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Under the supervision of the Manager our Community Inclusion Specialists are primary implementer's of our organization’s services, working on the front lines in our communities. As our professional representatives in the field, we view their roles as particularly critical to the overall success of the programs we provide. View More >>
Under the supervision of the Manager our Community Inclusion Specialists are primary implementers of our organization’s services, working on the front lines in our communities. As our professional representatives in the field, we view their roles as particularly critical to the overall success of the programs we provide. View More >>
Under the supervision of Birth to Three Director, the Birth to Three Billing Associate is responsible for all Birth to Three billing coordination, billings, reconciliations, postings and related functions. View More >>
Under the Supervision of the Site Manager and daily direction from the Site Coordinator and Lead Teacher responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in overall classroom and playground operations, implementing a developmentally appropriate program and providing a high quality of education and care for students. View More >>
Under the Supervision of the Site Manager, and guidance of the Site Coordinator, the Lead Teacher is responsible for the overall operations of the classroom and provide a high quality of education and care for children. View More >>
School based BCBA to serve as one of the clinical supervisors of school based therapy and behavioral services within school setting. The BCBA serves as a resource to school staff to facilitate inclusion and transition efforts. Responsible for adhering to legal requirements and principles, demonstrating sound professional judgment. Conduct functional behavior assessments, ecological assessments, observations and recommend positive behavior supports for children with Autism Spectrum disorders and other related disorders. Attend PPT meetings, create and maintain all necessary documentation and reports. Provide support and work collaboratively with school staff, Behavioral Therapists, administration and families. Observe and supervise Behavioral Therapists. View More >>
POSITION SUMMARY/PURPOSE Under the supervision of Birth to Three Supervisor, coordinates the office for the Easterseals Birth to Three Program, assisting in an office system that is effective, well organized and smoothly run, while monitoring timeframes and compliance measures established by the CT State Birth to Three Program, Federal act IDEA part C. View More >>
Position located at Bucks Hill Elementary School and Pre-School, Waterbury CT. The Behavior Therapist works under the direction of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst or other classroom personnel providing services to student with disabilities relating to instruction and behavioral plans. The Behavior Therapist is responsible for working with students ages Pre-K to grade 5 in the classroom setting, maintaining and monitoring students to generalize skills in an inclusive setting. View More >>