- Participate in public and private insurance billing as requested and as able.
- Become a Medicaid provider.
- Assist Service Coordinators in conducting Family Assessments and developing Individual Family Support Plans (IFSP).
- Implement assigned strategies and action plans from the IFSP with children including coaching parents/caregivers.
- Work with the Service Coordinator for each family to identify family priorities and gather resources for the family.
- Participate in trans-disciplinary teams as needed.
- Attend IFSP meetings, Family Assessments and reviews.
- Provide ongoing assessment, at least annually, with a qualified tool and family input.
- Maintain current and accurate documentation, including certifications, licensing, endorsements and registrations (including registering as a CO Medicaid provider), and shall register and update his or her information at least annually in the provider database maintained by EI Colorado.
- Participate in the reporting of Child outcomes during IFSP Meetings.
- Submit paperwork for billing and payroll in a timely and accurate manner.
- Stay current in trends in Early Intervention, Best Practices and Evidence-Based Practices for applicable field.
- Respond to families’ needs in professional and courteous manner, building relationships with families and children that will become the basis for all interventions.
- Communicate problems or concerns to the Service Coordinator or Early Intervention Program Manger immediately.
- Fulfill other duties requested by the Early Intervention Services Director to assure community compliance with the State and Part C Federal Assurances
· Customer Focus
· Interpersonal Savvy
· Process Management
· Time Management
· Understanding Others
Knowledge and Abilities:
- Ability to work with a team of professionals
- Ability to prioritize
- Ability to access situation quickly
- Customer service and professional communication
- Follow guidelines and ability to stay in compliance with federal guidelines
Physical Demands of the Job: These essential tasks may be performed with or without accommodations or assistive technology. Employees in this position may spend significant hours on the computer writing and corresponding.While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to be stationary, move indoors and within the community, position self, lift up to 50 lbs and transfer, use objects, communicate verbally, in writing, and via in-person, computer and phone, and observe. The employee will be required to attend meetings, training, and other community activities within the region of Southwest Colorado, with the possibility of occasional travel within Colorado or out of state to training or conferences.
***Please consult Human Resources for questions regarding specific criminal convictions and/or traffic violations that may preclude employment. EOE.
Flexible work from home options available.
Community Connections creates opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead healthy and fulfilling lives in our community.
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