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Top 50 Early Intervention Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Early Intervention Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Early Intervention Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.0% of Early Intervention Specialist resumes contained Developmental Disabilities as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Early Intervention Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Early Intervention Specialist

1. Developmental Disabilities
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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Worked for government organization such as CACOST, developmental disabilities institutes and other similar settings.
  • Provided connective services to adult individuals with developmental disabilities who resided in the community.
  • Provide monthly in-home services to children diagnosed with medical conditions and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide home-based interventions for children birth to three with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided services to children with various developmental disabilities or delays.
  • Balanced budget for entire Developmental Disabilities Division annually.
  • Coordinated a system of services for children from birth to age three with developmental disabilities or delays and their families.
  • Provide in-home physical, emotional, and developmental assistance to children (ages 0 months- 3yrs) with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided Early Intervention Services to children aged birth to three with developmental disabilities through assessment of needs and support of family
  • Provided early intervention services in the homes of families with children 0-3 years old at risk for developmental disabilities.
  • Provided ongoing evaluation and assessment consultation to county board of developmental disabilities and Help Me Grow staff.
  • Create and maintain appropriate records and documentation per Ohio State Board of Developmental Disabilities, Ohio Dept.
  • Provided ongoing supports and services for children birth to three years old with developmental disabilities.
  • Work 1:1 with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as other developmental disabilities.
  • Provided Early Intervention Services to children with or at risk for developmental disabilities.
  • Participated on a multidisciplinary team in the assessment, planning, and intervention process for children with developmental disabilities.
  • Participated in monthly Early Intervention meetings with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

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2. Child Care
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Here's how Child Care is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinated developmental assessments of children birth - five years of age receiving state child care funding.
  • Provided support as a child care consultant to providers.
  • Developed and facilitated trainings to child care providers on Ages and Stages, Creative Curriculum and implementing Individual Learning Plans.

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3. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Developed treatment plans and reviewed provider applications in order for student to participate in intervention program.
  • Completed full developmental evaluations and determined mental health diagnoses and treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with other therapists to develop treatment plans.
  • Required understanding of early childhood development and human behavior, as well as the ability to create individualized treatment plans.
  • Co-treated with Occupational Therapist and Speech Language pathologists, integrated treatment plans toward overall development of the child.
  • Provided comprehensive case management services, including creating treatment plans and connecting clients and families to appropriate resources.
  • Assessed and evaluated client's with Autism Spectrum Disorder, created treatment plans and toilet training procedures.
  • Team with professionals to review best practices and create treatment plans for each individual child.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans and modified when needed.
  • Create and perform treatment plans for client .

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4. OLD Children
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5. Ifsp
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Here's how Ifsp is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team members to evaluate children's progress and recommend appropriate learning plans (IFSP and overall goals).
  • Developed Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) to establish goals and enroll families in services to ensure quality service received.
  • Develop Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) that assist families in meeting establish goals while enrolled in the program.
  • Collaborated with various professionals in assessing children, formulated IFSP's, and assisted families in identifying local resources.
  • Provided service coordination, and specialized skills training to qualifying children according to child's IFSP.
  • Represented the EI program at IFSP and mediation meetings to determine appropriate action plan.
  • Write IFSP goals, conduct BDI assessments and attend IFSP meetings as needed.
  • Developed IEP/IFSP planning charts to assist staff in individual educational planning for children.
  • Helped plan and organize client Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
  • Work with children and families to meet IFSP outcomes or IEP goals.
  • Review and approve documentation submitted with six-month and annual IFSP reviews.
  • Followed IFSP goals while planning individualized activities for each group.
  • Attended IFSP meetings to address speech and developmental therapy concerns
  • Developed and maintained IFSP's for the children.
  • Documented contact with families and other IFSP members.
  • Presented at IFSP and IEP meetings.
  • Developed IFSP's for students.
  • Write IFSP's for all children in case load.
  • Collaborated with staff during IFSP meetings Critiqued all student evaluations (Education, Speech OT, PT)
  • Participate in IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan) meetings to address educational concerns related to speech and developmental therapy .

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6. Community Outreach
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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted community outreach and marketing.
  • Participate in community outreach efforts within high risk populations and areas, during regular and non-traditional work hours.

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7. Speech Therapy
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Here's how Speech Therapy is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinated services to include but not limited to physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
  • Coordinated and implemented developmental and speech therapy for speaking families (with translator) .

