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The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Responsible for the overall management of the patient's Individualized Plan of Care. Through the creation of an Individual Plan of Care the Care Manager is able to:Coordinate the enrollee's provision of services as per their acuity level Support adherence to treatment recommendations 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 Promotes wellness and prevention by linking enrollees with resources and services based on their individual needs and preferences Identifies available community-based resources and actively manages appropriate referrals, access, engagement, follow-up and coordination of services Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Functions as an advocate for clients within the agency and external service providers Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Must be able to provide home-based and community based care management services. Requirements:Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree. Working knowledge of the provision of health care in a variety of settings. 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 Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Supervise and support pregnant/parenting teens. Actively participate in effective implementation of recreation and structured programming for residents. Teach independent living skills (i.e. laundry, cleaning, cooking) and effective parents skills (positive role modeling); and co-facilitate groups when necessary; participate in the training and implementation of Trauma Systems Therapy and the successful dissemination of a strengths based behavior management system among residents, maintaining a thriving therapeutic milieu; Provide safe child care and developmentally appropriate learning to call children in the program; Change diapers, bathe, dress and feed children, as need or instructed. In the absence of the program cook, assist with meal preparation for residents; Administer medications to the adolescent mothers, pregnant teens and children, as instructed; accurately document that medication on required forms; Prepare room for new admission (sanitize and clean room, make bed with fresh linens, make room with welcoming basket), facilitate new admission orientation (review Resident M/C Program Manual), and ensure proper medical clearances; Uphold expectations of the Primary role once/if selected and implement trauma informed responses with youth. Assisting the pregnant and parenting residents in developing effective parenting skills and positive behavior while promoting independence; Comply with Agency rules, policies and procedure, as well as uphold Program standard operating procedures for Specialists and residents; Ensure that proper documentation is submitted in a timely manner, including but not limited to daily shift logs, program notes on residents, medication reports, and incident reports; Report all problems/critical incidents and/or unusual situations pertaining to the adolescents and/or their children to the Lead Youth and Child Care Specialist, Program Director, Supervisor and/or Social Workers. Document all critical, serious and unusual incidents in the communication log and write internal Incident Reports; Conduct room checks, at least every 30 minutes throughout the shift, as required by New York State regulations and program policy; Read communication log at the beginning of each shift; accurately document in the communication log what transpires throughout your shift. Prepare rooms for new admissions (i.e., sanitize and clean room, make bed with fresh linens, make room welcoming with welcome basket). Work collaboratively with case planning team to ensure youths goals are identified and consistently monitored. Promote and maintain a safe, secure and nurturing environment for residents; Escort residents to ER visits, medical appointments and school, as directed; Participate in orientation for new client admissions, treatment update and case planning meetings; Ensure that all residents attend structured program activities, including weekly therapeutic group, independent living groups, birthing & parenting groups; health & human sexuality groups, tutoring and mentoring groups; Remain flexible and comfortable with changing duties and schedules to accommodate program needs; and Perform other tasks as assigned. Qualifications and Skills The Youth & Child Care Specialist must have a high school diploma or GED, an Associate's or Bachelor's degree is preferred. Applicants should have at least 1-2 years working with pregnant teens, parenting teens, infants and/or toddlers. Successful applicants will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to negotiate confrontations. Must have a valid NY or NJ drivers' license with no more than 4 points.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Care Managers will begin working with families in conjunction with therapist during the Generalization phase of treatment, and will ensure that families maintain court mandate obligations, successful behavior change interventions, and their individualized relapse prevention plans. Care Managers will work closely with the FSU and FCLS, and will participate in all family court hearings, conduct regular assessments and analysis, utilize engagement strategies, and connect families to community based resources. 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. Facilitates solutions to patient care delivery problems and identifies with client any potential barriers to care. Responsible for the overall management of the patient's Individualized Plan of Care. Through the creation of an Individual Plan of Care the Care Manager is able to: Coordinate the enrollee's provision of services including as per their acuity level. Support adherence to treatment recommendations Monitor and evaluate a patient's needs, including prevention, wellness, medical, mental health, care transitions, and social and community services where appropriate. Meets client contact requirements (keeping in mind that caseloads may be “blended”): A. Care Managers serving children will be required to have some face-face visits on a consistent schedule as per the mandates of their acuity level (high, medium, or low). 