The New York Foundling

140 job(s) at The New York Foundling

The New York Foundling Bronx, NY, USA
The Residence Manager will be a compassionate leader who advocates for, supports and encourages growth among individuals and DSP in order for everyone to reach their full physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual potential. The Residence Manager will develop and maintain positive relationships with all individuals in the program as well as the individuals’ families, guardians and/or correspondents.   Residence Manager will maintain positive communications with all who support the individuals in the Foundling’s DD Division. He/she will be an effective communicator who will be able to provide person-directed supports and constructive feedback to DSP’s regarding the overall environment.Monitor and review all documentation in accordance with Foundling, Federal and State policies and procedures. Oversee the completion of all documentation in the house by DSPs and to ensure that their own documentation, within the program and within the Foundling is accurate and timely.Work with the clinical team, family members, day programs, community members and establishments to ensure that the programs and services we provide to individuals are person-directed and meaningful. Ensure the best outcomes for the individuals and the program as well as ensuring compliance with regulations. The Residence Manager will ensure that all DSP are routinely and regularly trained on all pertinent information pertaining to completing their jobs successfully.Set a positive tone for the house. He/she must build positive, professional relationships with the individuals we serve and their families, the DSPs we employ, clinical team members, day program DSP, administrators, community members and establishments. He/she must be able to educate DSPs on appropriate communications and relationships, within the house and the community.Seek out and present trainings to address issues that occur in their homes; provide constructive and educational feedback to DSPs in order to improve and sustain the positive culture of the individuals’ home.Ensure a nurturing and positive environment for continued growth for individuals and DSPs; ensure adequate and consistent staffing to ensure individuals wants and needs are met on a continual basis.Act a leader and a person of influence for the individuals we support, the clinical team and DSPs to form a cohesive and supportive environment for growth and independence; facilitate meetings such as the QPS (Quarterly Program Support) meetings to ensure that individuals’ needs are acknowledged and responded to in a timely manner.Oversee all aspects of a program budget including but not limited to, individuals, house/program and the Foundling.Seek creative ways to enrich the lives of individuals we serve based on their expressed preferences or information gained from those who know the individual the best; direct the planning of community based activities and help individuals create new community-based opportunities in conjunction with DSPs.Working in conjunction with the RN, the Residence Manager will be expected to have complete knowledge and understanding of each individual’s medical background and current issues. Coordinate each individual’s medical needs and advocate in the best interest if the individual in medical situations and take the lead when overseeing and coordinating medical care for all individuals. He/she will train DSP’s on the appropriate ways to handle and address medical situations.Set the example of professionalism, values, accountability and excellence for individuals, colleagues and DSPs; lead, promote and encourage circles of support and person directed planning. Residence Managers are expected to attend and communicate information gained in all trainings offered within and outside of the Foundling.RequirementsAssociate’s degree or 60 college credits required. A Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, management, or other related field is preferred.Valid NY, NJ or PA driver's license with no more than 4 points.Three (3) years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and familiarity with OPWDD regulations required.One (1) years of supervisory experience required.Computer literacy, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).Certification or willingness to obtain certification as an instructor in positive behavior approaches, strategies and/or supports and physical intervention techniques training in accordance with the OPWDD and other approved curricula applicable to the needs of the individuals served.Certification or willingness to obtain and maintain Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention (SCIP-R) and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification.
The New York Foundling New York, NY, USA
Review incident reports and identified allegations to determine appropriate next steps including reporting to external oversight agencies, opening investigations, and/or discussions with program staff. Complete investigations including interviewing program staff and clients, collection and review of relevant documentation, and determination of investigative findings. Work with Investigative Coordinator to develop client specific recommendations as well as program and system level recommendations based on investigation findings and incident management trends. Meet with program staff to discuss identified findings and recommendations and develop corrective action plans. Provide technical assistance and monitoring of corrective action plans. Travel to agency offices and group homes in the five boroughs as well as Westchester, Rockland, and Orange counties as needed for interviews, site inspections, or meetings with program staff. Participate in the Incident Review Committee for the Developmental Disability (DD) Services division as well as the DD Special Review Committee Actively participate in the preparation and implementation of the new Electronic Health Records (EHR) database for the agency including the planning, development, and rollout of new workflows, business requirements, data entry, and reports. Represent NYF at internal and external meetings and work groups as appropriate. Assist the Investigative Coordinator and Vice President of Quality Assurance with special projects as needed.