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8. Crisis Intervention
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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provided crisis intervention as needed, utilizing resource network referrals.
  • Provided crisis intervention as needed, taking the lead on referrals and facilitating involvement of appropriate agencies.
  • Provided on-call therapeutic crisis intervention and emergency services in hospital, clinic, and field settings.

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9. Community Resources
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Here's how Community Resources is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Helped families find and secure critical community resources, including government funded assistance.
  • Provide information on community resources, family systems and service delivery systems.
  • Provided community resources, emergency intervention and ongoing case management to families.
  • Supported families with the researching and enrolling in additional community resources
  • Provide families with community resources based on individualized needs and circumstances
  • Solicit community resources to volunteer for mock interviews.
  • Solicit community resources for youth employment opportunities.
  • Assist families to anticipate, obtain, and advocate for concrete needs and other services from public agencies and community resources.
  • Helped families find and secure other critical community resources, including WIC, Medicaid, Child Care, and food stamps.
  • Provided service coordination and case management for families enrolled in the ECI program, linking them to available community resources.
  • Connected families with community resources and educated them on how the resources address child developmental issues.
  • Have knowledge of and demonstrate expertise in screening, assessment, referral and community resources.
  • Referred clients to community resources, and when appropriate facilitated the admission process.
  • Linked families to community resources to ensure quality and satisfaction of their needs.
  • Identify community resources and medical care for clients, advocating on their behalf.
  • Provide support, activities, and community resources to Early Intervention families.
  • Provided community resources and support groups for the clients and families.
  • Linked at - risk families with community resources.
  • Assist families in accessing community resources.
  • Work with providers anf families to provide community resources.

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10. Physical Therapy
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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provided physical therapy services to wide variety of clients birth-age 3.

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11. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Develop Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) collaboratively with family, interdisciplinary team, and school district representative.
  • Attend 120-Day Transition meetings, school district assessments, ARD/IEP meetings and assist families through the transition process for further services.
  • Create Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and represent MCITP at Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings.
  • Give input during IEP meetings to inform school districts of child's strengths and needs.
  • Participate in development, implementation and monitoring of IFSP and IEP goals.
  • Planned lessons based on IEP goals for children with Autism.
  • Complete IEP, Regional Center and Agency requirements.
  • Attend IEP and IFSP meetings.
  • Developed organized data keeping systems for tracking student progress on IEPs.
  • Implement objectives outlined in student's IEPs.

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12. Natural Environment
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Here's how Natural Environment is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provided assistance to autistic children in their natural environment and incorporated techniques to enhance their developmental skills
  • Develop functional communication skills in the natural environment using play based intervention.
  • Provided routines based Development Services within a family's natural environment.
  • Provided educational intervention to children ages 0-3 in their natural environment.
  • Support and service included designing situations to create learning opportunities for children to learn in their natural environment.
  • Deliver Specialized Skills Training Services for children with disabilities0-3 three years of age in their natural environment.
  • Implemented the plans during once a week visits in natural environment for the at risk youth.
  • Provide family-centered and culturally responsive services to children ages birth to three in their natural environments.
  • Provided services to children with developmental delays or disabilities in the child's natural environment.
  • Provided visits weekly and monthly to families in their natural environment.
  • Worked with children suffering from autism spectrum disorder - Incorporated natural environment teaching techniques and play-based therapy models
  • Conducted visits with clients and relevant collaterals in natural environments according to the needs of the family.
  • Provided services in natural environments (i.e.
  • Play therapy in the child's natural environment Part C of LEA DAYC and Denver screenings
  • Provided direct services to children in their natural environment .

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13. Occupational Therapy
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Here's how Occupational Therapy is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Worked closely with Occupational Therapy to complete job assessments and modified work conditions to meet patient needs and facilitate independence.
  • Work cooperatively with the disciplines of speech-language pathology, physical therapy and occupational therapy.
  • Supported team members by providing Occupational Therapy consultations to referred children.
  • Worked together with professional people as a speech pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy and social works services.
  • Provide Occupational Therapy services to children 0-3 years old who possess various disorders, syndromes and developmental delays.
  • Coordinated and billed for any therapies that child may need like speech, physical or occupational therapy.
  • Engaged with the infants in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

