Early Intervention
Fargo
Posted 2 months ago

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Essential Functions

  • Provides education for families to assist qualified children in meeting developmental goals in their natural environment
  • Evaluates and consults with PPC team members on education plans for children and families specifically within the Physical Therapy field of expertise
  • Develops Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) to educate, support and guide families to assist in meeting child and family goals
  • Educates parents, care givers and team members on appropriate Physical Therapy activities including, yet not limited to: manual exercises, massage, patient strength, within daily routines to fulfill developmental goals
  • Works as a team with other Pediatric Partners team members on goals set for family plan (IFSP)
  • Maintains strict patient confidentiality via records, conversations and EMR system (HIPAA)
  • Engages families using developmentally appropriate activities as part of the learning process
  • Adheres to all standards set forth by IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) federal and state programming
  • Reinforces all areas of development through coaching and modeling while giving parents and care givers tools for continued learning
  • Uses EMR system to provide appropriate information to providers and institutions, including Release of Information requests
  • Refers families to other PPC services as needed for additional treatment
  • Works with families of children transitioning from Early Intervention program to next steps in child’s development

Non-essential Functions

  • Delivers education to other team members through formal and informal informational sessions
  • Provides services to all children and families assigned within the Early Intervention program
  • Recommends toys, treatments to Pediatric Partners leadership for program development
  • Under the guidance of the Early Intervention Manager, research techniques beneficial to family plan development
  • Performs other duties essential for the running of Pediatric Partners practice as assigned by supervisor or other designate.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Licensed Physical Therapist in North Dakota
  • Field experience working with children birth to three years of age preferred
  • Ability to read, write, and speak in English required
  • Current driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft office and EMR systems
  • CPR Certification

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