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Adult Day Training Director

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
  • Adult Day Training (ADT) Director Responsibilities
  • Develop individualized implementation plans (IP) for all consumers.
  • Identify the consumer's goals and needs from the individual's support plan and other pertinent sources appropriate to the individual.
  • Review and evaluate the IP on a regular basis to update if needed
  • Develop a program that is age and culturally appropriate that stresses training in:
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Self Advocacy
  • Adaptive and Social Skills
  • Community Integration
  • Vocational skills
  • Follow guidelines set forth by the iBudget Coverages and Limitations Handbook
  • Develop program that is six hours in length, five days a week, including a minimum of four-hours in specific training or program activities designed to meet individual needs and personal goals and defined in the support plans.
  • Must maintain notes and documentation with the implementation plan
  • Write monthly summaries to Support Coordinators of the individuals' progress toward achieving support plan outcomes for the period being reviewed.
  • Create annual report for each individual in the program outlying his or her goals and progress.
  • Create and maintain a systematic method to collect projected service outcome data
  • Reviews data periodically and if necessary put corrective measures into place if the data indicates that the goal is not being achieved.
  • Create community partnerships for the individuals to learn about volunteer, work and educational opportunities through; education, experience and exposure.
  • Ensure that the individuals demonstrate freedom of choice, including being informed about rights and service options
  • Ensures all program related state license and funding requirements are met
  • Completes any training requirements deemed essential
  • Reinforces learning by selecting and utilizing training media
  • Maintains knowledge of instruction technologies by attending workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies
  • Partner with community resources to provide an integrated, community based program.
  • Flexibility to use the community as a living classroom.


  • Preferred candidate will have B.S. or B.A. in education or a related field and two years' experience with developmentally disabled children or adults
  • Preferred candidate will have a strong background in education and behavior analysis
  • Candidates must successfully pass National and State Background screenings

  • Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications:
  • An associate's degree from an accredited college or university AND two years, verifiable experience working directly with individuals receiving services or related experience

  • ***All staff will require extensive training. Some of this training includes:
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Zero Tolerance
  • Health and Safety and Developmental Disabilities (Core Competencies)
  • Behavior Assistant Services (BAS)
  • Crisis Management
  • Medication Training

  • *If you are currently certified in any of the above, please provide copies of the training certificates

    Please send resume and cover letter to





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