Assistive Technology Coordinator

Assistive Technology (AT) is any item, piece of equipment, software, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. Several resources are available for finding and funding AT. RTI can help navigate these programs, assist people through the eligibility process, provide specific advice, assessments and recommendations to ensure they receive the assistance for which they are eligible.

Maintenance Technician/Assistive Technology Coordinator

Performs diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair, and/or maintain building equipment, buildings, and grounds of RTI, related properties, as well as fulfill fee for service schedule of maintenance and repairs, coordinate/oversee and/or install Assistive Technology (AT) such as ramps, porch lifts, home modifications, stair glides, vehicle modifications, and other related AT items.

Social Worker/Case Manager

The Social Worker/Case Manager assists people with disabilities transition out of nursing homes or other institutions into the community and to their own homes through the use of the new Choices Waiver.

Program Director/Manager

The Program Manager oversees the IL program’s day-to-day operations by providing daily interaction with staff to ensure progress, managing consumer concerns, and carrying out the IL Philosophy and services by developing and executing IL infrastructure. Including direct supervision and training of staff, coordinating the daily activities and services, and ensures policy adherence. Program Manager is responsible for and overseeing the preparation and submission of mandated Federal and State reports, fulfilling contractual requirements of the programs and services and the timeline for submission. The Program Manager works with staff and the Executive Director to provide individual and systems advocacy on a wide range of issues.