This is a 40 hour/week position Monday-Friday, daytime hours position.
The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I functions as a healthcare provider, working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary health team, responsible for providing comprehensive care to both well and/or ill patients. The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I educates patients and/or intervenes in acute or chronic illness. This position educates patients and/or intervenes in acute or chronic illness, and practices within department and KKI guidelines in accordance with State of Maryland Nurse Practitioner Regulations. The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I adheres to the Nurse Practice Act and all rules governing certification for their scope of practice. This position is granted specified professional staff privileges by the Kennedy Krieger Institute Medical Board; these privileges list specific tasks and are reviewed annually. This position reports to the Senior Nurse Practitioner for Nursing standards and practice.
the Pre-Kindergarten Teacher will use evidence-based treatment methods for preschoolers at heightened risk for or diagnosed with developmental delays. This staff member will provide on-site early childhood developmental enrichment/education and interventions to enrolled children. Instruction will be differentiated to learner needs, and aligned with the curriculum. The incumbent will lead in the implementation of all educational plans, monitor student progress, provide behavior support and manage the classroom to include training of caregivers/assistants and complete regulatory forms as required by funding agencies.
JOB ID: 3248
the Psychologist I will provide psychological treatment services and psychodiagnostic assessments for outpatient clients at CARD. The Psychologist I will also provide training to parents, paraprofessionals and professionals. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients aged 2 through young adult.
JOB ID: 4379
The Achievements Therapeutic Day Program offers four different intervention options, enabling us to provide individualized treatment in small-group settings to children under age six. Our comprehensive approach focuses on the most challenging areas for these children: communication, social, emotional, and self-regulatory development. Using best-practice approaches, including Applied Behavior Analysis and others anchored in developmental sciences, we make the classroom not only a place of learning, but also a place to form friendships.
The Therapeutic Assistant I will implement instructional programs and evidence-based treatment protocols in a classroom (group, dyad, and 1:1) setting under the oversight of the Pre-Kindergarten Teacher, the MICC Teacher, or Speech-Language Pathologist. This staff member will interact with the children to encourage language, social, and self-regulatory development. The incumbent will also collect progress and treatment response data; assist with classroom organization; prepare teaching materials; and assist with parent communication and training.