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This position is open until filled with first review of applications on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
The mission of the Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) is to provide support, information and education for families of children with disabilities and the professionals who assist these families. By offering emotional support and factual information, the Center enables families to help their children reach their fullest potential.
Decreasing Disparities in Care in Through Outreach, Education and Linkage
This project is a collaborative project between the San Diego Regional Center, Exceptional Family Resource Center, San Diego State University, and University of California San Diego. It is designed to decrease disparities in service utilization among the Latino(a) population of San Diego and Imperial Counties, specifically in the 11-16 year old age group. The project involves Promotoras, or peer-to-peer parent/caregiver educators, who will deliver a manualized intervention to families of current SDRC clients (ages 11-16) who are not accessing available services. Topics covered with parents will include knowledge about developmental disabilities, advocacy in school and other service systems, building social support, and managing stress. The use of Promotoras is a unique service model because they bring their own experiences, successes, and challenges as a parent or primary caregiver of individuals with disabilities to their work with other parents. Promotoras will deliver the intervention in individual home visits across a 4 month period, on an approximately weekly basis.
Under direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Family Support Liaison/Research Assistant I is responsible for providing Bilingual (Spanish/English) support, advocacy, information, resources, outreach, referral services and opportunities available to parents/caregivers of children with special needs and disabilities and to the professionals who assist these families. The goal of this service is to lessen the parents feelings of isolation to care for a special needs child and help lessen the stress and confusion by empowering parents to be aware of appropriate services and entitlements available for their children and to gain skills and information to assist them in effectively parenting their special needs child. This position is also responsible for preforming data collection and data entry of client records in accordance with EFRC policies and procedures.
PLEASE NOTE: Hours per week may vary from 5-20 depending on the needs of the project. Please also be aware this position will primarily take place in SOUTH BAY.
Creative Support Alternatives, a San Diego State University Research Foundation project with 25 years experience, provides Supported Living Services, Independent Living Services and related services to adults with disabilities, as well as others who benefit from individualized, person-driven supports, to maximize their full inclusion and participation in all aspects of home and community life.
The Community Support Facilitator, under the supervision of the Director(s) and Community Living Coordinator(s), provides direct support to people with developmental disabilities in their homes and in the community. Each position is individualized in order to support the needs and wants of the person receiving services.