DSP
The New York Foundling Bronx, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling New York, NY, USA
Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses. Engage key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the treatment model's analytic process. Provide home-based clinical treatment using methods compatible with the treatment model's principles and practices. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Maintain clear, concise, and timely documentation. Provide some on-call consultations to clients and families. Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Bilingual (Spanish) required Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred.
DSP
The New York Foundling Staten Island, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling Long Island City, Queens, NY, USA
Provide supervisory support to assigned Care Management Team Work collaboratively with all teams throughout all programs in identifying eligible clients for the program and assisting teams with completing the necessary paperwork to enroll the clients Provide direct care management and casework in the absence of Care Management staff. Provide individual and/or group supervision to care managers and evaluate all supervisees on a regular and timely basis Oversees the identification of eligible members from other agency programs and the community for program enrollment and consenting processes Collect, analyze and report data in area of supervision to assist Director in assuring the program runs in adherence to Medicaid documentation and billing regulations. Manage, review and monitor case files submitted by care managers to ensure both internal and external quality assurance standards and timely submission in accordance with care management policies Coordinates and conducts interdisciplinary Treatment Team meetings to provide input and feedback around recipient’s medical, psychiatric, psychosocial and co-morbid conditions, enrollment eligibility, enrollment and consenting, assessment and planning processes. Assist with recruitment, interviewing, and training of Care Managers Other Duties as assigned Master’s Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Public Health, or related field, preferred 2-3 years of administrative, clinical, and supervisory/managerial experience Knowledge of best practice working with children and families in health, preventive and wellness care Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services.
DSP
The New York Foundling Stony Point, NY 10980, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling Bronx, NY, USA
Provide service to all eligible youth, in collaboration with the youth’s case planner, child welfare staff and/or families, individual and group formalized instruction in Independent Living Skills with a strong focus on health and wellness topics, interpersonal skills, vocational training and money management. In preparation for discharge from care, provide youth with resource information and assistance in locating appropriate and stable housing. Provide to all eligible youth vocational training either directly or through referral to a structured program Provide assistance in selection and admission into the most appropriate educational setting. Assist eligible youth in locating, maintaining, and preparing for a job Develop contacts with outside consultant/trainers providing job readiness services, career counseling, academic tutoring, and IL related workshops. Research, develop and organize information on resource programs and services related to Independent Living. Document all required service related contacts with youth. Maintain attendance records and participation reports on youth involvement in IL services Participate in dispositional and FTC conferences, including the six month discharge meetings, treatment team rounds, and clinical meetings Assist with the coordination of the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) Participate in IL projects, conferences, events, meetings, and supervision Attend trainings and conferences for professional growth. Assist youth in scheduling and maintaining appointments to plan for their future in an environment that is safe and supported. Coordinate and arrange recreational activities for program youth Complete job related tasks as needed BA/BS in Social Work, Psychology or Human Services field. Must be able to do site visits and home visits. Ability to commute to and around the Mott Haven Section of the Bronx. Knowledge and fluent in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Project Manager). Written communication and writing skills. Ability to work evenings and Saturdays as assigned. Ability to design and deliver creative workshops.
DSP
The New York Foundling New York, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling Bronx, NY, USA
Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses. Engage key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the treatment model's analytic process. Provide home-based clinical treatment using methods compatible with the treatment model's principles and practices. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Maintain clear, concise, and timely documentation. Provide some on-call consultations to clients and families. Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred.
The New York Foundling Long Island City, Queens, NY, USA
Required at minimum to complete two (2) core care management services per month, per member for a predominately medium acuity caseload. Obtains required Care Management enrollment consents from the individual or legal guardian Completes initial and ongoing needs assessments (Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths; CANS) to determine the individual’s most appropriate level of care management. Responsible for the overall management of the patient’s Individualized Plan of Care. Monitor and evaluate a patient’s needs, including prevention, wellness, medical, mental health, care transitions, and social and community services where appropriate. Meets Care Management documentation requirements in a timely and accurate manner by effectively utilizing designated Care Management Portal (Medicaid Analytics Performance Portal; MAPP) and Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as needed Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Other Duties as assigned Bachelors Degree Required Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services. Ability to work directly with a diverse population consisting of Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED), Medically Fragile (Med F), Developmentally Disabled (DD), Division of Juvenile Justice
DSP
The New York Foundling Nanuet, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses. Engage key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the treatment model's analytic process. Provide school-based clinical treatment using methods compatible with the treatment model's principles and practices. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Maintain clear, concise, and timely documentation. Provide some on-call consultations to clients and families. Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Bilingual (English/Spanish) Required Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred.
