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Columbia, Maryland, United States
November 07, 2018

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Kathleen B. Kaufman

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Columbia, Maryland

Phone: 443-***-****


Education History

West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Work Experience

March 2010 to November 2018:

Community Builder, The Arc Montgomery County

Responsible for developing meaningful community connections for

people with intellectual disabilities. Ensured clients participated in integrated recreational and community programs. Developed recreational survey and individual recreational plan. Developed partnerships with community organizations. Match individuals with programs and services that meet their needs. Developed community programs to meet participant’s developmental needs. Created client community resource book and recreational resource book. Position started as a one-year grant funded position, I managed the grant and developed the program. Case management that meets the participants wants and needs and maintains case files. Recruited volunteers to participant in community programs.

Howard County Senior Center Part-time position

June 2012 -August 2012

Provided recreational programming/ activities for senior citizens with Cognitive impairment.

Community Action Council November 2009 – March 5, 2010

Community worker for Crisis Intervention Program/

Family Support Services Program Coordinator, The Arc Howard County

Ellicott City, Maryland March 1998 – November 2009

The Arc of Howard County, Ellicott City, Maryland

Provided ongoing comprehensive high intensity case management services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Facilitated timely implementation of Individual Plans. Conducted intake interviews; facilitated referral to a variety of community resources; managed client’s budget. Assisted with career and job placement. Contact with nursing staff to arrange nursing assessments. Maximized utilization of community resources to support clients. Supervised staff and scheduled field staff. Managed the Rolling Access Low Intensity Program and budget. Rolling Access funding was a grant from the Developmental Disabilities Administration. Processed Rolling Access applications and implemented services. Screened/verified medical records of applicants to meet Developmental Disabilities Administration eligibility requirements and recruit staff. Ensured compliance with DDA Regulations and reports. Maintained data base and provided on-call supervision for emergencies. Worked closely with social services agencies.


Oct 2005 Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Howard Community College

Columbia, Maryland

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