Pros: flexible schedule, linking clients to community services
Cons: poor healthcare, low pay, on call 24/7, no paid vacation time
Interview clients, review records, conduct assessments, and confer with other professionals to elevate the mental or physical conditions of clients.
Assist clients in adhering to treatment plans, set up appointments with doctors and teachers, coordinate transportation, and assist with additional support.
Educate clients and local community regarding – more... various forms of abuse, medications, and resources available within the community.
Provide monthly evaluations of client progress within the treatment programs in respect towards their individual goals.
Attend court hearings, educational meetings, and community activities with clients and parents. – less