Palmdale Care

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Ready To Love Your Children!
A recent transplant to California, mother of a 20-year-old son, and would love to care for your family! Ready To Love Your Children!
2 yrs of exp.
Creative Tutor
I'm Maria, a 23-year-old with a true passion for language and arts. I'm new to tutoring. I have knowledge of basic math, algebra, Spanish, and arts.
1 yr of exp.
Hello, I currently work for the school district out here in Palmdale with special education students. I work specifically with 3-year-olds, but I have worked with children who are older in the past as well. I also work as a caregiver for adults with disabilities as well.
4 yrs of exp.

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My daughter is completing Senior Supplemental to replace grades in Algebra 2 second semester and Geometry. Since this is largely units completed on her own and tested at school she needs someone to go through the lesson and teach/explain. I anticipate 1-2 hours weekly.
time Part Time
Starts 10/15
Transportation Required
I will pretty much just need someone to watch my 2-year-old during the morning and early afternoon hours. It would just be for appointments and errands and workout classes that I have. Maybe an occasional date night. Additional needs include being comfortable with pets and a non-smoker. Looking for a caregiver for my 2-year-old daughter, 7-year-old son, and 10-year-old daughter. Flexible start date. My schedule may vary.
time Part Time
Starts 10/28
Transportation Required

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Skill Knowledge and Ability Requirements: Some college experience. Ideal candidates will have a BA/BS, in the field of psychology, education, behavior analysis or any other related field. Previous experience working with a special needs population. Experience implementing Applied Behavior Analysis Principles (training provided). Must be available to work on Saturdays. Possess excellent time management skills and knowledge of street routes/maps. Utilizes professional language (avoid slang) when conversing. Must possess the ability to communicate electronically. Must have reliable transportation and current liability insurance for the vehicle. Minimum Physical and Mental Demands: Must stand, sit, twist, kneel, bend-over, crouch down, walk, sprint (in the event of client elopement), & sit/play on floor for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift, push, and pull up to 40 lbs without assistance from another adult. Act or react to behaviors in an appropriate manner. Utilize CPI techniques when a child aggressors and under no circumstance restrain, hold, pinch, push, hit or provide any physical or mental discomfort to the child. Must be able to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families in low and high SES areas. Ability to work with clients that may have potentially disturbing behaviors. Must be comfortable working in homes (studio apt, housing project, etc.) of families with limited resources. Clinical Responsibilities: Provide one to one intervention, utilizing the Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in a Discrete Trial Training session or Adaptive Skills Training in the home, school or community. Attend monthly team meetings as required. Provide feedback to supervisor(s) regarding the consumer's progress, goal development, need for new programming, and quality of intervention provided by instructors on each case. Accept, follow and implement directions from Supervisor(s), Associate Clinical Directors and Clinical Director(s). Communicate parental concerns immediately to the supervisor. Use appropriate techniques when managing difficult behaviors. Effectively follow the set behavior plan. Attend BLC monthly staff meetings and professional development in-services as indicated. Use antecedent strategies and deliver instructions (e.g., discrimination stimulus) in a clear and concise manner. Attempt to fade out prompts and use the prompt hierarchy. Correctly utilize prompts when necessary. Correctly follow the DTT protocols and procedures. Utilize appropriate chaining and shaping techniques. Utilize an appropriate inter-trial interval. Initiate opportunities to generalize learned skills. Complete all goals in a timely manner. Consistently take data. Take accurate data. Collect data in timely manner. Take data that is neat and legible. Complete the data sheet or form in its entirety. Diligently and accurately collect data for excess behaviors. Understand how to score a task analysis. Able to breakdown a task analysis steps into simple and learn-able steps. Complete any additional duties as assigned by supervisor(s). Professional Responsibilities: Arrive to the schedule session on time. Dress appropriately and follow guidelines in handbook. Follow the missed shift policy as detailed in the BLC handbook. Must be self-motivated, responsible, outgoing, patient and eager to learn. Exhibit good affect and display appropriate level of energy and maintain professionalism. Abide by all BLC's confidentiality standards as stated in the employee handbook, which includes keeping all personal info, staff duties, pay rate and salary.
time Part Time
Starts 10/10
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