Clinical Directors

Volunteer Professionals

Clinical Directors are volunteer professionals who are responsible for working with Special Olympics Arizona to identify and schedule the best opportunity to provide Healthy Athletes screenings based on local needs and resources and identify and train health volunteers to work in specific health disciplines.

WHO IS A CLINICAL DIRECTOR?

  • Licensed Professional
  • Proven Interest of Service
  • Member or Active in Local/ State/ National Professional Organization
  • Geographic Accessibility to Program Activities
  • Demonstrated Leadership Abilities
  • Volunteer Commitment of 3 Years for Program Clinical Director

ROLE OF A CLINICAL DIRECTOR

  • Attend a Healthy Athletes event to be trained by the current discipline-specific Regional Trainer
  • Work with Special Olympics Arizona to gather appropriate equipment, supplies, and educational materials for the Healthy Athletes Screening
  • Recruit and train volunteers
  • Work with other Healthy Athletes Clinical Directors for coordination on Healthy Athletes event
  • Supervise and direct the Healthy Athletes Screening
  • Evaluate the event/ Adjust accordingly to Special Olympics Arizona specific needs
  • Acquire discipline-specific resources for follow up care and treatment
  • Continue to seek opportunities and partnerships for Special Olympics Arizona Health Programs

Interested in becoming a Clinical Director?

Email Gianna@SpecialOlympicsArizona.org.

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