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14. Infant
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Here's how Infant is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Implement individualized developmental plans with infants and children birth to three and their parents via individualized intervention sessions.
  • Planned and directly implemented family centered screenings, assessments, and intervention for infants/toddlers with delays.
  • Provide developmental activities with infants/toddlers with cultural and linguistic diversities in natural environment settings.
  • Conducted developmental assessments for infants/children with special needs entering the Early Intervention Program.
  • Provide developmental activities with infants/toddlers in natural environment settings.
  • Maintained a caseload of infants and toddlers who demonstrate developmental delays or are at risk for a developmental delays.
  • Provided Early Intervention services for developmentally delayed Infants & toddlers and their families in the child's home.
  • Implement, modify, and evaluate interventions to positively impact the development with infant or toddlers with disabilities.
  • Conduct formal and informal assessments of infant/young child development, in accordance with established practices.
  • Provided developmental therapy services for infants and toddlers, 0-3 years old with special needs.
  • Assist with efforts to identify infants and children eligible for services through the ECI Program.
  • Completed a Developmental Enrichment Plan (DEP) for each infant/child entering the program.
  • Provided early intervention services for visually impaired infants and children up to age 3.
  • Acted as primary service provider for infant, toddlers, and their families.
  • Provide in home developmental rehabilitative services to infants and toddlers ages 0-3.
  • Provide educational in-home services for the toddlers and infants with special needs.
  • Achieved vast knowledge of developmental delays and care for premature infants.
  • Provided age appropriate play to enhance infant and toddlers development.
  • Worked along side an early intervention specialist with infants and toddlers.
  • Served 7 years as an educator for the Parent-Infant Programs.

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15. Parent Education
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Here's how Parent Education is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide parent education and assist parents with accessing community-based programs that would enhance child and family growth and conduct developmental assessments.
  • Provided developmental intervention and parent education and training for children with health conditions and developmental disabilities and their families.
  • Provided early intervention services, parent education and Service coordination for cases assigned through enrollment and discharge.
  • Facilitated workshops on self-esteem and alternative behavior early intervention and education sessions and parent education program.
  • Provided parent education to a diverse client population in a home-based setting.
  • Implemented evidence-based parent education through home visiting services.
  • Supervised long and short-term parent education programs.
  • Provided parent education and encouraged parent participation.
  • Conducted parent education classes within the community.
  • Provide the following services: parent education and training, social work services, health education, and family counseling.
  • Perform parent education and service coordination for cases as assigned from enrollment through discharge follow up.
  • Acted as service coordinator for all children on caseload and provided parent education and support.
  • Provided parent education and home programs related to treatment goals.

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16. Special Education
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Here's how Special Education is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Transition the child to area agencies and local special education preschools after the child turns 3 years of age.
  • Provided assessment, treatment planning and special education services to infants and toddlers with special needs and their families.
  • Worked with early intervention agencies as a special educator with Early Intervention and Special Education Itinerant Teacher cases.
  • Complete written reports for children transitioning into the public schools so the child receive appropriate special education services.
  • Guide parents through the process of choosing a Special Education program fitting of their child's needs.
  • Provide special education services to children birth to three years old in the home setting.
  • Coordinated transition services from ECI to Special Education Pre-K programs in various school districts.
  • Coordinate with local special education preschool child find teams evaluations and IEP meetings.
  • Instructed special education students and at-risk students needing assistance to advance.
  • Integrated Preschool Setting Support and implement individualized education programs for each special education student.
  • Provide special education services to over 30 preschools within the Los Angeles area.

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17. Mental Health
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Here's how Mental Health is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide necessary referrals to Medical Case Management, Substance Abuse/Mental Health counseling to individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
  • Trained in substance abuse, co- occurring disorders, and the effect of employment and housing issues on mental health.
  • Develop tools and collect evidence based research that assist in aligning disabilities, mental health and health systems.
  • Coordinate medical appointments, mental health evaluations, substance abuse treatment programs, and nutrition assistance for participants.
  • Experience working with patients who have learning disabilities, or mental health and physical health problems.
  • Consulted with and trained highly skilled mental health and medical staff.
  • Administered free, rapid HIV testing at community-based organizations, health fairs, chemical treatmentfacilities, and mental health facilities.

