• Administer financial assistance and seek deviation for clients to allow them to participate maximally in the DAC programme.• Conduct assessment of severity, key risks and protective factors for intervention, provide counselling services to help clients and caregivers to manage issues associated with their disabilities to enable maximally independent community living.• Conduct assessment of client or family and submit social report with action plans based on assessment of client and family.• Participate actively in case discussions and conferences internally within a multi-disciplinary context and externally.• Work with therapists and training officers in planning for clients individualised care plan.• Network with other agencies to tap on community resources to provide intervention support to clients.• Prepare case history information, psychosocial assessment, social work treatment plans.• Document and maintain case files and prepare reports according to the required documentation standard.• Conduct closure of cases upon achieving sustainable service outcomes for clients.• Identify the changing trends or needs of the landscape pertaining to the PWDs and coordinate community resources to enable maximally independent community living.• Network with relevant referral agencies and stakeholders serving PWDs and be part of the outreach efforts.• Plan, develop and implement curriculum, psycho-educational training and group work for PWDs or their caregivers.
• Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships
• Works effectively both as an individual and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
• Preferably have minimum 2 years experience in disability work• Hold a degree in Social Work from recognised institutions• Professionals that are accredited as a social worker or social service practitioner (RSW or RSSP) with SASW are preferred.
05 May 2021
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