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  • Provides direct professional nursing services, first aid, and emergency care to students age 3-22 with moderate to severe range of disabilities including  Intellectual Disabilities, Autism, Emotional Disabilities and Multiple Disabilities that include students who are medically-fragile
  • Utilizes and seeks out health resources to provide  evidence-based care  that promotes independence for students
  • Collaborate with parents and school teams in the development and implementation of health care plans for students who need nursing interventions during the school day
  • Document nursing services in a timely manner, including medicaid billing
  • Identifies age/grade appropriate health education needs (hygiene, physical development, etc) and resources for student health education
  • Assists with planning and implementation of nursing services  for recreational activities, extra-curricular activities, field and community trips
  • Continuously assesses, monitors, and evaluates student health needs
  • Attends intake, IEP or team meetings when appropriate and necessary
  • Manages health records and medications in accordance with state law and school protocol
  • Assists school-based team by providing academic and functional support to students


  • Holds a valid, active license issued through the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulations, as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Experience in pediatric, special needs or school-based nursing is preferred 
  • Experience working collaboratively with a wide variety of professionals and parents
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills

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