Adrienne Aiken-Jackson

  • Atlanta GA

Work History

Work History
Mar 2015 - Present

Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional

East Central Regional Hospital-Gracewood Campus
  • Coordinate services with other disciplines including medical, dental, therapies, etc.
  • Facilitate and Conduct Interdisciplinary meetings as needed
  • Facilitate monthly meetings with relevant disciplines to review assignments of increased supervision for continued relevance and need.
  • Organize small scale community outings for active treatment and recreation
  • Participate in Incident Review meetings and collect proof of completed actions generated in those meetings (physical proof of follow up activities are to be kept in the Incident Management Office)
  • Serve as Administrative Duty Officer as scheduled

 

May 2007 - Feb 2015

Social Services Case Manager

Columbia County Department of Family & Children Services
  • Conduct initial child protective services investigations to determine the appropriateness of service

            interventions to ensure the safety and overall well-being of children  

  • Help to develop goals for initial family plan of care and update the plan as needed to ensure stability for children involved in Ongoing and Foster Care services cases
  • Participate in monthly meetings to ensure compliancy of child protective case records.
  • Coordinate community based services to help parents achieve their treatment (case) plan goals.
  • Facilitated Family Team Meetings as needed to help develop treatment (case) plans for clients.
Dec 2006 - Apr 2007

Social Services Case Manager

Richmond County Department of Family & Children Services
  • Prepared and filed court petitions in regards to child deprivation cases
  • Testified in court hearings providing case updates on family progress to the juvenile judge
  • Developed court ordered case plans which effectively utilize community resources to meet the needs of children and families.
  • Attended various multi- disciplinary meetings to help parents working with the agency to gain  back the custodial rights of their children
Jan 2005 - Jun 2005

School Social Worker Intern

Columbia County Board of Education
  • Observed the school social worker in attending juvenile court cases involving truancy.
  • Attended IEP meetings to ensure a student’s academic needs were being addressed and met by the  school system.
  • Helped in assisting the school social worker in serving as a liaison in between the parents of students and school officials to ensure effective communication in between both parties.
Aug 2004 - Dec 2004

Social Worker Intern

Joseph M. Still Burn Center of Doctors Hospital
  • Assisted the social worker with linking burn patients to community based resources to assist in their  recovery once discharged from the hospital.
  • Entered pertinent confidential information into the computer system utilized by the hospital to ensure   accuracy of patient’s medical record.
Dec 2002 - Apr 2003

Case Manager Intern

Safe Homes of Augusta
  • Assisted in completing domestic violence assessments on victims of domestic violence for the purpose  to help to ensure their overall safety and to educate them on the cycle of domestic violence.
  • Maintained client’s confidential files to ensure guidelines of HIPPA.

Education

Education
Aug 2012 - May 2015

MSW

Clark Atlanta University
Jan 2005 - May 2006

BSW

Augusta State University
Aug 2001 - Dec 2004

B.A

Augusta State University

Skills

Skills

Intellectual Disability

burn

domestic violence

SOCIAL WORK

behavior