Hot Jobs: EI SLPs Amador, Calaveras and Tuolomne Counties, CA

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Now hiring therapists for early intervention services in a home-based environment in Amador, Tuolumne, and Calaveras Counties.  We are seeking an experienced Speech Language Therapist to provide services on a part time basis for our home based program.   This position could potentially grow to full time.  Feeding/swallowing experience is favored but not required. Must have CCC’s.

Position is pay per visit on an independent contractor basis.  Experience and a comfort level working with the birth to three population is required.

 Qualifications: Must hold a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology or Communication Disorders; a current state license (or eligible) if applicable.

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Hot Job: Pediatric EI Occupational Therapist – Fayetteville, NC

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We are searching for a pediatric experienced Occupational Therapist to provide therapy services in natural setting (Birth to 3)  in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and surrounding.  You will be paid for Early Intervention work on a per treatment basis as an independent contractor.  This is a full caseload.  You are paid for treatments rendered at 50.00 per visit. 


This opportunity is best suited to the self-starting, independent thinker. It’s for the therapist who enjoys charting his/her own destiny and impacting children and families in a positive way—making a difference in the health of a child. Company Sponsored Medical Benefits are not available at this time.

Qualifications: Must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy; a current state license (or eligible).

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Social Skills And ADHD

[Source: North Shore Pediatrics]

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Many children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) exhibit significant concerns with regard to their social and emotional functioning.  Research has indicated that there is a high correlation between children who have ADHD and their social skills.  What is important to understand is that many of these children do not have specific social deficits (such as those often associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder); however, the issues with impulsivity and attention to detail impact the social success of the child.

Children with impulse control issues and inattention are often at risk for social concerns because of the impact that these issues have on the child’s socialization.  Oftentimes the children have difficulty ‘putting the brakes on’ when playing with peers and struggle with regulating behavior.  The other children might become upset and shy away in future social events.  These children are also at risk for missing social cues when engaging peers which might lead to rejection or neglect in future interactions.

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Book Review: A New Friend for Marmalade

[Source: Play on Words]

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This newest PAL Award winner for 2015, provides so many opportunities for language learning. A tale about friendship and acceptance,  the story teaches us that we can be friends with those who don’t necessarily do thinbgs the way we do. Annoyance turns to acceptance.

Ella, Maddy and their little cat, Marmalade, are best friends busily carrying out several creative projects, building a playhouse in the sandbox and creating a sandcastle city, when they are interrupted by Toby. Walls, towers, rivers and moats were constructed only to be destroyed as the little boy from across the street came flying through with his cape and scooter.In his attempt to help the girls, Toby offered to fill the moat as “the lawn erupted

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Pediatric Outpatient Occupational Therapist – Fayetteville, AR

fayetteville2An experienced Pediatric Occupational Therapist is needed to join our professional team in the Fayetteville area, providing quality year round services to a wonderful population of children in a daycare and outpatient clinic setting.  Join this “not-for-profit” organization with multiple facilities across the western part of Arkansas!  You would be scheduled for up to 22 units per day.  Your work schedule would have some flexibility with completing up to 40 hours per week. NO travel involved…you would work at your facility only. This is a “SALARIED” position….NOT “hourly”….so you don’t have to worry about No-Shows, Cancellations, etc.

Qualifications: Must hold a minimum of an Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy; a current Arkansas License or be eligible for one.  Pediatric experience required for this position!

COMPANY BENEFITS and SALARY: Robust medical insurance with options.   Relocation assistance is provided for those candidates who qualify.  Parents can receive reduced cost of daycare at their facility. Company therapist say that they really enjoy having a flexible schedule, having the ability to set their own treatment schedule, and working with autonomy!  Salary will be determined during the interview process. 

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