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Family Consultant

Company: The League for People with Disabilities Inc
Location: Baltimore
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:

If you are looking for a meaningful and fulfilling career where each day brings the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life, this is the position you have been looking for. Who we are:The League for People with Disabilities is a multi-faceted organization that allows youth and adults to gain independence, increase self-sufficiency, and lead fulfilling lives. Together, we are able to facilitate learning, foster growth, and build a community to achieve personal and professional goals. The League offers careers for people who enjoy supporting others so that they may flourish and lead a full and abundant life. Winner of the James W Rouse Excellence in Diversity award in 2021 and named a Top Workplace by the Baltimore Sun in 2022. League Programs: Adult Medical DayMultiple Sclerosis (MS) DayThe Snyder Center for Aphasia Life Enhancement (SCALE) ProgramMeaningful DayPersonal SupportsEmployment ServicesIndependent LivingYouth Autism ServicesBehavior Support ServicesCommunity ServicesLeague IndustriesWellness CenterCamp Greentop Respite ServicesClub 11111Our MissionThe League for People with Disabilities is committed to offering individuals the opportunity to gain independence, increase self-sufficiency and improve their quality of life. Our Core Values AccountabilityIndependenceMutual RespectParticipant FocusQuality The Family Consultant is responsible for providing monthly consultation, support, and training to caregivers and families receiving Autism Waiver services for their children. The Family Consultant will work with families and staff to meet the individual needs of the participants and provide family training as necessary. Communicate with participants, families, professional staff, and community members in a person-centered manner. Develop a positive working relationship with an assigned participant(s), families, and support Counselors.Develop individualized, measurable, and relevant Treatment Plans for each assigned participant. Review and update Treatment Plans annually, as required by MSDE. Conduct 6-month Reviews for each participant, focusing on progress towards individual goals and behavior management, and making recommendations for adjustments in specific objectives and/or strategies being utilized. Fully document all Family Consultation services provided in The League's ETO database.Provide observation and guidance to the Support Counselors on a monthly basis, ensuring that proper therapeutic techniques are being used. Provide feedback to Support Counselors about evidence-based strategies that can be implemented to assist participants in achieving their goals and objectives.Document all Support Counselor observation sessions on the Monthly Observation/Supervision Form, providing quality notes that will assist the Manager in providing professional development and more intense supervision where needed.Work with participant, family, and professional staff to achieve individual goals, in accordance with each participant's Treatment Plan. Assist families in developing techniques for working with their children. Ideally, Family Consultants will teach families how to implement/mirror the same strategies that Support Counselors are implementing, to allow for consistency of skill development and retention both in the home and community.Coordinate and actively participate in both staff and interdisciplinary team meetings. Work cooperatively with other Youth Autism Services staff to support participants. Communicate participant and programmatic needs with the Program Manager. Additional responsibilities as assigned.Demonstrate the 5 Core Values of The League (Accountability, Participant Focus, Quality, Independence, and Mutual Respect).Part-time 30 hours of work BenefitsFull-time (35+ hours) and part-time (at least 30 hours) employees benefit from working as a team at The League for People with Disabilities. Generous Vacation TimeSick Time12 Paid holidays, including a floating holiday.Health, Vision, and Dental InsuranceGroup LifeLong-term DisabilityTuition AssistanceEmployee Recognition ProgramsStaff learning opportunitiesFree access to our Wellness CenterFree On-Site parking

Master's Degree in Psychology, Human Services, or a related field OR a Special Education CertificationMust have at least 5 years of experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders, or providing relevant training on the topic.Access to a reliable automobile and a valid driver's license with no more than 3 points. PI197705353

Keywords: The League for People with Disabilities Inc, Baltimore , Family Consultant, Professions , Baltimore, Maryland

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