Physical Therapist (Part-time)
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Coaches families of young children and provides consultation to members of the Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) team through family selected activities using a Primary Service Provider Model. Assists caregivers and team members in proper lifting techniques, body mechanics, positioning and adaptive equipment which improves the children's participation in everyday routines. May also provide occasional support for children in an ECSE classroom.
Bachelor's degree. Embraces and supports KRESA philosophies related to diversity, inclusiveness and anti-racism. Ability to interact effectively with individuals from a wide range of cultures. Ability to discuss cultural differences with colleagues and clients. Ability to assess one’s own strengths and limitations or challenges and integrate this understanding into interpersonal interactions.
Extensive knowledge of early childhood development. Strong collaboration skills. Ability to communicate effectively, including listening. Thrives in a team approach. Ability to efficiently use computer and applicable software. Ability to problem solve. Ability to read, analyze and interpret data. Ability to effectively present information in front of groups and engage an audience. Maintains confidentiality. Displays willingness to support and make decisions with sound judgment in timely manner. Adapts to frequent changes in the work environment. Uses equipment and materials properly. Practices safe work habits. Ability to select and develop appropriate methods, skills and techniques attuned to people's cultural, multicultural or marginal experiences in their environments. Ability to effectively employ multicultural approaches in resolving problems.