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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Highly-qualified Early Intervention Program Manager enthusiastic about taking on a new challenge within the Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Division of the State of Colorado. Successful at developing and maintaining strong relationships with community partners. Strategic planner and clear communicator with an adaptable approach. Passionate about educating and advocating for Early Intervention.

Skills
  • Ability to satisfactorily inspire, organize, control and guide the work of others.
  • Self starter who is energetic and action oriented, reacts quickly and correctly in critical situations and possess the ability to recognize problems and bring solutions forward.
  • Ability to make good decisions based on a mixture of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgment
  • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Exhibits the ability to understand clearly and quickly respond to instruction or direction that is received. Ability to glean pertinent information and communicate as appropriate.
  • Possesses a heightened level of ownership to do whatever is needed for the success of the organization. Exhibits creativity, caring and interest in the organization and its customers. Encourages employee commitment to accomplish the work, mission and vision of the organization.
  • Confident in using programs such as Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, SmartSheet, DocuSign, and SharePoint
  • Knowledge of the ins and outs of Child Find and Part C laws & regulations
  • Able to successfully plan ahead
  • Ability to balance and complete multiple assignments with accuracy
  • Extremely detail oriented
  • Forward thinking
Education
Adams State College Alamosa, CO, Expected in 05/2008 Bachelor of Arts : Psychology - GPA :
Work History
Department For Persons With Disabilities - Early Intervention Program Manager
Oak Ridge, NJ, 01/2017 - Current
  • Directs the activities of the Service Coordinators who perform daily case management functions and IFSP Development; provides clear objectives and support as needed
  • Assures timely and efficient completion of documentation required by Early Intervention’s Federal and State laws
  • Provides needed level of support to all supervised staff in various circumstances/settings to include emergency and crisis situations
  • Reviews and assures quality and accuracy of documents related to individuals we serve.
  • Provides technical support and direction to assure case management services are delivered, due process is followed and confidentiality is maintained
  • Supports and leads effective teams
  • Assures delivery of quality Early Intervention Services to eligible families
  • Develop data reports to monitor progress of Service Coordinator tasks
Developmental Pathways - Early Intervention Senior Service Coordinator
City, STATE, 2015 - 2017
  • Present at resource fairs, school liaison opportunities, and public awareness events as assigned to communicate information about programs and services.
  • Integrates knowledge of rules, regulation and requirements as related to serving diverse populations and the coordination of unusually challenging and complex client issues.
  • Assumes a leadership role with peers on departmental and agency teams and projects, and with community partners
  • Mentors providers as to the significance and value of service coordination and the role of facilitating interactions between clients, families, and other entities.
  • Provide training as requested on the role of service coordination.
  • Coordinate support services or therapeutic intervention for children living in a variety of settings
  • Maintain file and data management systems
Developmental Pathways - Early Intervention Service Coordinator
City, STATE, 05/2013 - 03/2015
  • Coordinate Support Services or intervention for children living in a variety of settings.
  • Communicates with a broad team of providers which may include professionals, direct care employees, families, and natural supports chosen by the individual/family being served.
  • Assures Division of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities/DIDD rules and regulations, Part C law, and agency policy and procedure are adhered to in provision of services. Attends and participates in client meetings; schedules and facilitates as needed.
  • Help families identify their child’s strengths and needs, find resources, think about decisions, develop a plan to address the child’s and family’s needs, and coordinate all the services being received.
  • Meet with families to provide materials and overview of procedural safeguards, funding hierarchy and service delivery models.
  • Develops and maintains case files
  • Develops and reviews IFSP with family and multidisciplinary team
Sagebrush Elementary - ILC (Individualized Learning Center) Para Educator
City, STATE, 08/2011 - 05/2013
  • Provide individual and small group instruction to students in general education classroom and ILC center based classrooms.
  • Work one-one-one with students in tutoring in skill building, as well as role-modeling.
  • Maintain daily records of student progress/behavior.
  • Chart individual educational progress records in conjunction with certified/licensed team.
  • Use appropriate behavior management techniques with all students as outlined by district and school guidelines and as prescribed for individual students needs.
  • Utilize teacher produced lesson plans to assist in teaching process toward each students individual education plan.
Accomplishments
  • Received “DP Professional Award” in 2016 for displaying passion in working to support individuals with developmental disabilities/delays
  • LICC Member (Local Interagency Coordinating Council)
  • Arapahoe Wellness Council Member
  • Collaborated with Developmental Pathways Communication Department to create Early Intervention promotional videos and flyers
  • Developed relationships with the Center for Autism and Related Disorders, JumpStart Autism, Arapahoe Early Childhood Council, The Shandy Clinic, The Star Center, Aurora Mental Health, etc.
  • Presented to several early childhood related agencies on the benefit of the Early Intervention Program

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School Attended

  • Adams State College

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