Abilities United is dedicated to providing people with developmental and physical disabilities the rights, resources and opportunities they need to lead the lives they choose. Abilities United champions community values of dignity and respect for people of all disabilities. We strive to be a model of how society can be barrier free to enable the full participation of people with disabilities and their families.
Abilities United ensures that thousands of people with developmental and physical disabilities fully participate in community life. Abilities United provides comprehensive training, education and support to individuals and their families. We build strong connections with and among people we serve, and to community resources, to further enrich their lives with personal, meaningful experiences.
Are you interested in being part of a transdisciplinary team to help children grow and develop? As a bilingual early interventionist you will support children and their families in home-based and group settings. This role involves maintaining strong relationships with Regional Center coordinators, Parents/Caregivers, community stakeholders, and the other members of the transdisciplinary team while providing evidence-based best practice with the children and families they serve directly.