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18. ABA
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Here's how ABA is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Complete routine quality audits to ensure timeliness and accuracy of staff completion of data into all applicable databases.
  • Scan all documents into database to ensure retrieval of information can be easily accessed
  • Provided behavioral and ABA intervention for children and families with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Maintained an extensive database on the families under my care and updated research protocols on individual family sessions.
  • Apply the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to determine triggers and consequences for inappropriate behaviors.
  • Conduct classes for children in accordance with the instructional design and philosophy of the program using ABA methodologies.
  • Manage data entry into the AWS database of daily contacts/interactions, as well as patients' files.
  • Assisted single parents, arrange adoptions, and find foster homes for abandoned or abused children.
  • Provide early intervention services for children Birth-3 in home and school based programs using ABA methodology.
  • Trained in various forms of ABA including Discrete Trial and Verbal Behavior.
  • Experience training new staff on basic ABA principles and new cases.
  • Document treatment and improvements of each child in state database.
  • Create and maintain resource database.
  • Trained parents utilizing several methodologies such as: Floor time (DIR), ABA, TEACCH, PECS, etc.
  • Trained through DMC on ABA basics, PECS, and crisis prevention.
  • Coordinated referrals Documented case notes of the meetings on CareWare Database
  • Documented all interactions with the team member or management in adatabase and submitted this to my boss.
  • Documented progress in antidotal notes, graphs and online AIMS web database and progress reports.

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19. Service Coordination
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Here's how Service Coordination is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provided service coordination and case management to meet family/care giver-identified goals and needs, including education transitional services.
  • Utilized skills in case-management/service coordination and an ability to collaborate with community agencies.
  • Provided comprehensive service coordination; including writing reports and maintaining files.
  • Provided direct service coordination to families of children with disabilities.
  • Provide individualized Service Coordination to each individual family.
  • Facilitated Home and center-based special instruction and service coordination for children birth through three years with disabilities and their families.
  • Provided home-based high risk intervention, service coordination and support for children at risk for developmental delays and their families.
  • Case management and service coordination services for women who qualify for services and/or at risk due to certain history components.
  • Provide service coordination and case management for families by empowering them to access resources and aids to support their family.
  • Assessed children birth through age 3 using the HELP Strands to determine eligibility for Service Coordination.
  • Provide case management and service coordination for all services received from enrollment through discharge follow-up.
  • Supply service coordination and monitoring for the child and family, including therapeutic team members.
  • Provided weekly special instruction sessions, case management, service coordination, and parenting information.
  • Provided service coordination and kept proper documentation of all visits and activities with clients.
  • Provided case management, service coordination and Specialized Skills Training for parents.
  • Provided service coordination, resources, and support to families.
  • Home visits, service coordination, counseling, documentation.
  • Provide ongoing service coordination to families.
  • Provided service coordination (i.e.
  • provided service coordination administered assessments as interdisciplinary team member provided developmental services

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20. EIS
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Here's how EIS is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Promoted and increased community awareness of the EIS programs/services.
  • Supervised employees and trained for EIS certification through DARS and state of Texas.
  • Transition clients into medical case management after nine months of intensive EIS assistance.
  • Oversee the processing and approval of payroll for the EIS Department.
  • Attained CEIS (specialized certification in Early Intervention).

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21. Hiv
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Here's how Hiv is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Participate in community organizational meetings and functions in promotion of HIV/AIDS education and prevention.
  • Provide HIV Partner Notification assessment and education, Provide grief education and referral.
  • Created, coordinated, and presented HIV education and risk reduction information to high risk adolescents in school and community settings.
  • Provided HIV and health literacy training sessions, and facilitated weekly men's lunch and learning program.
  • Provided HIV testing and linkage to care services at Southwest Center and at various outreach locations.
  • Conduct direct street outreach education, community outreach and referrals to treatment for HIV/AIDS infected individuals.
  • Organize outreach events to provide education and raise awareness regarding the prevention of HIV.
  • Provided counseling to youth and young adults recently diagnosed HIV Positive (+).
  • Provide intakes for HIV positive clients not in care connecting clients to community referrals.
  • Presented reports of conference proceedings, case management tools, and HIV/AIDS developments.
  • Provided HIV/AIDS prevention information, counseling, and testing in the community.
  • Facilitated various support groups for all HIV + youth and adults.
  • Provide early intervention services to persons infected with HIV.
  • Supervised one HIV testing counselor.
  • Linked newly diagnosed HIV positive individuals to medical care and other services Counseled clients and assisted with adherence education.
  • Provide linkage to care for HIV positive clients Schedule and facilitate outreach programs/workshop/educational incentives with community partners.
  • Conducted pre/post HIV test, HIV prevention, and risk reduction counseling.
  • Provided one-on-one pre/post testing counseling to patients seeking HIV/STD testing.
  • approximate) Provide medical linkage services to HIV/AIDS positive clients who are newly diagnosed or have fallen out of care.
  • Conducted HIV pre & post counseling and testing services including completing all documenta- tion.