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 Functions as an advocate for clients within the agency and external service providers Promotes wellness and prevention by linking enrollees with resources and services based on their individual needs and preferences Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Accompany child and adult as needed to appointments. Helps clients to obtain and maintain public benefits necessary to gain health care services, including Medicaid and cash assistance eligibility, Social Security, SNAP, housing, legal services, employment and training supports, and others. Effectively communicates and shares information with the individual and their families and other caregivers with appropriate consideration for language, literacy and cultural preferences. Conducts care planning meetings/conferences and serves as an interdisciplinary team member to effectively provide/coordinate comprehensive and holistic care Identifies available community-based resources and actively manages appropriate referrals, access, engagement, follow-up and coordination of services In the event of hospital admissions, actively engages in the discharge planning process ensuring that the patient has all recommended post discharge services in place prior to discharge Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Ensure that child has periodic evaluations and follow up treatment for dental, vision and hearing care, following Medicaid EPSDT guidelines Handle confidential information in accordance with HIPAA as well as state and federal privacy and confidentiality rules. Must be able to provide home-based and community based care management services. Requirements Master's Degree or Bachelor's Degree with 1-2 years relevant experience is REQUIRED RN with two years of experience Bi-Lingual skills are a plus Minimum Requirements: The candidate must possess the following Experience:Relevant expertise and experience in serving children and families in child welfare, developmental disabilities, mental health, healthcare and/or other systems as well as those receiving preventive services. Care Managers serving high acuity enrollees will be required to have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the needs of such children and their families as evidenced by additional years of experience, education, or training Care Managers assigned to children who have medical fragility must have extensive experience in coordinating their care Experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services. In addition the candidate must demonstrate the following Competencies:Excellent writing, communication, and organizational skills A passion for serving children and families with special needs Ability to travel to community-based agency offices, participant's communities, and homes within assigned catchment area Ability to receive feedback to professionally grow and/or improve Proven self-management abilities, including meeting deadlines, ensuring compliance with agency policy and procedures, and overseeing complete and timely maintenance of agency records, in accordance with contractual requirements Minimum Qualifications Working knowledge of the provision of health care in a variety of settings. 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 Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel) Excellent telephone and interpersonal skills Ability to work directly with a diverse multidisciplinary team Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services. Ability to be flexible with programmatic needs and changes Capable of effective clear direct communication with others (oral and written)
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description The Skills Coach would be responsible for providing direct skills coaching to youth ages 6-21. Job Responsibilities include:Works directly and solely with the youth on helping him/her learn and use skills that are necessary to get along with peers and adults in a variety of settings. Utilize the TFCO model to work directly with the youth on pro social behaviors. Plans and organizing activities in the community for the youth related to pro social/social skills training. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities Assists Program Supervisor and TFCO treatment team on ensuring the youth remains focused on the determined goals. Attends weekly clinical team meetings and weekly foster parent meetings. Ensures adherence to all city, state and federal regulations and policies. Travel within the community is required. Performs other related duties as required
