Develops and maintains good working relationships with SRS, JJA, and other community agencies.
Completes or gathers written documentation for children's files.
Connects children and families to support services and resources needed.
Provides direct in-home services including but not limited to parenting skills, life skills, child development, and behavior management.
Support case plan goals through teaching, role modeling, and demonstration.
Participates in case conferences, family meetings, client assessments, and in the team-decision making process.
Supervise and transport children and families as needed.
Participates in team meetings, sharing pertinent information regarding recruitment and retention of perspective adoptive families.
Reports unusual incidents through appropriate Risk Management, clinical and safety channels.
Ensures clients' rights are protected.
Is knowledgeable of and follows all safety procedures.
Implements SFCS policies and follows directives as required. Follows and adheres to all pertinent SFCS Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), rules, personnel policies and procedures; related accreditation and licensure standards; and federal, state and local rules, statutes, regulations, and contractual terms.