Highly-motivated community service professional skilled at networking, outreach and relationship development. Articulate, flexible, and versatile team player who works well under pressure.
Received "Competent Communicator" Award in Toastmaster's club in 2010.
Served on the Toastmaster's Executive Committee as Sargent at Arms for two consecutive terms.
Served as Secretary of Human Resources committee while working at Brighton Center.
Acted as the department's "go-to" person for challenging calls.
Provided developmental services to families and children ages birth to 3, with disabilities and developmental disabilities. Worked with speech, occupational, and physical therapists to complete evaluations using the Hawaii Early Learning Profile. Helped develop and implement Individualized Family Service Plans through modeling strategies in the natural environment. Assisted with transition into the school district. Educated parents and professionals using the Nurturing Program curriculum.
Facilitated trainings for parents and professionals on laws governing special education, specifically IDEA. In addition, provided consultative support to help prepare for Admission Review Dismissal meetings, and helped facilitate successful outcomes during IEP meetings. The trainings helped parents and professionals gain understanding of Individualized Education Plans, Behavior Intervention Plans, Functional Behaviors Assessments, and Goals and Objectives. One of the most rewarding moments in this position was facilitating self determination trainings for young adults with disabilities. We identified short and long term goals, circles of support, and resources on gaining independence. Participants were given the supports to create Dream boards, a visual representation of their goals. Addressed questions and concerns from the general public.Coordinated the scheduling of classes for the program. Maintained up-to-date and accurate program files and records, both physical and in the database. Collaborated with community leaders, organizations and public agencies such as Any Baby Can and The Arc of San Antonio to promote the organization's community service programs. Collected and entered statistical data into database.
Working under the supervision and leadership of a board certified developmental and behavioral pediatrician. Complete extensive patient histories. These histories include gathering concerns, history, developmental milestones, and sensory processing problems. Prior to attending first appointment, provide families with related community resources. The office sees individuals 18 and younger with an array of disabilities, delays, and disorders.
Minor in Psychology
Public speaking classes
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