Home based clinical services to support children with developmental delays and behavioral challenges. Clinician provides individual or group supervision of HBTS and PASS workers. Develops goals and objectives of treatment plan, HBTS/PASS plans and trains staff in the implementation of plan. Monitors progress of treatment and modifies plans to meet objectives. Observes HBTS workers and PASS workers treating the child in the home and community. Clinical supervision of all aspects of HBTS/PASS services and plans.
Provides individual or group supervision of HBTS and PASS workers.
Responsible for the development of Home Based Treatment plan, PASS plan and writing of goals and objectives.
Ongoing modifications to treatment plans as needed. Instructs home based workers and PASS workers on proper implementation of treatment and Support Plan interventions.
Observes home based workers and PASS workers treating the child on a weekly or monthly basis, based on treatment needs.
Provides direction for emergency situations.
Licensed health-care professional with established competencies in working with children with special health care needs. *Licensed by Department of Health Rhode Island (DOH) in psychology, social work (LICSW), marriage and family therapist (LMFT), or a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with established competency in working with children with special care needs. Competency is established by formal education, continued education credits, internships, work history and supervised practice. BCBA with experience in ABA also a strong consideration. Spanish speaking preferred. Must have ability to travel within the state.