Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP)

The Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional’s duties include but are not limited to:

  1. Perform his/her work in accordance with the currently approved method of practice set forth by the State of Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare rules and regulations regarding Program Coordinators (QIDP’s), for Residential Habilitation Agencies
  2. Shall conduct at least one monthly face to face contact with each of the residential habilitation Participants of H.A.S., Inc.
  3. Shall provide H.A.S., Inc. written program coordination notes of face to face contacts with the Participant within five days of each visit
  4. Serve as an effective resource for company policy, utilizing good judgment, discretion, confidentiality and professionalism to respond family, guardian’s and TSC’s
  5. Complete data collection reviews on Kordata each month
  6. Train staff on Kordata during orientation training
  7. Complete or update an annual Functional Assessment for each Participant
  8. Complete 6 month and 12-month status reviews within the time limit allowed by the state
  9. Write behavioral intervention plans
  10. Shall participate during the Participant’s Individual Support Planning process and develop the Habilitation Implementation Plans in a timely manner
  11. Shall coordinate the Participants needs with the Plan Developer or the Targeted Service Coordinator as needed
  12. Train staff on participants specific needs and their PIPs
  13. Will revise and update the Participant’s Habilitation Plan and PIP’s as needed
  14.  Monitor all information on Kordata
  15. Assure all documentation for each participant is done correctly, accurately, and within correct time limits
  16. Coordinate, oversee, and attend doctor appointments and visits
  17. Crisis management / manage behaviors
  18. Coordinate Participant schedules
  19. Will participate in H.A.S., Inc’s in-service/training program
  20. Will have current CPR/1st Aid
  21. Maintain high standards of ethical conduct
  22. Attend a minimum of 8 hours ongoing training annually
  23. Other duties and responsibilities specified by administrator or program manager

Client Recruitment/New Client Intake:

  1. Coordinate procedures to ensure proper documentation is prepared and completed for new participants
  2. Regularly meet with TSC agencies and recruit new participants
  3. Attend ISP’s for new and existing participants

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