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Speech-Language-Pathologist, CFY, Speech-Language-Pathologist-Aid Requirements:

  • A minimum of Bachelor’s degree
  • A minimum of 2 years experience with the pediatric population

Your tasks will vary depending on your client and the nature of the problem. However, you’ll typically need to:

  • identify the speech and communication difficulty or disorder;
  • assess the cause and nature of the problem;
  • devise and deliver a suitable treatment plan, working on a one-to-one basis or in groups or co-treat;
  • review and revise the program/treatment plan as appropriate;
  • monitor and evaluate your clients’ progress;
  • write confidential SOAPs and reports;
  • manage a caseload while taking into account priority cases, waiting lists, successful outcomes, referral and discharge of service users;
  • work within a team to improve the effectiveness of service delivery
  • make appropriate referrals when necessary

At a more senior level, you’ll need to:

  • conduct personal development reviews with colleagues;
  • support newly qualified SLPs and speech and SLPAs;
  • plan and deliver training sessions;
  • undertake clinical audit;
  • System advancements and CEU involvements;
  • participate in research projects

Occupational Therapist Requirements:

  • A minimum of Master’s degree
  • A minimum of 1 year experience with the pediatric population

Your tasks will vary depending on your client and the nature of the problem. However, you’ll typically need to:

  • identify the speech and communication difficulty or disorder;
  • assess the cause and nature of the problem;
  • devise and deliver a suitable treatment plan, sensory diet, working on a one-to-one basis or in groups or co-treat;
  • review and revise the program/treatment plan as appropriate;
  • monitor and evaluate your clients’ progress;
  • write confidential SOAPs and reports;
  • manage a caseload while taking into account priority cases, waiting lists, successful outcomes, referral and discharge of service users;
  • work within a team to improve the effectiveness of service delivery
  • make appropriate referrals when necessary

At a more senior level, you’ll need to:

  • conduct personal development reviews with colleagues;
  • support newly qualified OTs and speech and COTAs;
  • plan and deliver training sessions;
  • undertake clinical audit;
  • System advancements and CEU involvements;
  • participate in research projects

BCBA Responsibilities:

  • The BCBA will be responsible for conducting intake assessments and developing treatment plans for behavior therapy patients.
  • The BCBA will be responsible for assessments and possible diagnosis of autism and/or other pervasive developmental disorders.
  • The BCBA will work amongst an integrated team of professions including but not limited to speech therapists, occupational therapists, MFT, ABA therapists, school staff etc.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director is responsible to maximize every contract and oversee contract fulfillment in all cases.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will administer assessments for clients and will be responsible for writing clear and relevant goals for client development.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will be the team leader working successfully with parents, guardians, students, behavior therapist, case managers, and CSH directors to ensure the client’s goals are met on a monthly basis.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will model and train appropriate teaching strategies to therapist, parents, and guardians.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will provide consultation to parents, guardians, IEP team, and behavior therapist in order to help develop skills for the child’s ongoing success.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will be available to respond to communications regarding client or company related issues.
  • The BCBA-Clinical Director will be responsible for client progress reports with recommendations for future goals.

Qualifications :

  • Masters Degree in psychology or other related field from an accredited university
  • Current certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in the design and implementation of behavioral intervention services

ABA Therapist Responsibilities:

  • Serve as primary interventionist in the education/treatment of children with autism, ADHD, Downs Syndrome, behavioral and academic challenges.
  • Implement treatment plans to support acquisition of social, communication, academic and daily living skills.
  • Assist with assessment and implementation of behavior management plans; record and help analyze data on a daily basis.
  • Participate in group and individualized training meetings on a regular basis.

Qualifications:

  • Energetic, animated, and outgoing, with a passion for helping children achieve their true potential.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, self-motivated, creative, and dependable.
  • Comfortable working with children who display behavior challenges.
  • Completion of one year experience in the special needs field.
  • Reliable transportation and a valid driver license.