a behavior analyst to provide behavioral interventions for children with an ASD diagnosis. 
  •  Attending IEP meetings, updating IFSPs in the state database, keeping up to date communication and treatment records in case files, and running weekly team meetings for each child on my caseload. 
  • Data analysis, tracking progress, and graphing program progression for presentation in team meetings.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans based on clinically significant, complex assessments.
  • Consult with parents, teachers, and other school personnel to determine causes of problems such as violence and misbehavior, and to implement solutions.
  •  Managing a caseload of children and their families. Providing service coordination, parent training, scheduling, transportation, treatment using evidence-based practices, and in-home treatment.
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family support specialist

  • Develop goals with the parent(s) and make a plan for accomplishment of those goals.
  • Assess and provide guidance related to child safety
  • Maintain appropriate and up-to-date client records, including completion of the statewide research data, and month end reports in a timely manner
  • Track child immunizations and help families establish an ongoing relationship with health and dental care providers
  • Provide resources, referrals and information to families as appropriate
  • Screen families using the New Baby Questionnaire and be knowledgeable of Healthy Families eligibility requirements
  • Develop and maintain positive, working relationships with community resources/partners

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