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Participate in all family court hearings, provide written court reports, and collaborate with the Family Service Unit (FSU) of the Division of Child Protection (DCP) and Family Court Legal Services (FCLS) in preparation for hearings. Make contact with the family within 24 hours of intake. Make outreach to FSU and FCLS within 48 hours of assignment for introduction and to share early family engagement. Manage assigned caseload and provide coverage for peer's caseload as needed Conduct assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses, and developing an analysis of problem behaviors within the ecological context Engage primary caregivers and other key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Assist families in utilizing social support and engaging and working effectively with systems (e.g., school, community activities and centers). Implement problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, and outcome review and strategy revision procedure using the FFT-CW Model. Maintain clear and concise documentation of treatment efforts that promote peer and supervisory review and feedback, and that demonstrate compliance with the FFT-CW Model. Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout treatment. Provide direct clinical treatment using methods compatible with principles and practices of the model. Participate in all model program training, supervision and consultation activities. Attend require model and program training. Build a relationship with community stakeholders (i.e., child protection services, Guardians, schools, etc.) to ensure cooperation among service providers Document contacts and case progress in the provided agency electronic health records and ACS database on time and weekly as per program protocol Ensure timely documentation of FASP, Treatment Reviews, and Plan Amendments in the system. Adopt a strength focused approach with families, stakeholder, and within the program/treatment team. Provide home-based clinical treatment. Implement the model with fidelity Attend individual supervision for Clinician Development Plan with supervisor Manage the travel requirements to conduct home session Record all sessions as consented by the families and the model In office assignment during low caseload may apply. Requirements Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a related subject area.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description 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. Requirements • BA/BS in Health Education or health related field required • Ability to facilitate discussion/teach classes to youth in a variety of setting on reproductive health topics such as reproductive a Anatomy, contraceptive methods, STD's and HIV/AIDS. • Experience working with youth and demonstrated ability to be inclusive and non-stigmatizing in their role. • Knowledge of or experience working with youth in child welfare programs. • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and/or weekends.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description F/T 40 Hours Monday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday 3pm to 11pm; Sunday 4pm to 12am. Responsibilities include: 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. Requirements 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, New York
Job Details Description 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. Facilitates solutions to patient care delivery problems and identifies with client any potential barriers to care. Responsible for the overall management of the patient's Individualized Plan of Care. Through the creation of an Individual Plan of Care the Care Manager is able to: Coordinate the enrollee's provision of services including as per their acuity level. Support adherence to treatment recommendations Monitor and evaluate a patient's needs, including prevention, wellness, medical, mental health, care transitions, and social and community services where appropriate. Meets client contact requirements (keeping in mind that caseloads may be "blended"): Care Managers serving children will be required to have some face-face visits on a consistent schedule as per the mandates of their acuity level (high, medium, or low). 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 Functions as an advocate for clients within the agency and external service providers Promotes wellness and prevention by linking enrollees with resources and services based on their individual needs and preferences Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Accompany child and adult as needed to appointments. Helps clients to obtain and maintain public benefits necessary to gain health care services, including Medicaid and cash assistance eligibility, Social Security, SNAP, housing, legal services, employment and training supports, and others. Effectively communicates and shares information with the individual and their families and other caregivers with appropriate consideration for language, literacy and cultural preferences. Conducts care planning meetings/conferences and serves as an interdisciplinary team member to effectively provide/coordinate comprehensive and holistic care Identifies available community-based resources and actively manages appropriate referrals, access, engagement, follow-up and coordination of services In the event of hospital admissions, actively engages in the discharge planning process ensuring that the patient has all recommended post discharge services in place prior to discharge Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Ensure that child has periodic evaluations and follow up treatment for dental, vision and hearing care, following Medicaid EPSDT guidelines Handle confidential information in accordance with HIPAA as well as state and federal privacy and confidentiality rules. Must be able to provide home-based and community based care management services. All other duties, as needed, by Care Management Agency Requirements Bachelor's Degree with 1-2 years relevant experience isREQUIRED Bi-Lingual skills are aplus Fluent in ASL a plus Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services. Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel) Ability to be flexible with programmatic needs and changes Ability to work directly with a diverse multidisciplinary team
