Company: Breckenridge Village of Tyler
Position: QIDP - Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional
Assignment: ICF-IID Program
Reports to: Director of ICF-IID Program
Status: Full-Time, Exempt
Pay Grade: 9A
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Human Service Field. Will consider high school diploma or GED with significant experience.
Experience: Experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or some other form of direct care. Prefer individual certified as a QIDP. Must be competent and proficient working with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
Supervises: ICF-IID House Managers as assigned by ICF-IID Program Director
Critical Action Items:
1. Perform the various duties required of a QIDP (Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional) including developing, monitoring and revising active treatment goals and objectives; conducting annual Interdisciplinary Team Meetings (IDT) and interim IDT meetings for residents; writing quarterly, interim, and annual reports for each resident.
2. Observe and document resident behaviors on appropriate forms such as Behavior Progress Notes, Weekly Progress Notes, or other forms as necessary.
3. Monitor Incident and Accident Reports (I&A), and conduct investigations of injuries of unknown origin.
4. Maintain awareness of resident rights restrictions, convene the Human Rights Committee as needed and maintain appropriate documentation.
5. Maintain awareness of individuals without guardians who are unable to make an informed decision, completing and submitting documentation to a Surrogate Decision Making Committee as needed and appropriate.
6. Serve as a Ã¢ÂÂfloaterÃ¢ÂÂ between the ICD-IID houses as needed, especially to assist any resident in need of one-on-one special support for a brief interval of time.
7. Assist each resident toward the achievement of active treatment goals, working both formally and informally to provide active treatment through all activities and interactions.
8. Supervise residents in each cottage during self-administration of medications during medication administration.
9. Provide transportation for residents to appointments and activities or with shopping needs and personal errands.
10. Ensure that required fire drills, emergency preparedness drills, and other life safety requirements are completed and appropriately documented for all ICF-IID Houses.
11. Convene and facilitate monthly House Council Meetings for each ICF-IID house.
12. Assist Program Director and RN in filing and completing various monthly documents and documentation.
1. Assist each resident toward the achievement of active treatment goals.
2. Supervise residents in each cottage during self-administration of medications, as needed.
3. Document resident behaviors on appropriate forms.
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