Physical and Health Impairments

Special Education Teacher: Physical and Health Impairments (PHI)

The Physical and Health Impairments Specialist are responsible with the educational interventions or evaluation for students who have a physical or medical diagnosis or have experienced traumatic brain injury. they conduct assessments, provide instruction, and special education related services to individuals with a primary disability of orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, multiple disabilities and autism spectrum disorders within the disability area.

WE CARE FOR OUR Physical and Health Impairments (PHI) SPECIALIST

We know how much you put into your job, as being a teacher of children with special needs can be challenging while it can be physically and emotionally draining to help students with mental and physical disabilities it can also be extremely satisfying, it is rewarding to help and see them progress and succeed. At Shalom Staffing, we want to give you the benefits and rewards that you deserve, we strive to get to know you and your desires to successfully match you with the best available special education job opportunity. Shalom Staffing has career opportunities across the country for special education teachers.

Physical and Health Impairments (PHI) Specialist Job Description

Physical and Health Impairments (PHI) Specialist Teaches subjects to physically impaired students, adapting teaching techniques and methods of instruction to meet individual needs of students in schools, hospitals, and students’ homes. They Plans curriculum and prepares lessons and other materials, considering factors, such as individual needs, abilities, learning levels, and physical limitations of students. PHI specialist Instructs students with observable orthopedic impairments, as well as those with internal impairment, such as heart condition. They Confers with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social worker, and others to develop educational program for student and Devises special teaching tools, techniques, and equipment

The first important step in meeting these needs is for the PHI teacher to learn as much as possible from assessments and professionals about the student’s limitations as well as capabilities. The teacher should inform the other students in the general education classroom of the student’s limitations and capabilities, and the teacher should make any necessary changes in classroom routine