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22. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Prepare and implement individualized weekly lesson plans.
  • Prepare lesson plans, personal hygiene care, assist with meals and supervision of children in classroom/playground.
  • Work with a team of 3 to develop and implement lesson plans for our Early Intervention classroom.
  • Developed lesson plans and activities in relation to natural play and development issues.
  • Prepare therapeutic lesson plans in time and progress reports of the children.
  • Planned and prepared lesson plans throughout the year for effective instruction.
  • Created lesson plans and report writing.
  • Developed individualized lesson plans based on goals and implement behavioral and sensory programs.
  • Prepared and organized daily lesson plans, special activities, and other materials daily Assist workshops and trainings regularly.

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23. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide augmentative/alternative communication as well.
  • Collaborate with families to address behavior problems, academic problems, communications impairments, cognitive delays and physical disabilities.
  • Maintained frequent communication with key provider agencies and service coordinators to coordinate approval of continuing services for children.
  • Selected Contributions: * Provided weekly home-based therapeutic services for children with various communication disorders.
  • Maintained ongoing monitoring and communication with over 20 Regional Center Coordinators.
  • Provided excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Promoted communications including distribution of information.
  • Maintained constant communication between essential staff and parental guardians (via: meetings, phone calls and home visits).
  • Group sessions consisted of focus training in social skills, communication skills, self-esteem building, feelings and academic success.
  • Maintain good communication with parents on a daily basis through the use of verbal feedback and client summary sessions.
  • Assisted families and children with behavior problems, communication concerns, cognitive delays and physical disabilities.
  • Worked with autistic children and their parents in learning communication, life & social skills.
  • Engaged parents in the learning process through frequent meetings and communication about student progress.
  • Maintained ongoing communication with faculty to ensure each child s plan evolved accordingly.
  • Recorded notes each session while maintaining open communication with staff and treatment goals.
  • Planned and coordinated the training of staff in communications activities.
  • Developed communication skills working with all levels of Toyota employees.
  • Trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System.
  • Have strong social and communication skills.
  • Attended SPARK Communication conference presented by the Hanen Centre

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24. Support Services
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Here's how Support Services is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated weekly group education programs for parent and child; addressed developmental delays, and community support services.
  • Provided early intervention and support services.
  • Oversee contracted providers delivering therapeutic and support services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
  • Trained and coached district Intervention Specialists in the delivery of Intervention Support Services for at-risk students.
  • Develop support services in academics, social and psychological areas to help improve levels of functioning.
  • Coordinated all medical and support services for family members.
  • Provide family-centered support services for children with developmental delays Implement Carolina Assessment for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs

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25. Behavioral Issues
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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Teach children who have special needs, such Down Syndrome, PDD, Autism, and other emotional/behavioral issues.

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26. Family Training
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Here's how Family Training is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide family training and service coordination for families that qualify for BabyNet services for children birth to three years of age.
  • Provided family training services to families with children from birth to five years old with developmental delays.
  • Provide Family Training along with Service Coordination for families and their children with special needs.
  • Provided early intervention services, assessments, service coordination, and family training.
  • Conduct family training with child and family.
  • Provide Family Training and Service Coordination services to children and families in Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley counties.

