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Effective January 1, 2017, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will cover medically necessary Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy services for Maryland Medical Assistance enrolled members under the age 21.
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Direct Support Staff (DSS)
Job Type: Part-time
- Provide travel training;
- Able to manage behaviors;
- Implement individual’s Person-Centered Plan;
- Provide assistance with activities of daily living;
- Able to help and assist with toileting;
- Provide transportation services to community activities and events;
- Provide transportation to, from, and within activities;
- Assist, support and instruct individuals in self-help skills designed to encourage independence
- Facilitate and promote integration and inclusion in the individual’s chosen community; including identifying a path to employment for a working age individual;
- Assist the individual with self-advocacy classes and activities;
- Engage the individual in local community events;
- Personal care assistance may also be provided during community activities.
- Provide documentation of care provided, activities performed for each goal area using the daily contact log
- Be at least 18 years old (ID card – Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, etc.);
- Have a Bachelor’s Degree or demonstrate one (1) year of life experiences and skills in navigating a broad; a range of community resources for individuals with a developmental disability and their families;
- Be current in first aid and CPR certification;
- Pass a criminal background investigation, have child protective services clearance if supporting a child;
- Complete necessary pre/in-service training based on the Person-Centered Plan;
- Complete the new DDA required training by July 1, 2019, or sooner. After July 1, 2019, all new hires must complete the new DDA training prior to service delivery;
- Possess a valid Driver’s License, if the operation of a vehicle is necessary to provide services; and
- Have Automobile Insurance for automobiles that are owned, leased, and/or hired and used in the provision of services.
DDA Assistant Case Manager
Under the direction of the Case Manager, the Assistant Case Manager will provide comprehensive case management services to individuals with intellectual Disabilities in all Renoxx DDA-related programs.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Conducting initial Participant assessment
Development and monitoring of PCP’s and BP’s.
Staff training and continuous staff development.
Onsite monitoring of Direct Support Staff (DST);
Ongoing management and audits of participant records
Master’s degree from an accredited university preferred or bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years of work experience in Adult/Children DDA programs. In addition, 3 years of experience in a supervisory capacity.
Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance
First Aid Card
Health clearance/Physical within 12 months
Criminal (FBI & State) background clearance
CPS Background Clearance
*Other documents may be required/ requested by HR*
Organized and Efficient in Caseload Management
Time Management and Organizational skills
Job Coaching skills
Conflict Management & Problem-Solving skills
Positive Team Building attitude
Professional appearance at all times
Excellent customer service skills
Technical Skills- Microsoft; Excel; PowerPoint
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $20-$24 an hour