Program by Deaf Litercy Initiative
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  • handle cashExamples
    • collect money from clients and make change
    • purchase supplies using cash and credit cards
  • track small budgets and record expensesExample
    • track purchases of supplies, travel and assistive devices
  • compare monthly contact hours to standards to see if they meet minimum requirements
  • use common household measuring tools when teaching skills for daily living

  • calculate amounts for expense claims
  • collect and analyze assessment data such as test marks and ratings
  • estimate times for learning and rehabilitation programsExamples
    • estimate times needed to complete different parts of a program
    • estimate lengths of time clients will need to be in programs to reach goals

  • create schedules of the instructional programExamples
    • create annual, monthly, and weekly schedules to guide the time for instruction
    • change schedules to allow extra time for instruction for clients having difficulty
  • figure out and analyze statistics for program operationExamples
    • figure out daily and monthly averages of individual sessions
    • record service days taken and clients referred
    • track changes in numbers of client contact hours for assessment, instruction, coaching, counselling and job placement activities