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Hamad Centre For Special Needs
Case Managers delivers programming based on Applied Behavioral Analysis best practices and records accurate data of treatment gains of clients. Additionally, they manage a specified caseload of clients. The Case Manage reports directly to Clinical Director. Case Managers are held responsible for the following duties:
•The Employee will develop program schedules to meet the objectives of student IEPs, including staff schedules making adjustments.
•The Employee will document and maintain organized records of client programs including, individualized education plans, monthly clinic notes, lead case review notes, and behavior intervention plans.
•The Employee will assist the therapy staff with the implementation of 1:1 intervention programs.
•The Employee will run regular team meetings and provide feedback to the therapy team.
•Participate in the training of clients’ guardians and family on intervention techniques.
•Will provide no less than 10 hour of direct contact with the students per week week.
•Will train new staff, including modeling appropriate on-shift behavior.
•Will write annual staff evaluations for those under his/her supervision.
Applicants must have the following:
>Master degree in Education, Special education or Psychology.
>At Least three years experience using the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis.
>Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA) or Enrolled in BCBA certification program.
>Strong communication skills, with a good command of the English language.
- منطقة الوظيفة: أبوظبي, الإمارات
- قطاع الشركة: تعليم/تدريب/مكتبات
- المتطلبات : صاحب عمل (القطاع الخاص)
- الدور الوظيفي: التعليم/التدريب
- الحالة الوظيفية: دوام كامل
- نوع التوظيف: دوام كامل
- عدد الوظائف الشاغرة: 2
- المستوى المهني: إدارة
- عدد سنوات الخبرة: الحد الأدنى: 3 الحد الأقصى: 10
- منطقة الإقامة: أبوظبي, الإمارات العربية المتحدة
The Hamad Centre is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping children with Autism and other developmental disabilities. The Centre specialises in behavioural and educational intervention, based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Autism is considered one of five pervasive developmental disorders that are defined by the behavioural symptoms observed in an individual. Although the combination and severity of symptoms vary, individuals who are affected will all experience some degree of developmental delay that may impact significantly on their lives.
Regardless of diagnosis it is now known that early, intensive behavioural intervention can significantly reduce the symptoms of autism in many children and greatly improve the quality of life for others.
Using well-established behavioural principles children are taught socially significant skills, such as communication and play skills, while reducing inappropriate or competing behaviour such as non-compliance, tantrums or aggression. Our programs are individually tailored to the needs of each child and our comprehensive curriculum is based on age-appropriate developmental progression.