Taught students with severe and profound developmental disabilities (age range 5-8 and 18-22). Collaborated with various service providers, administrators, families and advocates to create Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for each student. Responsible for teaching curriculum while integrating IEP goals and objectives, as well as collecting and reviewing student data.
Served on a District Professional Development Team to create a Transition Level curriculum (ages 18-22). Presented curriculum to other teachers in the district, as well as the NC Council for Exceptional Children's 2016 Conference.
Served as Team Leader for 7 years, and as a mentor to beginning teachers for 4 years.
Provided case management to 15-18 clients with developmental disabilities. Responsible for attending yearly person-centered planning meetings and creating goals and objectives for the client to work towards independence in the home and community. Collaborated with families and guardians of clients to determine the best plan of care.
Hired, trained and supervised approximately 35 staff working with clients in their homes and in the community.
Responsible for collecting and reviewing staff's data sheets and submitting hours worked to the Medicaid Waiver Program.
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