Hard-working, experienced Special Education Assistant with ability to work with students that are developmentally and cognitively disabled and/or medically fragile to improve their academic, communicative and behavior skills. Deliver high quality service to achieve maximum independence for each individual.
Responsible for maintaining safe, clean environment for client. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to speak basic Spanish and sign language. Good team worker with the ability to work independently. Excellent writing skills for documentation and logging. Supervise students in the gym, hallways and cafeteria, in a work setting, and in the community. Effectively communicate expectations verbally, with picture symbols, and using sign language. Provide toileting, tube-feeding, range of motion exercises and BD's, and other duties for the medically fragile. Engage students in music, theater, gym and academics.
Supervised and de-escalated students in time out and in-school suspension rooms; liaison between student/teacher/parent/administration and police; maintained safe environment; documented student behaviors and assisted with conflict resolution and crisis intervention.
Supervised and maintained safe environment for detained juveniles in a locked up setting. Served meals and supervised clean up. Documented daily behaviors of clients. Performed intake procedures and documentation for incoming juveniles. Supervised visits. Worked strongly as a team with other correctional workers.
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