Houston Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Nursing Jobs

According to recent statistics, the Houston area is struggling with an ongoing nursing shortage of 4,000 to 5,000 full-time RNs, meaning that nursing jobs need to be filled quickly. On top of this, the Texas Board of Nursing reports that nearly 3,000 hospital beds are in the process of being added to the Houston market, so demand for nurses will be even greater soon, especially those with experience. Houston is home of the famous Texas Medical Center, and its largest hospital is The Methodist Hospital.

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Home Coordinator Working with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Fresno, TX
6/2/2020
Working with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Support Manager Working with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Sugar Land, TX
6/2/2020
Working with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) - Contract Employee Working with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Sugar Land, TX
5/29/2020
Working with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Our company provides care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their…...
Assistant Professor - Psychology Works with the medical team on emergency behavioral stabilization for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in an inpatient setting....
Houston, TX
5/25/2020
Works with the medical team on emergency behavioral stabilization for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in an inpatient setting....
RN Our company provides support and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enable them to lead their unique lives with dignity,…...
Sugar Land, TX
5/19/2020
Our company provides support and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enable them to lead their unique lives with dignity,…...
Direct Care Specialist (Full-Time) Minimum of one year experience in working with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities or similar conditions is required....
Houston, TX
9/12/2019
Minimum of one year experience in working with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities or similar conditions is required....
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Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Nursing

Intellectual and developmental disabilities nurses care for patients that have mental, physical or behavioral disabilities, including autism, Aspergers syndrome, Retts syndrome and more. Intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) nurses may help patients with speaking or other communication skills, eating, controlling bodily functions, becoming independently mobile and more. The major organization for intellectual and developmental disabilities nursing, the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association (DDNA) maintains the Registered Nurse Certification in Developmental Disabilities Nursing (CDDN). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses. The median registered nurse salary is $62,450.

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