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide developmental services to children who qualify for early intervention program through medical diagnosis, developmental delays, or atypical development.
  • Determine eligibility based on developmental delay, medical diagnosis, and/or atypical development through protocol, parental concern, doctor recommendation.
  • Review history of medical related diagnosis that supports provision of services.
  • Conducted developmental services for children ages 0-3 that were eligible due to developmental delays, atypical development or a medical diagnosis.
  • Performed duties as Case Manager and provided developmental skills training for eligible families and infants with delays and/or medical diagnosis.
  • Case Manager for families and provided developmental skills training for children birth to 3 with developmental delays or medical diagnosis.
  • Updated and maintained client medical records based on official diagnosis and progressive treatments.
  • Specialized in working with children with a diagnosis of Autism or PDD NOS
  • Assign appropriate diagnosis and procedural codes for billing purposes.
  • Worked with kids with developmental delays and medical diagnosis.
  • Provided on-going early intervention for children with developmental delays and/or medical diagnosis in collaboration Help Me Grow.
  • worked with children with medical diagnosis, developmental delays and atypical behavior.

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Here's how Social Services is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide social services to improve the social and psychological functioning of children and their academic functioning of children.
  • Referred clients to mental and behavioral health therapy, social services and medical agencies, as necessary.
  • Provided social services to children (birth to five years) and their families.

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Here's how Family Support is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provide service coordination, family support and educational services.
  • Provided appropriate and individualized family support and training.
  • Collected family support applications for early intervention grant.
  • Provided parent education and family support.
  • Acted as case manager/service coordinator for assigned cases to serve as a liaison between related agencies and family support services.
  • Educate parents about the child's strengths and weaknesses and developmental needs by participating in the Family Support Planning process.
  • Assisted families in securing needed family support services in the community.
  • Coordinated and lead family support meetings.

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30. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Early Intervention Specialist jobs:
  • Provided developmental therapy to preschool children with special needs.
  • Work with children 0-5 years who have developmental delays, special needs, and/or disabilities to help them reach developmental milestones.
  • Collaborated with local school districts in an effort to transition children with special needs into public school by age three.
  • Worked with special needs children, birth - three as a home visitor; to set up early intervention program.
  • Coordinate with parents, teachers, teacher assistants, and various service providers for students with special needs.
  • Deliver home based intervention services that include providing coaching strategies to parents for their special needs children.
  • Maintained a caseload of 15-20 children (birth to six) with disabilities and special needs.
  • Provided counseling and support resources to families and to children with disabilities and/or special needs.
  • Provided education services to parents and caregivers of special needs children 0-3 years of age.
  • Deliver in home early intervention services to special needs babies 0 to 3 years old
  • Provided systematic one-on-one services and support to children with special needs and their families.
  • Created and developed customized resource plans for families of children with special needs.
  • Worked with variety of therapists to evaluate children's special needs.
  • Worked with other agencies in developing safety plans for special needs children
  • Maintain a case load of special needs children 0-3years old.
  • Conduct evaluations and screenings to identify children with special needs.
  • Provided one-on-one therapies for special needs children and autistic children.
  • Trained to work with children birth-five with Autism, genetic conditions, developmental delays and other special needs.
  • qualify for special needs program.
  • anaged caseload of 100 special needs children, with a focus in APA for autistic children.

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31. Data Collection
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  • Maintained HIV reporting database, oversaw data collection, and produced monthly/quarterly statistical reports.
  • Track child's development via data collection, write quarterly assessments as well as ongoing weekly evaluation of child's progress.
  • Provided ongoing monitoring, assessment, curriculum planning, systematic observation, and data collection for the child's developmental progress.
  • Check the quality of services provided with daily observations, data collection, and analysis of staff performance.
  • Included referral data collection system, computerized tracking and the use of the Battelle Developmental Inventory scoring software.

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32. Assessment Tools
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  • Monitored and documented developmental progress using a variety of assessment tools.
  • Completed biannual progress reports utilizing standardized developmental assessment tools.
  • Completed evaluation with various assessment tools and questionnaires.
  • Direct service intervention using the GAIN Q, Socrates, and other assessment tools as well as motivational interviewing.
  • Performed developmental assessments using E-LAP, Denver, and Hawaiian assessment tools.
  • Use various assessment tools to determine these delays.