DSP
The New York Foundling New York, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
DSP
The New York Foundling Nanuet, NY, USA
Implement program plans for individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervise individuals in a residential setting as well as during community activities. Observe and monitor individuals' progress toward developmental goals and complete daily progress notes. Administer medication. Assist with daily living skills, like food preparation and some housekeeping. Transport individuals to and from medical appointments, family visits and community activities using agency vehicle. High school diploma or GED required. Must have a clean and valid NY, NJ or PA driver’s license with 4 points or less. Prior experience working with adults with developmental disabilities is preferred. AMAP, SCIP, First Aid, and CPR certifications preferred.
The New York Foundling Brooklyn, NY, USA
Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses. Engage key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the treatment model's analytic process. Provide home-based clinical treatment using methods compatible with the treatment model's principles and practices. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Maintain clear, concise, and timely documentation. Provide some on-call consultations to clients and families. Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred.
The New York Foundling Nanuet, NY, USA
Assessment of the medical needs of the individuals, plans intervention, and evaluates outcome of care and performs treatments and special medical care as mandated. Coordinates with other medical providers regarding care management. Responsible for monitoring medical care of individuals. Provide medical consultation regarding individual medical needs through 24/7 telephone tri-age. Provides or assists all activities of daily living for individuals. i.e. adequate intake of food and fluids, bathing, dressing, bowel and bladder care/toileting, oral/nasal hygiene, skin care and grooming. Administers medication. Provides AMAP certifications and recertification classes for IRA staff. Monitors and provide supervision to all AMAP certified staff. Provides supervision of nutrition issues including assisting staff with menu preparation. Coordinates with dietician. Coordinates medical services with Residence, Schools, and Day Services. Attends in-service to maintain current knowledge and trends in developmentally disabilities and medical care. Implements plan of care as outlined in each individuals medical profile including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modification and attention to ADL skills. Provides in-service training on medical issues as required. Record monthly individual progress notes for each individuals. Complete job related tasks as needed.
The New York Foundling Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses. Engage key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the treatment model's analytic process. Provide home-based clinical treatment using methods compatible with the treatment model's principles and practices. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Maintain clear, concise, and timely documentation. Provide some on-call consultations to clients and families. Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred.
The New York Foundling Nanuet, NY, USA
Administrative oversight of nursing staff at IRA locations. Ensure OPWDD regulations are followed. Oversee the management of nursing staff and ensuring that all NYF policies and standards are met. Oversee management of medical records and documentation by assigned nurses. Works with nurses and residential staff to ensure medical needs of the individuals are being met and documented appropriately and in accordance with OPWDD regulation. Responsible to ensure that medical record contains complete documentation of all required health services. Participate in interdisciplinary meetings to assist in development of treatment and health care plans, if necessary. Ensures that the nurses are working closely with the residential staff to ensure that required consents for routine/emergency care, preplanned medical procedures and psychotropic medication are obtained within mandated timeframes and all appointments are made and attended. Conducts health education/training and OPWDD required in services; including: Signs and Symptoms, Specific health needs of the individuals, Infection control, OSHA guidelines, AMAP training and re-certification. May be asked to sit on CQI, ICC, HRC, IRC committees. Responsible to ensure quarterly medication reviews for assigned locations. Current NYS RN License. Knowledge of or experience in developmental disabilities. Knowledge of and experience in health care management and administration. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be computer literate. At least 2 years clinical experience. At least 2 years management oversight of medical personnel.
The New York Foundling Bronx, NY, USA
Completes orientation and trainings including mandatory on-line implementation training prior to delivering evidence-based programming. Deliver training for specific evidence-based programming defined by model developer. Deliver evidence based program with fidelity to youth and parents in a variety of settings. Conduct community outreach and education. Complete required reporting and documentation in an accurate and timely manner. Provide assistance and/or referrals for youth to obtain comprehensive family planning services, health services or other essential support services as identified.