Up to 3 Early Intervention is seeking a motivated, efficient, committed, detail-oriented educator to provide coordination of services to families. The service coordinator coordinates all aspects of Up to 3 with individual families and also connects them to community resources. They ensure appropriate assessment, services and program processes and regulations are provided to families. Because a portion of the communities we serve require services in languages other than English, fluency in Spanish and English is a preferred qualification. This is a temporary hourly position. Applicants who are interested in a full-time, benefited service coordinator position can apply here."
Incumbents in the Teacher, Early Intervention positions provide service coordination and developmental education to both families and children with specific disabilities in their homes, community, virtual visits using zoom and/or classroom settings in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulations.
Incumbents are required to follow the IDEA regulations and program’s responsibility.
The Teacher, Early Intervention reports to the Division Director or Program Coordinator. The position does not have supervisory responsibilities.
Provide families with the necessary knowledge and tools to enhance their child’s growth and development.
Educates families as to the IDEA regulations, specifically parts C & B, and parental rights included therein.
Coordinates and administers child evaluation and child and family assessments; facilitates and/or participates in the team determination of program eligibility.
Provides individual instruction to parents to assist the family in understanding their child’s diagnosis and other instructional and developmental needs.
Develops an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) which directs the specific services needed and who will deliver the services.
Serves as a single point of contact to coordinate the delivery of services (e.g. occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language therapy, etc.) among providers, programs, and agencies.
Provides evidence-based specialized instruction to child and/or parents related to:
Developmentally appropriate transition classroom services for children.
Home and center-based instructional services for children at risk for Autism and parents.
Home-based developmental specialized instruction for child and parents.
Coordinates and administers child evaluation and child and family assessments.
Facilitates and/or participates in the team determination of program eligibility.
Develops strategies to build on family concerns, priorities, and resources
Reviews and monitors child and family files for compliance and completeness.
Maintains adequate medical documentation.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Write and speak Spanish fluently.
Baby Watch Early Intervention Credential.
Training and experience in ASD methodology.
Experience in Early Intervention in Utah.
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Employees work indoors and are protected from weather and/or contaminants, but not, necessarily, occasional temperature changes. The employee is regularly required to sit and often uses repetitive hand motions.
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