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33. Language
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  • Participate in monthly clinical/team meetings with Speech Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Behaviorist, Child Psychologist, and Program Coordinators.
  • Implemented exercises and strategies as directed by Speech Language Pathologist and Behavior Therapist.
  • Designed language activities and oversaw program assessments.
  • Lead a team consisting of a physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech and language pathologist and assistant teacher.
  • Created activities to support growth and development in the areas of language, motor skills and cognitive thinking abilities.
  • Communicated with families in their native language through emails, phone calls and face to face visits.
  • Traveled to various sites working with 0-3 population clients on speech/verbalizing, language skills, and socialization.
  • Plan fun and interactive activities to develop language and vocabulary to help children learn with ease.
  • Work with children from 0 to 5 years to improve their Speech and Language skills.
  • Focus on communication of basic wants/needs, answering simple questions and increasing language and vocabulary.
  • Assist the Speech Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapists in group therapy for children ages 2-3.
  • Interact with children using age appropriate language in all aspects of group therapy.
  • Provided speech and language therapy, educated parents and supervised classroom aides.
  • Incorporate the use of picture cards and sign language to communicate.
  • Worked on expressive and receptive language skills in English and Spanish.
  • Guided families in teaching their children language and physical skills.
  • Implement sign language and pictures for communication.
  • Established interagency partnerships to ensure immigrants received adequate services for individuals with language barriers and assistance for low-income families.
  • Provide Developmental Services; Social, Physical, Language, and Self-help Skills Parenting Skills Behavioral Interventions

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34. Appropriate Activities
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  • Develop and prepare appropriate activities and strategies to promote the children's overall development with interdisciplinary team.
  • Developed age-appropriate activities that focused on improving fine motor and gross motor skills.
  • Facilitate playgroup and assure that developmentally appropriate activities are implemented.
  • Create developmentally appropriate activities and maintain goals and standards.
  • Completed developmentally appropriate activities with children.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate activities for at risk children, ages birth to five years.

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35. Service Delivery
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  • Collaborated with county programs and families to provide direct service delivery to children with exceptional needs
  • Coordinated care with service providers for optimal service delivery.
  • Adapt practical service delivery to reflect cultural differences/home environment.
  • Record data on daily session note for billable evidence of service delivery.

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36. Daily Routines
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  • Educated, trained, and supported parents and caregivers in providing and incorporating educational and therapeutic strategies into their daily routines.
  • Provided information on developmental milestones and coached families on how to incorporate modeled interventions into their children s daily routines.
  • Participate in the development of IFSP and assist family in developing outcomes and identifying needs within their daily routines.
  • Coach families on techniques to implement in their daily routines that will ease the struggles they are experiencing.
  • Implemented treatment methods to increase clients' abilities to learn, communicate, play and performdaily routines.

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37. Social Workers
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  • Collaborated with speech-language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, psychologists, and social workers.
  • Collaborated with social workers and therapists to create individual development learning plans for children who were at risk.
  • Collaborated with medical doctors, social workers, nurses, and speech and occupational therapists.

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38. Group Therapy Sessions
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39. Direct Services
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  • Provide Direct Services in all developmental areas based upon the child's qualifications and parent concerns through an interdisciplinary team approach.
  • Maintained a small caseload, providing direct services to families of children with established delays.
  • Documented all direct services per state and agency guidelines.
  • Provided direct services per plan including specialized skills training and family education.

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40. Parent Training
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  • Conducted play therapy, language intervention, and parent training for children with developmental delays.
  • Conducted parent training sessions for parents with youth ages zero to three years old.
  • Conducted teacher and parent trainings on a monthly basis.

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41. Technical Support
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  • Coach, mentor, provides technical support and professional development facilitator.

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42. Appropriate Services
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  • Managed a caseload of 35 children ages birth to five to ensure that appropriate services were obtained to meet individual needs.
  • Coordinate all the appropriate services for each child that qualifies for our program.
  • Screened all referrals made by school staff and determined appropriate services needed.
  • Worked together in teams to plan appropriate services.

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43. Self-Help
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  • Assisted clients with communication skills, self-help skills, and motor skills.
  • Focused on communication, fine motor, cognitive, and self-help skills.

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44. Cognitive Development
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  • Provide developmental and educational experiences for children to improve sensory and physical ability, cognitive development, and emotional stability.

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45. CPS
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  • Worked collaboratively with CPS, APS, hospitals, and the Family Court System.
  • Plan all staff and social service training opportunities.Social Worker V, CPSMendocino County Dept.

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46. Accurate Records
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  • Understand the importance of accurate records for audit purposes.

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47. Bcba
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  • Gather data, implement programs and behavior plan written by the BCBA.
  • Implemented programs set by the BCBA.
  • Support families (Parents/Caregivers) Supervision by a BCBA

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48. Appropriate Strategies
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  • Facilitated and executed innovative, developmentally appropriate strategies for young children with special needs (ie.