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description 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. Facilitates solutions to patient care delivery problems and identifies with client any potential barriers to care. Responsible for the overall management of the patient's Individualized Plan of Care. Through the creation of an Individual Plan of Care the Care Manager is able to:Coordinate the enrollee's provision of services including as per their acuity level. Support adherence to treatment recommendations Monitor and evaluate a patient's needs, including prevention, wellness, medical, mental health, care transitions, and social and community services where appropriate. Meets client contact requirements (keeping in mind that caseloads may be "blended"):Care Managers serving children will be required to have some face-face visits on a consistent schedule as per the mandates of their acuity level (high, medium, or low). 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 Functions as an advocate for clients within the agency and external service providers Promotes wellness and prevention by linking enrollees with resources and services based on their individual needs and preferences Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Accompany child and adult as needed to appointments. Helps clients to obtain and maintain public benefits necessary to gain health care services, including Medicaid and cash assistance eligibility, Social Security, SNAP, housing, legal services, employment and training supports, and others. Effectively communicates and shares information with the individual and their families and other caregivers with appropriate consideration for language, literacy and cultural preferences. Conducts care planning meetings/conferences and serves as an interdisciplinary team member to effectively provide/coordinate comprehensive and holistic care Identifies available community-based resources and actively manages appropriate referrals, access, engagement, follow-up and coordination of services In the event of hospital admissions, actively engages in the discharge planning process ensuring that the patient has all recommended post discharge services in place prior to discharge Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Ensure that child has periodic evaluations and follow up treatment for dental, vision and hearing care, following Medicaid EPSDT guidelines Handle confidential information in accordance with HIPAA as well as state and federal privacy and confidentiality rules. Must be able to provide home-based and community based care management services. All other duties, as needed, by Care Management Agency Requirements Bachelor's Degree with 1-2 years relevant experience isREQUIRED Bi-Lingual skills are aplus Fluent in ASL a plus Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services. Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel) Ability to be flexible with programmatic needs and changes Ability to work directly with a diverse multidisciplinary team
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description 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. Requirements Must have a Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area. Experience with family therapy or individual therapy preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Full Time 40 Hours Wednesday - Friday 4pm-12am, Saturday & Sunday 3pm-11pm Responsibilities include: 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. Requirements 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, New York
Job Details Description Conduct one-on-one tutoring sessions with 4 or more students in grades K-6 per week. These sessions will be held in the students' foster homes, at the Foundling's regional offices in each borough, or elsewhere in the community. Sessions will be directed at helping students develop the academic skills they need to succeed. Tutors will be expected to create a calm and accepting environment for their students, and tailor the sessions to each student's knowledge and needs. •Spend in-office time developing teaching materials such as simple homework assignments and exercises aimed at helping students strengthen their academic fundamentals. •Submit feedback after each meeting with a student, and will engage in group discussions around identifying and troubleshooting specific student issues, developing new general methods for engaging students, and teaching various types of content. Tutors must travel within the 5 boroughs of NYC and must be willing to work flex hours to meet the availability of the children/youth. This position will require 5-10 hours per week.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description The Tutor will conduct one-on-one tutoring sessions with 4 or more students in grades K-6 per week. These sessions will be held in the students' foster homes, at the Foundling's regional offices in each borough, or elsewhere in the community. Sessions will be directed at helping students develop the academic skills they need to succeed. Tutors will be expected to create a calm and accepting environment for their students, and tailor the sessions to each student's knowledge and needs. Spend in-office time developing teaching materials such as simple homework assignments and exercises aimed at helping students strengthen their academic fundamentals. Submit feedback after each meeting with a student, and will engage in group discussions around identifying and troubleshooting specific student issues, developing new general methods for engaging students, and teaching various types of content. Tutors must travel and work throughout Queens and must be willing to work flex hour to meet the availability of the children/youth. This position will require 5-15 hours per week.