The purpose of this position is to develop and implement direct naturalistic behavioral interventions within play-based activities and naturally occurring routines to children (ages 3-5) enrolled in a therapeutic day preschool program. Lead program planning, client evaluations, treatment, review and program support activities. Collaborate with parents/families and provides ongoing training and support. Lead a classroom staff of 2 instructors in order to help them manage the behavioral and social programming of students with autism spectrum and related disorders. Work with an interdiciplinary team to meet client goals within a community behavioral health model.
Internal Number: 37879
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