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49. ARD
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  • Established important base of knowledge regarding milestones in early child development essential to providing pediatric treatment at any age.
  • Administered various developmental standardized testing accurately and reported varying levels of complex data both verbally and in writing.
  • Worked towards individual developmental goals through relational, play-centered therapy to aid
  • Provided information regarding Early Childhood Intervention and other community services.
  • Evaluated toddlers to determine eligibility for HMG/County board programs
  • Communicate with parents regarding progress and/or problems.
  • Maintain ongoing developmental reports for each child, including keeping records of all developing skills per the Michigan standards.
  • Translated for Spanish speaking families as well as providing transportation to assist families to medical appointments or ARD meetings.
  • Provided services to developmentally delayed and at-risk children, attended ARD meetings to assist with transition to school services.
  • Preform in-home visitations to implement service plans and advise parent(s)/guardians in proper developmental play.
  • Answered inquiries from customers in jeopardy of becoming delinquent or that have been recently challenged by hardship.
  • Depend on families to provide information regarding the home environment and personality traits of the child.
  • Maintained computerized files (BabyTrac), as well as hard copies of all client information.
  • Discussed progress and concerns regarding the child during sessions.
  • Referred for school district screenings and attended ARD meetings.
  • Provided advanced in-home services to address global delays and equipped parents/guardians with tools and training to better care for their children.
  • Adhere to and Implement all Easterseals and ECI policies with the highest standard of ethical conduct and practice.
  • Participate in developmental evaluations and assessments by administrating a standardized test, Bayley III for Part C services.
  • Educate parents on pertenent information regarding their child's needs or assessment.
  • Pay (full-time): $36,000 USD/year Accomplishments: Received Excellence in Service Coordination Award, September 2012

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50. Eligible Children
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  • Develop and implement Individualized Family Education Service Plans for eligible children and their families.
  • Coordinate with Interdisciplinary team members to provide in-home services for eligible children.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Early Intervention Specialist

Developmental Disabilities

22.6%

Child Care

18.0%

Treatment Plans

9.7%

OLD Children

9.6%

Ifsp

5.7%

Community Outreach

5.3%

Speech Therapy

4.5%

Crisis Intervention

3.8%

Community Resources

3.2%

Physical Therapy

2.2%

IEP

2.2%

Natural Environment

2.1%

Occupational Therapy

2.0%

Infant

1.4%

Parent Education

1.4%

Special Education

1.4%

Mental Health

1.3%

ABA

1.3%

Service Coordination

1.2%

EIS

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Early Intervention Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Developmental Disabilities 19.0%
2 Child Care 15.1%
3 Treatment Plans 8.1%
4 OLD Children 8.1%
5 Ifsp 4.8%
6 Community Outreach 4.5%
7 Speech Therapy 3.8%
8 Crisis Intervention 3.2%
9 Community Resources 2.7%
10 Physical Therapy 1.9%
11 IEP 1.8%
12 Natural Environment 1.8%
13 Occupational Therapy 1.7%
14 Infant 1.2%
15 Parent Education 1.2%
16 Special Education 1.1%
17 Mental Health 1.1%
18 ABA 1.1%
19 Service Coordination 1.0%
20 EIS 1.0%
21 Hiv 1.0%
22 Lesson Plans 0.9%
23 Communication 0.9%
24 Support Services 0.8%
25 Behavioral Issues 0.8%
26 Family Training 0.8%
27 Diagnosis 0.7%
28 Social Services 0.7%
29 Family Support 0.7%
30 Special Needs 0.7%
31 Data Collection 0.6%
32 Assessment Tools 0.6%
33 Language 0.6%
34 Appropriate Activities 0.5%
35 Service Delivery 0.5%
36 Daily Routines 0.5%
37 Social Workers 0.5%
38 Group Therapy Sessions 0.4%
39 Direct Services 0.4%
40 Parent Training 0.4%
41 Technical Support 0.4%
42 Appropriate Services 0.3%
43 Self-Help 0.3%
44 Cognitive Development 0.3%
45 CPS 0.3%
46 Accurate Records 0.3%
47 Bcba 0.3%
48 Appropriate Strategies 0.3%
49 ARD 0.3%
50 Eligible Children 0.3%
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