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Project Management Support: S/he will assist the Director of Business Operations and the Business Operation Manager in their management of a diverse portfolio of projects, which will include duties such as: scope assessment, budget development, engaging stakeholders, milestone scheduling, execution, and overcoming hurdles. S/he will reconcile budgets for multi-million dollar capital improvement projects and maintain project tracking and reporting systems. S/he will also assist in managing events and relationships with vendors and partners. Communication: S/he will be support in the planning of town halls with staff at each of the Foundling's regional locations. S/he should be a strong writer who can compose memos and correspondence for the team to share agency wide as it relates to space and protocol announcements. Move and Relocation Assistance: S/he will assist the team in moves and relocations, from communication to staff and logistical planning all the way through to execution. Research and Development: S/he will perform research and provide analysis on various aspects of department projects. Accountability: S/he will hold team members accountable to deadlines and agreed upon outcomes, including weekly meetings and professional development goals. Employee Experience leadership: S/he will source and manage a library of professional development resources and special perks for agency employees and work creatively with various committees and teams to strengthen the employee experience for staff across the agency. S/he will serve as a proxy or representative of the Foundling in development of external relationships related to employee experience. Additional tasks may be assigned, on an as-needed basis. Requirements Bachelors Degree Required Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Excellent knowledge of outlook and calendar managment Strong writing skills Willingness and eagerness to learn new communication tools
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Provides mental health related support services to assigned school(s) including case consultation and advice concerning student status, diagnosis, and treatment; collaborates with NY Foundling mental health clinic and other agencies to provide resource and linkages to families, students and clients Maintains clear, concise and accurate clinical approved documentation of treatment efforts that promote peer and supervisory review and feedback, and that demonstrates compliance with evidenced based clinical model, OMH, and meeting our agency's expectation. Assures documentation (data entry) for contacts, incidents, and reports are submitted timely (as indicated by program) Engages primary caregiver and other key participants in active change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Collaborates with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and alignment throughout treatment. Participates/partners in SIT, IEP, PPT or school-based meetings Assesses designs, coordinates and delivers trainings related to mental health issues and services to members of the staff, parents, and students with the support/guidance of supervisor. Partners with school staff, agency staff, etc. to facilitate trainings and outreach to other organizations/providers. Provides direct clinical crisis intervention treatment using methods compatible with evidence based model principles and practices. Provides school based clinical treatment and home-based (as needed). On-call 24/7 with weekend on-call rotation.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Essential Functions: 1. Communication Residence Manager will maintain positive communications. He/she will be an effective communicator who will be able to provide person-directed supports and constructive feedback to regarding overall program expectations. Standards and expectations:Speak and treat all people in a respectful manner Create and encourage an open communication system Develop clear and concise written and verbal communications including; but not limited to CDR (Corrective Discipline Reports), professional emails, supervisions, family contacts and etc. Meet respective deadlines Foster appropriate communications and respond in a timely manner Conduct, attend and participate in regular supervisory sessions to share information about people supported and programs Work with the clinical team, family members, day programs, community members and establishments to ensure that the programs and services we provide to people supported are person-directed and meaningful. Respond to all communication in a timely manner to ensure compliance with deadlines Utilize CQL/POM's to identify best outcomes for people supported Participate in the development of Individual's life plans utilizing “I AM” assessment He/she must be able to educate DSPs on appropriate communications and relationships, within the house and the community 2. Budget/Finance Residence Manager will ensure fiscal responsibility. They are responsible for ensuring their program operates within budgetary guidelines. Standards and expectations:Review variance reports monthly Prepare, balance and submit petty cash routinely Track finances for people supported including burial, savings and in-house accounts; prepare financial ledger reports for monthly/quarterly review Track and maintain SNAP ledger Be aware of overall program spending including DSP salaries and overtime Prepare completely all Reqlogic submittals Track and complete benefits e.g., SSI, Medicaid and SNAP recertification Responsible for all aspects of the program operating budget 3. Administrative The Residence Manager has the responsibility to manage all aspects of the residence. Standards and expectations:Complete, monitor and review all documentation in accordance with Foundling, Federal and State policies and procedures Oversee the completion of all documentation by DSPs and other related staff, e.g., Residential Habilitation Specialist, Nursing, Facilities, Behavior Intervention Specialist, Dietary Ensure documentation is completed within the expected timeline Display proficiency in Evolv utilizing all reports to accurately manage all service documentation Complete and ensure accuracy of all required documentations e.g. Audit Book, incident reports and