Location: Canon City
Posted on: January 22, 2023
Job Title: Developmental Interventionist
Location: Early Intervention
Reports To: Director of Early Intervention
Level/Salary Range: $25.00-$28.00
Position Type: Full Time
Benefits: Employees receive Paid Personal Time Off. Full-time
employees receive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance benefits at
a minimal cost to the employee; 100% employer-paid short-term
disability, group term life, and AD/D insurance. Employees and
their immediate family members are offered access to our, 100%
employer-paid Employee Assistance Program. Matching 401K.
The Developmental Interventionist will be responsible for providing
Developmental Intervention Early Intervention (EI) in-home direct
services for children from birth to age three meeting the
requirements of the Colorado Early Intervention program. The job
requires, but is not limited to, contacting parents during the
whole referral process, contacting Evaluations to determine
eligibility for EI, coordinating with any services a child might
need, working closely and keeping in continual communication with
School Districts, and monitoring that the child is receiving an
individualized curriculum with the IFSP goals embedded in the
education of each child needing services.
Provide direct services to children and families in Early
Intervention services by carrying out the goals of the
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
Develop and maintain a good working relationship with parents and
other team members and involve them both in the child's
Conduct multidisciplinary evaluations for children referred to
Early Intervention and complete professional written reports, using
an approved evaluation tool.
Maintain ongoing case notes for assigned children, submitting
assigned attendance and case notes timely.
Independently maintain an individual schedule to complete home
visits to assigned families
Participate in Individualized Family Service Plan meetings
Attend and participate in Teaming meetings as outlined on an
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Early
Complete ongoing professional development and education to maintain
Colorado Department of Education certifications (at employees' own
Complete new training as they arise through local and state
Comply with state requirements for the Early Intervention program
such as implementing the Coaching Model of services, completing
Telehealth training, and other requirements as they arise from the
State Early Intervention program.
-- Master's degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development,
Early Childhood Special Education, or Special Education; and a
Colorado License from the Colorado Department of Education in Early
Childhood Special Education.
-- Must have a valid Colorado driver's license and maintain a
certificate of personal auto insurance on file.
-- Must pass a background check.
-- Must demonstrate exceptional organizational skills and be
responsible for scheduling therapy visits with families.
-- Must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
with families and staff.
-- Must be able to relate well with others e.g., staff, parents,
and community agencies.
-- Must demonstrate a working knowledge of typical and atypical
-- Must be able to identify family strengths and value family
-- Must be able to present information positively and not interject
-- Must be able to work independently, and as a team member when
-- Must be sensitive to the needs of children and their
-- Must have the ability to maintain harmonious working
relationships with others including supervisors, staff, parents,
and individuals from the community.
-- Must maintain confidentiality, HIPPA, and FERPA.PI199568373
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