Autism Life Skills Coach (Enfield, Connecticut)

Company Name:
Allied Community Services, Inc.
Allied Community Services, Inc. is a private, non-profit human services organization located in North Central Connecticut. Our agency, including subsidiaries Allied Rehabilitation Centers and Allied Community Resources, has been serving individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, and individuals with acquired brain injuries since the early 1960's. You are encouraged to visit our website at .

Per diem, approximately 20 hr./week position
Provides training and assistance to adults within the Autism spectrum according to the Individual's Program Plan.
Serves as a role model to the individual supported
Assists with learning, improving, and/or retaining life skills
Documents all activities according to provided guidelines.
Provides transportation during program hours.

Demonstrates clear and concise writing and report skills.
Exhibits professionalism interacting with people with disabilities and family members.
Ability to complete work related tasks in a complete and timely.
Establishes and maintains healthy positive relationships with persons with disabilities.
Ability to make recommendations and implement behavioral interventions for persons with Autism.
Ability to work independently within parameters of Allied's policies and procedures.

Bachelor's Degree and clean driving record required.
Top consideration given to those with related experience & motivation to improve the lives of persons w/ disabilities.
Experience working with individuals exhibiting challenging medical, physical and behavioral needs.

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Thanks for your interest in Allied Community Services!
This is a non-management position
This is a per diem position

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