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Highly efficient and dedicated social work professional with experience in family and disabled support, case management, foster parenting, community relations, client service, counseling, agency relations, administration, training, and team leadership. Demonstrated ability to deliver unparalleled client service, offering high-level communications, improving processes, analyzing complex issues, developing viable solutions, and managing teams in supporting families and the disabled. Proven expertise in all aspects of social work principles/practices, casework methods, psychosocial issues, human relations, principles of interviewing and social assistance requirements. Caring and compassionate, with proven ability to form strong cross-cultural relationships and gain trust of colleagues, clients and social service agencies at all levels.
Family Management and Support Disabled Support Social Work Principles Case Management Agency Relations Report Generation Service Delivery Regulatory Compliance Community Relations Client Relations Foster Parenting Program Management and Coordination Training Management Resource Allocation Procedure Definition Team Leadership
Inter Agency Liaison AUTISM NEW ZEALAND Work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals in the community, including determining priority activities and providing information, advice and support. Conduct inter agency liaison with groups such as Child, Youth and Family, Idea Family and Whanau Services (IHC), Work and Income, educators, health providers, and agencies who have people in the spectrum of care. Address topics such as awareness, inclusion and support within the community. Develop effective new relationships with key personnel within Autism New Zealand and externally. Manage up to 20 staff and conduct annual performance appraisals in line with company procedures. Family/Whanau Coordinator June 2008 to December 2011 IDEA Services Strive to coordinate family/whanau services in compliance with IHC and IDEA Services policy and procedures and all contractual requirements and legal obligations. Update families on IHC, IDEA services, family issues, service developments and trends. Advocate, liaise and form consultative relationships with families to facilitate access to required services and support. Support needs and aspirations of people with an intellectual disability and their family/whanau or primary caregivers as identified in needs assessments. Developed personal and customized plans in close coordination with family. Chairperson/Member August 2006 to December 2009 AUTISM NEW ZEALAND Chaired monthly branch committee meetings and discussed range of issues, including finances, accommodation, liaison with national office, staff issues and IT. Assessed status and operational reports to identify areas of improvement and branch requirements. Examined methods to increase the branch’s exposure to parents and other relevant agencies.