The Cerebral Palsy Association is looking for Pediatric Occupational, Pediatric Therapists and Speech Pathologists!
This is an exciting opportunity to work for an A rated Early Intervention Program in Chester and Lancaster County, providing home and community based services to children ages birth-3. We are considering expanding our team; contract therapists at the highest competitive rate per session, based on experience.
Join our team and you’ll be working with dedicated therapists and teachers, as well as having full use of our equipment, adaptive toy, and sensory lending library.
In house training opportunities are available as well as the chance to team with highly regarded therapists on topics including assistive and adaptive technologies, feeding, coaching strategies and more.
PA Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist or Speech Pathologist License required.
Nursing Home Transition Coordinator/Social Worker
Do you want to work at a quality organization that cares for their employees? Cerebral Palsy Association is looking for a Nursing Home Transition (NHT) Coordinator to join our small, but mighty team! The NHT Program assists participants living in a nursing facility to safely transition back into the community to the setting of their choice. The NHT Coordinator will assess barriers to discharging that nursing home participants face which may include affordable and handicapped accessible housing, criminal records, medical concerns, lack of formal/informal supports, lack of income and necessary identification documents, credit history, funds needed to secure housing, etc. The NHT Coordinator will assist and support participants with overcoming these barriers so that a safe discharge to the community can take place. The NHT Coordinator will work closely with the participant, the Managed Care Organization (MCO) with Community Health Choices Service Coordinator, Nursing Home Social Worker, nurse, therapist, Behavioral Health provider, power of attorney, guardian, family members, friends and whomever the participant wishes to have involved toward their goal of re-entering the community.
Working with the MCO on mutual participants toward their goal of transitioning back into the community
Adhering to all MCO NHT policies and procedures
Maintaining a caseload of Nursing Home Transition Participants
Knowing participants on a personal basis and being aware of their strengths and plans to achieve their desired lifestyle
Empowering participants toward being the leaders of their self-directed plans
Educating participants about the services available to them to meet their unique needs
Assisting participants with enrolling with Home and Community Based Services and other formal supports needed in the community upon discharge when applicable
Assisting participants with identifying and securing safe housing that is within the participant’s budget
Assisting participants with obtaining essential household items needed for the nursing home transition and set up of these items on discharge day
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or another related field
Must have transportation
Flexibility, professionalism, and being detail-oriented are a must
Must be willing to work in a fast pace environment and flexible to work with last minute changes as they occur
Experience with discharge planning and/or Home and Community Based services preferred
Work from home flexibility is available
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $37,331.24 – $47,645.17 per year
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan
- Monday to Friday
All staff must be fully vaccinated
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Exton, PA 19341: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
- Social work: 1 year (Preferred)
Work Location: Hybrid remote in Exton, PA 19341