Provides coordination and assistance to eligible children and their families in gaining access to authorized early intervention services provided under Washington’s Early Support for Infants and Toddlers Program for children birth to three. Shares responsibility for the intake process and coordination of information for families seeking or participating in services from the Washington State Early Support for Infants/Toddlers Program in order to determine eligibility. Shares responsibility for implementation of the Primary Coaching model of service
- Facilitates and participates in the development, review and evaluation of the Individualized Family Service Plan based on the multidisciplinary evaluation and assessment of the child.
- Assists families in identifying and gaining access to community and financial services and service providers (such as Medical and Health Providers).
- Performs data input and management of family child caseload information.
- Meets mandated timelines for data entry and management in accordance with Federal and State Performance Indicators.
- Coordinates and monitors the provision and delivery of early intervention services and other services the child needs or is being provided.
- Facilitates the development of transition plans to public preschool services or other transitions a family may require or desire.
- Informs families and involved agencies of advocacy services, and family rights according to the Washington State Early Intervention Program.
- Provides monthly reports regarding FRC activities.
- Works as part of a team to provide central intake information and referral services to families in order to gain access to developmental, educational, medical, and social support services for which they are eligible.
- Coordinates with pediatric specialty clinics.
- Participates as a member of the Primary Coaching Team, attending weekly meetings and coordinating with other team members.
- Collaborates with internal and external service providers such as Early Head Start and Whatcom Center for Early Learning.
- BA or related professional degree in areas such as Human Services, Special Education, Early Childhood, Developmental Therapy,
- Minimum of one year direct experience working with children birth to three and their families or equivalent.
- Ability to register with the State of Washington, Early Support for Infants and Toddler Program as a Family Resource Coordinator is required.
- Fluency in Spanish preferred.
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