Pros: being out of the office and flexibility while attending school
Cons: medical benefits, wear and tear on your car with limited reimbursements, negative work environment due to micro-managing
A typical work day would be spent driving at least 30 miles per day to various clients to provide intake, attend meetings, or various other requests from parents or providers.
The majority of the time will be spent linking families to providers for their children that may have developmental delays and/or multiple disabilities within the early intervention program.
Case management duties are included and about half the time will be spent on ensuring that the cases have the required state/federal forms and monitoring for ongoing/evaluation services.