investigations, people supported case records, behavior logs, service entries, MARs, fire drill forms, emergency preparedness drills and safety checklist Track and report occurrences, falls and other incidents Read and share information in communication books Conduct monthly DSP meetings for training and informational purposes; conduct formal supervision sessions with all DSPs at least monthly; informally when needed Ensure staff training compliance through the Learning Management System (LMS) Assign work responsibilities to DSPs and fill in when necessary Conduct announced and unannounced visits on all shifts Encourage and facilitate self-advocacy for all people supported Responsible to fill any person supported vacancy Ensure the physical plant is free of risk inside and out; report issues for repair or redesign as needed Ensure all required documentation is complete Ensure vehicle documentation and maintenance are up to date Coordinate and participate in nursing meeting Order medications when necessary; check MAR for accuracy and errors; provide medical consult sheets when needed In conjunction with the nurse, track, report on and ensure medical appointments are complete. Ensure the best outcomes for the people supported and the program as well as ensuring compliance with regulations Interview and hire DSP's that will fit into the positive culture of the program 4. Leadership Provide and ensure a positive environment for continued growth for people supported and DSPs; ensure adequate and consistent staffing Act as a leader and a person of influence for the people supported, the clinical team and DSPs to form a cohesive and supportive environment for growth and independence Facilitate and attend all meetings and trainings to ensure that people supported needs are acknowledged and responded to in a timely manner Set the example of professionalism, values, accountability and excellence for people supported, colleagues and DSPs Lead, promote and encourage circles of support and person directed planning through agency initiatives, strategic planning, mission and vision 5. Professionalism Set a positive tone for the house. He/she must build positive, professional relationships with the people supported and their families, the DSPs, clinical team members, Day Program, administrators, community members and establishments Seek creative ways to enrich the lives of people supported based on their wants, wishes and needs Attend trainings and workshops Encourage and provide opportunities for DSP's to attend trainings The Residence Manager will ensure that all DSPs are regularly trained on all pertinent information pertaining to completing their jobs successfully Observe DSPs interacting with people supported in all settings (meals, bathing, recreation & community) and coach/mentor for positive results 6. Performance Provide constructive and educational feedback to DSPs in order to improve and sustain the positive culture of the people supported Residence Managers are expected to attend and communicate information gained in all trainings offered within and outside of The Foundling Working in conjunction with the nurse, 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 of the individual in medical situations and work with the RN when overseeing and coordinating medical care for all people supported. He/she will train DSP's on the appropriate ways to handle and address medical situations Implement, train and require DSPs use of EVOLV and other electronic health record Supervise and train DSPs in person centered planning *Other duties as assigned an as necessary to support program goals.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description The Program Supervisor is responsible for providing Casework Supervision to up to 4 Case Planners and Task Supervision to 1 Staff Interpreter / Case Aide. The Supervisors specific responsibilities include:Monitor timely completion of required documentation for CNNX and Non CNNX cases including FASPs, Progress Notes, FSIs, recording FTCs, Education data, and entries in PROMIS. Monitor and plan for needed FTCs and track for successful completion. Provide weekly Case work supervision to case Planners to review progress in the case, assess for ongoing safety, and develop plans to assist families. The supervisor will also assess the Case Planner's need to further develop skills, to improve their ability to assist families, and to teach needs skills and/or recommend outside trainings if needed. Complete staff performance evaluations for supervisees. Coordinate with Staff Interpreter / Case Aide for services for case planners and their assigned families. Review Progress Notes and complete a monthly Supervision note for each case. Facilitate FTCs. Schedule and monitor required extended weekly program hours Provide program outreach city wide to assist in informing the public of services offered and help maintain program utilization Attend meetings at ACS, COFCCA, Community Preventive meetings, etc as needed. Assist Program Director with facilitating program meetings and trainings. Other assignments as needed.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Conduct home-based assessment including review of referral information, identifying key participants, identifying systemic risk and protective factors, and analyzing the problem behaviors within the treatment model. Develop treatment plans. Engage primary care giver in active, change-oriented treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement. Complete clear, concise, and timely documentation. Participate in treatment model and program training, supervision meetings and other training. Requirements Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related subject area is required. 1-2 years' experience in child welfare is preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish required for some positions.
