Provides Services to
Children with all Abilities.
Early Intervention Service Coordinators
Makena's Hope Inc., a New York State approved Early Intervention Agency.
Makena's Hope Inc., Provides early intervention services in the home for children born to 3 years old with developmental disabilities and delays in Monroe and Wayne County in the City of Rochester, NY.
Our program adheres to the basic principles of the National Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families, as per Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The intervention is provided to the greatest extent possible in natural and inclusive settings and is integrated throughout typical everyday experiences, where parents play a major role in their children's learning. Our program is supervised by quality assurance professionals, ensuring that services are provided at optimal levels.
Oversight and management of an EI Caseload including, but not limited to:
• Assist families of referred children with the EI process
• Introduce transition options and facilitate development of a transition plan
• Ensure services are being provided as mandated by the child's IFSP
• Timely submission of required paperwork
• Maintain extensive documentation and timely submission of SC notes
• Bachelor's Degree or Associate's Degree, in social work, psychology, nursing, special education, occupational, speech, physical therapy, early childhood education or closely related human services field and one year of experience providing or coordinating health or human services for children and/or individuals with disabilities.
• Experienced in EI Service Coordination a must (at least 1 year)
• Strong commitment to helping families
• Highly organized with ability to multi task
• Ability to work independently and well with others
• Must have excellent oral and written communication skills
• Willing to work in the field/commute for meetings.
• A valid NPI number.
Note: A degree in a "human services field" includes social work, psychology, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, occupational, speech or physical therapy, child or family counseling and community mental health.
* Competitive and attractive per unit rate.
Speech Language Pathologist
We are looking for a skilled, sympathetic Speech Pathologist to provide quality care for our students. The Speech Pathologist will assess each individual's condition, and design therapy and treatment plans to help EI service program. You should be caring and knowledgeable about speech-related conditions and therapies. To succeed as a Speech Pathologist, you should be willing to alter treatment plans to better suit the children needs of a diverse population.
Provide speech therapy services and/or evaluations to children aged birth to 0-3 years in their most natural environment.
Educate family members and caregivers on different intervention strategies to facilitate active involvement and carry-over.
Provide services in diverse settings such as patient homes, daycare centers, facility-based and/or other community settings.
Follow Individualized Family Service Plan, collaborate ongoing treatment, and facilitate goals and treatment plan for parents
Prepare progress reports as per program timelines.
Maintain client records in a confidential secure manner.
Maintain the highest clinical and ethical standards in service provision.
Must have a passion for working with children, families, and therapists.
Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited University.
Current and valid license/registration to practice as a Speech-Language Pathologist in New York.
At least one year of experience working with children aged 0-3 years.
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