MabVoc supports participants on either the ABI (acquired brain injury) waiver, MFP (money follows person) as well as participants who receive supported employment funding in one of our day programs. This unique program is entirely based in the community and supports individuals as they re-learn skills necessary in reaching their vocational and educational goals. Under the general supervision of the Director of Day services and the Vocational Case Manager the One to One Coach supports the individuals assigned to them in reaching their pre-vocational goals. Each One to One coach will provide any individualized supports as needed with the goal of maximizing individual’s capacity for personal growth and community membership consistent with each participant vocational goals.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT DUTIES:
The One to One Coach (OOC) performs the following duties in concert with the Vocational Case Manager and Director of Day Programs
-Provides job coaching to individuals and working closely with the individuals’ workplace supervisors to ensure job retention/success. Communicates and documents individuals’ progress.
-Assists in career exploration, worksite, and job development efforts.
-Assists in initial orientation and oversight of quality control at worksites.
-Assists in providing liaison between worksite supervisors and Vocational Case Managers
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
All duties and responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with person-centered practices, Positive Behavior Supports (PBS), and MAB general policies and guidelines.
-Provides case management services to assigned individuals.
-Participates in the development of and implements supports strategies for accomplishment of ISPs and MABVoc goals and objectives for assigned individuals. Advocates for and supports self-determination/self-advocacy efforts of individuals.
-Prepares, accompanies, and supports each individual for work experience and other community-based meetings/interviews and performs follow-up activities. Modifies instructional methods to meet learning needs of each individual.
-Utilizes curriculum, assistive technology, and provides accommodations as appropriate for each individual in both onsite and community-based settings.
-Assists/supports each individual in all daily activities (e.g., personal care, mobility, communication) as appropriate. Monitors their activities to ensure their health and safety while supporting their interests, preferences, abilities, and skill-building, and promoting their independence. Serves as positive role model.
-Provides transportation for all community-based activities for individuals as needed.
-Notifies AMPM, MPM and/or other staff immediately in the event of a change in an individual’s health status, medication, or other emergency.
-Maintains and updates individuals’ files. Collects all required data, and writes timely, complete, objective, and accurate monthly progress reports, assessments, and other reports as needed.
-Participates in staff meetings and trainings; seeks additional training as needed. Supports training of new staff.
-Provides coverage for the Program Specialists as needed.
-Performs other related duties as required by supervisors.