Family Support Worker
Routinely conduct home visit to observe, assess, and monitor families the living conditions, the level of function, and/or to identify any risk of the children and families. In addition to assessing the caregiver and child interactions, disciplinary techniques, communication styles, child development and level of nurturing, etc
- Managed a caseload of 12-18 different case type by providing families with comprehensive case management , assisting them with on-going services that are specified in case plan such as Employment/Job Training by doing resume's, cover letters and recommendation Letter. Also assist with obtaining Housing, Rental Assistance, Emergency Food Assistance, and Clothing Furniture along with Crisis Intervention when needed.
- Engaged families and other supports to assess families' needs and implement intervention that are goal oriented along with being achievable. The caseworkers build on the strength of the family to assist them in meeting their needs and respond to crisis and stress appropriately. Coordinated and facilitates the provision of family support services to increase life skills. Report incidents of child abuse and neglect, and assist the family in modifying behaviors and/or conditions that contribute to abuse and neglect as necessary.
- Established and maintained healthy, professional relationships to assist families in becoming independent of the child welfare system. Developed strategies to build trust and rapport with families and uses it as a basis in creating a plan to achieve goals.
- Completed all necessary documentation and enters required and relevant information into the Efforts to Outcome (ETO) system/database in a timely manner. Regularly assisted in analyzing the collected information and actively participates in Family Team Meetings that focus on family assessment, family development planning and service agreement development.