Coordinates Infant Learning Program. Provides assessment, intervention techniques and strategies to assist in fostering the growth and development of children with special needs from birth to three years of age in a home-based intervention program.
Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Early Childhood Education, or other related discipline and a valid teaching certification, or currently enrolled in program that will fulfill these requirements.
One year experience with young children.
The knowledge of unique and special needs of communities in the BBAHC service area, parent/child relationships, and creative learning programs for the developmentally delayed child.
The ability to teach and supervise; work with minimal supervision, foster organizational goals; and to communicate both orally and in writing.
Valid Alaska Driver’s License.
Responsible for annual update of the State ILP Grant.
Screens and assesses general developmental performance in the areas of gross motor, fine motor, behavior, cognitive, social/emotional, speech/language and self help.
Develops Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP) with families and other members of IFSP team.
Observes and assesses family unit strengths and needs.
Encourages and supports parents as the experts on their child’s developmental needs.
Assists in transitioning children into other programs as needed.
Provides in-services to community agencies, parents and other interested parties to further understanding of the Infant Learning Program and the benefits of early intervention.
Participates in ongoing staff development and education.
Provides supervision and training to employees providing direct services.
Oversees and maintains client records and confidentiality of clients.
Develops a schedule of services and work related activities to provide a maximum amount of services to families.
Fulfills all contracted and reporting requirements, to include quarterly reports, annual grant and budget.
Develops, monitors and tracks ILP budgets.
Maximizes targeted case management (TCM) to support the ILP program.
Utilizes video conferencing equipment for family contacts as needed.
Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation - 20 months ago