Community Rehabilitation Worker Salary in District of Columbia - District Average

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Average Salary for Community Rehabilitation Worker in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Community Rehabilitation Worker in District of Columbia - District Average is $39,348.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Community Rehabilitation Worker in District of Columbia - District Average is $18.92.

The average bonus of a(n) Community Rehabilitation Worker in District of Columbia - District Average is $716.00.

Job Description:

Supports and assists clients, often children, youth, families, or adults with disabilities, to participate in rehabilitation by providing rehabilitation services based in the community. Offers therapy and support around cognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial issues on an outreach basis. Assists health care professionals and social services agencies in the delivery of rehabilitation programs, such as independent living skills training, in community-based settings. Obtains information and prepares reports or case histories. Appraises clients' needs or eligibility for specific services. Implements life skills workshops. Assesses client's relevant skill strengths and development needs. Develops, coordinates, and implements the delivery of specific services within the community. Provides suicide and crisis intervention. Resolves conflict situations. Implements behavior management programs. Conducts individual and group counseling sessions. Provides personal services support to persons with special needs. Liaises with other social services agencies and health care providers involved with clients. Maintains program statistics for purposes of evaluation and research. Assists in evaluating the effectiveness of treatment programs. May supervise activities of clients living in group homes and half-way houses. Less

Supports and assists clients, often children, youth, families, or adults with disabilities, to participate in rehabilitation by providing rehabilitation services based in the community. Offers therapy and support around cognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial issues on an outreach basis. Assists health... More

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