Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional
Posted on Apr 23, 2020 by Jewish Family Service Association
This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and facilitation of the Service Plan process for persons served in the ICF, ensuring integration of service planning through the involvement of the individual, family, guardian, other service providers, agency staff, and others identified by the individual. The Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP) is a staff who is responsible for integrating, coordinating, and monitoring each participant's treatment and who possess at least three years of experience working with people with autism and/or other developmental disabilities.
Supervision Exercised: Indirect supervision of all client caregivers, as they implement the Individual Plans.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assists and monitors residents in activities of daily living.
Monitor, follow up of UIR's
Coordination of LOC Redeterminations
Completion and coordination of IAF Assessments
Benefits Management: Assistance with Patient liability and SSA
Administering the DDP
Supervision and orientation of staff
Assistance with Rep Payee and Guardian report
Resident banking statement reviews
Addressing Parent/Guardian concerns
Work with community programs
Ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations
Oversee behavioral services
Participant involvement and support
Work as direct care as needed
Bachelor's degree in a human services field.
Relevant ICF experience preferred, but not required.
DSP experience strongly preferred. 1-2 years' experience of leadership preferred. Background and experience with behavioral support services is preferred but not required.
At least 3 years with individuals with autism and/or other developmental disabilities
Ensures all essential training requirements are completed, ie, annual training, CPR/First Aid, certified medication passing, etc. Upon hire successful completion of Delegate Nursing at appropriate required level (I, II, III).
Maintain both a valid Ohio Drivers License, and a driving record that meets agency insurance company standards (ie no more than 2 incidents over a 3-year period) in addition to DODD non-medical transportation rule.
Maintain personal auto liability insurance at the level that the Agency and the insurance carrier require.
Must have a reliable personal automobile available on a daily basis.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to manage stressful situations
Ability to prioritize
Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously
Strong time-management skills
Ability to be patient and understanding with consumers
Strong organizational skills
Ability to be a team-player
Ability to work independently
Ability to lift up to 50 lb.
Ability to transfer and lift patients.
The physical demands may require lifting and assisting consumers with wheelchair mobility; however, are otherwise minimal and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations.
The work environment is representative and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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