1. Delivers a continuum of comprehensive therapeutic services and supports to individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities within their natural environments.
2. Conducts therapeutic assessments, including but not limited to preference assessments, functional behavior assessments, and skill acquisition assessments.
3. Develops, monitors, and evaluates comprehensive functional assessment-based behavior support plans targeting both reductions of challenging behavior and acquisition of meaningful replacement skills.
Maintains responsibility for staff/caregiver training, coaching, and on-site technical assistance as a means of ensuring accurate behavior plan implementation.
5. Generates objectives and prepares clinical reports and progress summaries evaluating progress toward treatment objectives.
6. Uses creative problem solving to explore innovative solutions for barriers to therapeutic service implementation.
Participates in the client’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or similar person-centered treatment planning process, collaborating with other members of the team to promote a continuity of care.
Designs and/or conducts staff trainings on clinically-related topics. Provides on-site coaching and training to SHNH staff specific to implementation of the Foundation’s current crisis management curriculum.
Provide clinical supervision to clinical staff enrolled in university training programs.
Participates in the intake process as directed/requested.
11. Develops and maintains supportive working relationships with the individual’s families/guardians.
Maintains confidential records (e.g., assessments, treatment plans, clinical reports, progress summaries), completes mandated reports (e.g., incident reports), and participates in mandated reviews as per regulations.
1. Adhere to the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles & Code of Conduct or other applicable professional code of ethics commensurate with licensure/certification.
2. Complete and/or maintain required staff trainings, including training in a Foundation-approved crisis management curriculum.
3. Work in collaboration and in support of the Seven Hills Foundations’ operating subsidiary.
4. Actively promote and positively role model philosophy, mission, and core values of the organization. Foster an environment which promotes SHF Core Values (i.e., respect and kindness, integrity, teamwork, innovation, service to others).
5. Implement SHF policies and procedures and funder regulations, inclusively.
6. Complete and maintain all required trainings, certifications, and/or licenses.
7. Treat clients served, associates, guests and other stakeholders in a respectful and dignified manner.
8. Safeguard sensitive and confidential data.
9. Respond effectively to potential safety hazards and emergencies.
10. Follow maintenance and safety protocols.
11. Perform additional duties as assigned.
2. Ability to lift up to 25lbs. without assistance.
3. The employee must perform activities required to participate in physical restraint in relation to the appropriate size of staff and student. Specific vision abilities required by this job include peripheral vision, and depth perception.
4. Physically able to perform job responsibilities including actively moving, standing, walking, use of hands, reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and lifting to 40 lbs.
5. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear, and remain awake and alert while on duty.