Quest, Inc

  • Quest Kids - Unpaid Intern

    Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/2/2019 12:49 PM)
    Job ID
    Work Schedule
    Monday through Friday; 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Overview

    Quest, Inc., makes a difference in the lives of nearly 1,000 people each day. For over 50 years, Quest has supported Central Floridians with developmental and intellectual disabilities by offering choices and opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Quest offers a wide range of services and support for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.  Our company can be a valuable resource by providing a safe place to call home, quality long term care, education, therapy and early intervention services for children, employment for youth and adults and a place for retreat and respite. Quest’s mission, through quality and innovation, is to build communities where people with disabilities achieve their goals. Each Quest team member plays an important role in providing the individuals we serve with superior service, care and support.


    Recognizing the increased need for quality early intervention and therapy services, Quest opened the Quest Kids program in 1996. Quest Kids specializes in helping children with disabilities ranging from 15 months old to 18 years of age. About half of the children in the program are on the autism spectrum, while the remaining 50 percent have developmental delays, learning differences, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, chromosomal abnormalities and other learning and behavior concerns.


    Working hand-in-hand with speech pathologists, occupational therapists and educational professionals, Quest Kids develops and implements an appropriate path of learning that meets each child's specific needs. At Quest Kids, children are taught how to learn using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and are given tools to communicate.


    Children receive intensive instruction in language, self-care, social skills, academics and decision making. Through early intervention, children have a higher chance of succeeding in mainstream education, obtaining a career and fully participating in their families and communities.

    • Implement skill acquisition and behavior programs and file, organize, and create teaching materials.
    • Conduct individual teaching sessions for each child as assigned.
    • Filing, organizing, and creating teaching materials
    • Collect data for each child’s performance on a daily basis.
    • Graph all data as assigned.
    • Assist in ensuring cleanliness and orderliness of the Quest Kids classrooms.
    • Implement individual teaching programs, and reduction procedures, when requested.
    • Design elements of validation and reduction programs, ensuring links with support plans.
    • Train staff on skill acquisition and reduction programs as requested.
    • Monitor the implementation and success of validation and behavior reduction programs.
    • Enter monthly notes for validation programs and reduction programs in the consumer database.
    • Conduct elements of behavioral assessments as requested.
    • Each month, enter elements of ATF data as requested.
    • Adhere to all Quest policies and procedures.
    • Perform all other duties and special projects as requested.



    • Eligible to legally work in the United States
    • Be at least 18 years of age
    • Successfully complete a background check and drug screen
    • Ability to read, write, and speak English
    • Ability to thrive in a team environment
    • Valid FL Driver’s License with a clean driving record
    • Ability to provide proof of educational achievement or required certifications



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