The Beacon Group offers a wide array of caring and compassionate clinical staff who advocate and care for individuals with I/DD to help them reach their health care and rehabilitative milestones.
The Beacon Group clinicians have formal training and expertise in working with persons with special needs in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, residential programs, day habilitation program, schools and in the community. Clinicians are fully credentialed, having obtained their Master’s/Doctorate degrees and perform therapies within their scope of practice. The following clinical staff are available for fee-for-service and IPSIDD assignments.
The Beacon Group does ongoing recruitment for Nursing, Direct Support Professionals, Speech – Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists. We get requests for workers in all five boroughs of New York City and Long Island. If you are dependable, compassionate, patient and empathic towards those with special needs, we have a place for you on the Beacon team.
Direct Support Professional
DSP help with activities of daily living, communication, personal care, feeding, transportation and socialization. The goal is to help the person with special needs live their best life by helping them acquire, maintain, and improve skills needed for them to stay in a safe environment and to participate in activities that are meaningful to the individual.
Nurses provide specialized care to individuals with I/DD and special needs. They manage chronic conditions, coordinate medical appointments, manage medication, and other health/behavioral health interventions and personal care activities. They are part of the interdisciplinary care team and ensure that individuals receive culturally competent and effective health care.
A case manager is a human service professional who is responsible for assessing, coordinating, administering, and implementing services within an individual’s plan of care. Case managers work in a variety of settings and use their expertise to bridge gaps in services and to ensure that clients receive the resources and support they need to lead healthy and fulfilling lives.