Our aim is to provide personalized interventions that integrate proven therapies benefiting both the child and their family. We celebrate the insights that people with autism spectrum disorders offer to our society. Our mission is to prepare our clients to be happy and socially successful people who make and maintain friendships throughout life.
CASE is looking for a Full Time BCBA Consultant
CASE, Inc. is a company with less than 50 employees located in North County San Diego. Our staff members enjoy being part of a collaborative and diverse team that works hard to develop personalized interventions for our clients. We celebrate the insights that people with autism spectrum disorders offer to our society. Our mission is to prepare our clients to be happy, productive, and socially successful people who make and maintain friendships throughout life.
The BCBA candidate should possess the following qualities:
-A team player with a can-do attitude: you will be required to work alongside our very qualified, professional, and outgoing staff including our Psychologist, middle management, office management team, entry level staff, and Behavior Consultant Team
-Flexible Schedule: you will be assigned a specific amount of hours to achieve each month with the opportunity to exceed those hours based on performance and flexibility in your schedule.
-6 months to 1 year of experience working as a BCBA: we are looking for a candidate who ready to jump right into supervising cases and is open to adapting their supervision style in line with our philosophy.
Job responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
-manage and meet a minimum of 116 billable hours of in-home consultation hours per month
-travel throughout North San Diego County
-maintaining reliable transportation
-writing treatment plans
-provide staff trainings
-management of your case load and 12-15 staff members working for that case load
-maintain and update personal calendar
-familiarity with insurance codes
-attend weekly supervisors meetings
A few perks:
Although we are a smaller company, we offer many of the same perks as a larger company including but not limited to: mentorship from Dr. Norall (our Doctor, Director AND author of Quirky Yes, Hopless No), a scheduler, a Human Resources support, a billing team, an Office Management Team, an insurance liaison, lap tops, printers, and more!
Compensation and Benefits:
-monthly cell phone stipend upon hire
-monthly travel stipend upon hire
-following a 90 day introductory period; health benefits will be available
-Flexible Spending Account available upon hire
-401K and matching available at one year with the company
Dr. Norall is doing a webinar.....if you would like to join, please email email@example.com and I will have an invite sent your way. We recommend that our families enrolled in Friends' Club and/or have social programs join in. We look forwarding to having you all join.
Are you looking for placement for your K-5 child with Asperger's? We have the spot. Right now, we have four openings in our Education Program that runs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9-3 and then Wednesdays 9-1. If you are interested in getting your child in for the upcoming school year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our casefamily website is loaded with a ton of information. I wanted to share with you ways to navigate through our site.
Home Page: Our home page is where we share information pertaining to news about CASE and topics regarding autism and services. You can scroll down to read all recent posts or you can press next to see older posts.
About Us: Tells you about the History of CASE and Dr. Cynthia Norall.
Our Services: Talks about the services we provide.
Our Staff: Contains biographies and pictures of all our staff in all our offices.
Events: Shares "New" events happening at CASE.
Friends' Club: Contains all the information a parent will need pertaining to their child's Friends' Club (social understanding) group. Yearly calendars, registration forms and summaries of your child's last group are located here. This pertains to every office holding Friends' Club.
Education Program: Contains the yearly calendar for parents with children in our Education Program.
Resources: Contains any referrals that we would share with you over the phone. These are placements we recommend to families.
Hope this description makes it easier to navigate through our website. We appreciate you checking us out and look forward to speaking with you about anything you have read here.
Marketing Director at CASE
Dear CASE families,
If you are getting home services in our Carlsbad, CA office and have a schedule change, cancellation or other questions, you can email Amber Burns or Maria Dudzik to make those changes or you can call (760) 720-4964 and hit option 1 to leave them a message. Our automated service sends an email directly to their email addresses contaning your message.
Please note: Via our automated service system, you may leave a message for scheduling and cancellations using option 1, make a new client appointment or receive information about services using option 2, billing questions using option 3, insurance questions using option 4, The Ed. Program Teachers using option 5, employment and Group Parent Training info using option 6 and all other messages can be left in our general mailbox using option 7. All staff is notified by email when a message has been left in our automated system and will be returned in a timely manner.
CASE Inc. Admin
Dear present and future CASE Clients,
CASE is in the process of becoming an In-Network provider with many different insurances. Right now, we are in-network with Tricare/Triwest, United Behavioral Health, MHN and Magellan (Anthem and Blue Shield).
In addition, we are accepted by many different insurances like Cigna, Aetna, PCSD, and Blue Shield as an Out-Of-Network Provider.
Please feel free to contact email@example.com to get more information on what CASE services we can provide you through your insurance.
This is also true in all our other offices, Napa, CA and Oahu, HI.
Maria Dudzik, CASE, Inc. Admintration
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Beth Wagner Brust knows there are few things more difficult than watching your child struggle to make friends. Her youngest son, Ben, was diagnosed with ADHD in kindergarten, but by third grade he still didn't have any friends.
"My pediatrician said he had Asperger's," explained Brust, a Carmel Valley resident. Asperger's is considered a higher form of autism that makes social interaction, among other things, difficult. "Like any parent, I was thrown for a loop. Then I heard about the Friends Club in Carlsbad."
The Friends Club is a safe, non-threatening and non-stressful environment where kids with Asperger's get together to learn the "unwritten" social skills. Now it's inspired Brust and Cynthia La Brie Norall, Ph.D., to write "Quirky, Yes — Hopeless, No: Practical Tips to Help Your Child with Asperger's Syndrome Be More Socially Accepted" (St. Martin's Griffin).
Asperger's children are often the kids who are bullied, sit alone at lunch and rarely get an invitation to a birthday party. But at the club, they learn such skills as making eye contact, greeting people, letting others talk about their interests and being less rigid through games, breaking skills into baby steps and role playing.
By learning the subtle social cues that typical children take for granted, they can begin making friends. And that's exactly what happened with Ben.
"By the end of the first year, I heard him ask another kid, 'Am I boring you?' and I almost fell over," recalled Brust. "I'd never heard him say that before. It was amazing to see that growth in six months."
The Friends Club was the brainchild of Norall, an educational behavior psychologist. While working at a preschool in Valley Center in 1992, she first encountered children with autism. That's around the time that autism diagnoses began to rise dramatically. Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 out of every 100 8-year-olds is autistic.
"I just found this population fascinating," Norall said. "I went to every seminar and conference I could on autism. I really wanted to help them."