Abilities United
  • Children's Development Services
  • Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • Full Time

Full time benefits include: medical, dental, vision. Generous vacation and sick time, 403(b)

Are you interested in being part of a transdisciplinary team to help children grow and develop? As a bilingual early interventionist you will support children and their families in home-based and group settings. This role involves maintaining strong relationships with Regional Center coordinators, Parents/Caregivers, community stakeholders, and the other members of the transdisciplinary team while providing evidence-based best practice with the children and families they serve directly.


• Complete full developmental assessments
• Participate in IFSP/IEP meetings
• Provide case management services to children & families in program
• Conduct behavioral observations/consultations
• Develop individualized behavior plans
• Create Family Systems-based plans for service
• Coordinate referrals & collaboration with Regional Centers and other Stakeholders
• Provide trainings to parents and professionals (group and individually)
• Complete Early Interventionist intake and discharge procedures
• Provide services to children and families with typical & atypical developmental across all domains

Education: MA or ECSE Credential in child development or related field preferred, English/Spanish Bilingual preferred
Experience: Minimum 2 years working with infants, young children and families.


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