Early intervention position with the infant and toddler population.
Flexible work schedule available.
Certified special educator would be joining a multi-disciplinary practice that includes a team of special educators, speech therapist, occupational therapists, and physical therapists.
Schedules visits with families on caseload in the natural environment to implement the IFSP.
Provides special instruction to infants and instruction to caretaker/family.
Keeps notes on visits and progress on IFSP goals.
Writes reports and progress notes according to outlined procedure and submit reports within required timelines.
Performs assessments of assigned caseload if required.
Coordinates child’s program with other team members for the purpose of achieving uniformity of goals.
Refers questions that should be addressed by physician/primary medical facility regarding student’s medical needs to coordinator/supervisor for follow-up.
- Bachelor’s degree and state department of education certification in Special Education Early Childhood (birth – 5 years of age).
- Complete early childhood training/certification standards required by service contract.
- Early intervention experience required.
- Must possess strong organizational skills and have transportation to provide services at multiple sites.
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