The primary purpose of the QIDP is to provide case management services to the assigned Community Learning Center individuals. The QIDP is responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of the Individual Support Plan for individuals served in the Community Learning Center. They are directly responsible for facilitating the achievement of personal outcome and for overseeing the delivery of services across settings in order to enhance the well being, quality of life, opportunities and achievement of personal outcomes for individuals served on their caseload. The QIDP is expected to uphold the Mission & Values of the Association.
Description of Responsibilities:
The primary purpose of the QIDP is to provide coordination and support for the services received by assigned individuals.
The QIDP is responsible for developing and overseeing the delivery of services across settings in order to enhance the well-being, quality of life, opportunities and achievement of personal outcomes for individuals served on their caseload.
The QIDP develops and monitors the implementation of the Individual Support Plan to address Personal Outcome Measures and chairs and organizes related mettings.
Maintains all clinical documentation as required by program standards, licensing entities and The Council's Personal Outcome Measures.
Provides clinical training to Community Support Workers related to Personal Outcome measures.
Ensures safety, health, and wellbeing by responding to emergencies or crisis situations of a clinical nature.
The QIDP is expected to uphold the Missions & Values of Ray Graham Association.
Must have a Bachelor Degree in social services and at least 1 year of direct experience working with adults with developmental disabilities.
Excellent oral and written skills are essential.
Must have Clear State Police History and a valid Illinois Driver’s License.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must be able to lift and transfer adults (75lbs.)
Must pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol screen
About Ray Graham Association
Founded in 1950, Ray Graham Association for people with disabilities is a non-profit organization that provides a broad array of services and supports to over 2,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities. Services include Residential, Employment, Life Skills, and Family Support at 35 locations throughout DuPage County and the surrounding areas. Ray Graham Association’s mission is to create opportunities that empower people with disabilities to reach, grow, and achieve. Visit www.raygraham.org for more information.