The New York Foundling New York, New York
Job Details Description Responsibilities include: 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. Requirements 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, New York
Job Details Description Care Managers will begin working with families in conjunction with therapist during the Generalization phase of treatment, and will ensure that families maintain court mandate obligations, successful behavior change interventions, and their individualized relapse prevention plans. Care Managers will work closely with the FSU and FCLS, and will participate in all family court hearings, conduct regular assessments and analysis, utilize engagement strategies, and connect families to community based resources. 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. Facilitates solutions to patient care delivery problems and identifies with client any potential barriers to care. Responsible for the overall management of the patient's Individualized Plan of Care. Through the creation of an Individual Plan of Care the Care Manager is able to: Coordinate the enrollee's provision of services including as per their acuity level. Support adherence to treatment recommendations Monitor and evaluate a patient's needs, including prevention, wellness, medical, mental health, care transitions, and social and community services where appropriate. Meets client contact requirements (keeping in mind that caseloads may be “blended”): A. Care Managers serving children will be required to have some face-face visits on a consistent schedule as per the mandates of their acuity level (high, medium, or low). 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 Functions as an advocate for clients within the agency and external service providers Promotes wellness and prevention by linking enrollees with resources and services based on their individual needs and preferences Educate the child/caregiver on care of chronic conditions, immunization, medication management, screening and other preventive interventions. Accompany child and adult as needed to appointments. Helps clients to obtain and maintain public benefits necessary to gain health care services, including Medicaid and cash assistance eligibility, Social Security, SNAP, housing, legal services, employment and training supports, and others. Effectively communicates and shares information with the individual and their families and other caregivers with appropriate consideration for language, literacy and cultural preferences. Conducts care planning meetings/conferences and serves as an interdisciplinary team member to effectively provide/coordinate comprehensive and holistic care Identifies available community-based resources and actively manages appropriate referrals, access, engagement, follow-up and coordination of services In the event of hospital admissions, actively engages in the discharge planning process ensuring that the patient has all recommended post discharge services in place prior to discharge Attends and participates in ongoing staff development trainings to enhance skills needed to effectively meet the demands of the Care Manager position Ensure that child has periodic evaluations and follow up treatment for dental, vision and hearing care, following Medicaid EPSDT guidelines Handle confidential information in accordance with HIPAA as well as state and federal privacy and confidentiality rules. Must be able to provide home-based and community based care management services. Requirements Master's Degree or Bachelor's Degree with 1-2 years relevant experience is REQUIRED RN with two years of experience Bi-Lingual skills are a plus Minimum Requirements: The candidate must possess the following Experience:Relevant expertise and experience in serving children and families in child welfare, developmental disabilities, mental health, healthcare and/or other systems as well as those receiving preventive services. Care Managers serving high acuity enrollees will be required to have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the needs of such children and their families as evidenced by additional years of experience, education, or training Care Managers assigned to children who have medical fragility must have extensive experience in coordinating their care Experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services. In addition the candidate must demonstrate the following Competencies:Excellent writing, communication, and organizational skills A passion for serving children and families with special needs Ability to travel to community-based agency offices, participant's communities, and homes within assigned catchment area Ability to receive feedback to professionally grow and/or improve Proven self-management abilities, including meeting deadlines, ensuring compliance with agency policy and procedures, and overseeing complete and timely maintenance of agency records, in accordance with contractual requirements Minimum Qualifications Working knowledge of the provision of health care in a variety of settings. 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 Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel) Excellent telephone and interpersonal skills Ability to work directly with a diverse multidisciplinary team Ability to travel to assigned operational areas/facilities and perform home and community based care management services. Ability to be flexible with programmatic needs and changes Capable of effective clear direct communication with others (oral and written)