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Early Intervention Specialists are education specialists who intervene at the earliest signs of educational or developmental difficulties. Essential duties seen on an Early Intervention Specialist example resume are identifying children at risk, preventing development delays, advising families, collaborating with therapists and the educational system, and taking detailed notes of their work. The ideal candidate for this role should be able to focus on the following skills in his or her resume: special education expertise, being able to interact with children, high energy levels, multitasking, and knowledge of medical terminology. Education requirements include a Master's Degree in early intervention.

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Early Intervention Specialist

Provided on-going services to families with children with developmental delays or disabilities under the age of three as identified in the Individual Service Plan.

  • Collected data through on-going assessment conducted during intervention visits.
  • Specialized Service Training delivered to families of children with disabilities or developmental delays.
  • Traveled in assigned areas to provide delivery of specialized services.
  • Provided information on developmental milestones and coached families on how to incorporate modeled interventions into their children's daily routines.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
8
months
at this job
BA
Interdisciplinary Studies
2

Early Intervention Specialist

Performed educational in-home services to families on a weekly or bi-weekly basis

  • Designed language based activities to promote language skills
  • Implemented age appropriate activities to ensure developmental milestones were met
  • Informed parents with monthly one-to-one meetings
  • Involved parents and engaged them with strategic approaches to appropriate child development
  • Collaborated on child's progress with teachers and doctors as needed
  • Completed client and program paperwork efficiently and accurately
  • Provided referral and case management services to families
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
MS
Early Childhood Education
3

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Determined eligibility for families seeking Regional Center services
  • Answered client inquires and provided follow-up support
  • Scheduled appointments and conducted interviews
  • Input clients' confidential information into Excel spreadsheets
  • Participated in monthly trainings
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
11
months
at this job
BA
Liberal Studies
4

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Developing creative lesson plans to teach students grade-level appropriate skills that are aligned with the common core standards and engaging students in the classroom lesson.
  • Evaluating students, developing Individualized Education Plan goals and completing Evaluation Team Reports, collaborating with parents and staff and assisting students with their needs and fulfilling their IEP goals.
  • Responsible for grading student assignments and tracking student progress. Have experience with formative and summative assessments, Bracken, ASQ, ECOs and reading/writing diagnostics.
  • Responsible for classroom management.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BA
Elementary Education And Special Education
5

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Plan, schedule, and provide home visits based on individual authorization and complete session progress notes.
  • Design, adapt, and implement activities for Cognitive, Language, Fine Motor, Social-Emotional, and Sensory, Adaptive, and Gross Motor skill development using a variety of Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP) including ABA strategies.
  • Administer assessments (Dayc2/Reel 3) and document quarterly, semi-annual, and annual progress.
  • Identify changes and emergent needs on an ongoing basis and communicate to supervisor and referral source.
  • Build and maintain a positive relationship with children, families, and other service providers.
  • Attend all monthly Inland Regional Center, Staff, IEP, and ABA meetings and trainings.
  • Provide community resources, education, and coaching to families to increase knowledge and advocacy skills.
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AA
Human Services
BA
Human Development
BA
Medical Sociology
6

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Work with children who have developmental delays including communication, cognitive, motor, social-emotional, and self-help delays to help reach their goals.
  • Assure that families of young children have the resources and support that they need to reach their goals.
  • Help children reach their developmental milestones, and guide families on strategies and techniques to make their goals attainable.
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
BS
Child And Family Studies
7

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Empower families of children aged 0-5 years with developmental delays and disabilities to thrive by leading individualized weekly family training sessions in their natural environments.
  • Develop Individualized Family Service Plans with families including creating goals and linking them to applicable specialists, therapists and relevant services by building rapport and anticipating needs to actively address barriers and close gaps in services.
  • Thoroughly prepare detailed documentation for assessments, plan development and semiannual reviews in accordance with Babynet regulations.
  • Lead personalized teams, to include family, therapists, and daycare/school teachers, for each child of a 20+ child caseload, coordinating and scheduling semiannual team reviews of the child's progress and making referrals as necessary.
  • Use sound judgement and exceptional organization skills to prioritize tasks including therapy and specialist referrals, plan reviews, family training sessions and general administrative duties.
  • Successfully create and manage weekly personal schedules to accommodate visits with up to 20 families, initial evaluations, reviews and meetings with school districts.
  • Create monthly, weekly and daily task lists to ensure necessary work is completed on time with a high attention to detail.
  • Hand selected to become a founding branch member by bringing services from the Midlands to Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties in October 2016.
  • Continuously serve at local festivals and community events to create publicity for company and generate referrals.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Public Health
8

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Administer direct instructional & support services to children & their families with disabilities or delays ages birth to three years
  • Provide developmental services to children & their families by teaching families & caregivers appropriate strategies to help the child participate in their natural environment
  • Compile, maintain and file all records & documents as required
  • Participate in the development of the IFSP & assist family in developing outcomes & identifying needs within their daily routine
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
Psychology
9

Early Intervention Specialist

  • Construct age appropriate goals and outcomes for children with special needs and developmental delays
  • Teach parents developmental milestones and demonstrate strategies for implementation
  • Collaborate with local school districts in preparation for the transition to school district services at age three
  • Facilitate the timely delivery of available services to benefit the development of each child being served
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
Elementary Education
10

Service Coordinator/early Intervention Specialist

  • Provide case management to families with children enrolled in the ECI program
  • Provide special skills training therapy sessions for children with developmental delays and disabilities, ages zero to three years
  • Perform initial and annual assessments utilizing the BDI-2 testing tool
  • Coordinate services and facilitate communication among family, therapists, physicians, childcare
  • Assist families in accessing financial, social, educational and medical resources
  • Facilitate transition from the ECI program to PPCD classroom with the local school district
  • Provide parents with information and activities related to developmental milestones for children
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Humanities For Teaching
MS
Child Development

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