Hot, New Job! School Based SLP – Crystal Lake, IL

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply

Looking for a new step in your career as a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist?

This position has it all:  a seasoned staff of therapists, wide variety of dx in caseload, children between the ages of 3-10 and plenty of opportunity for growth as a therapist as well as your chance to further develop your leadership skills.  The position will begin January 15, 2018.  A therapist is needed who has 1-2 years of experience in pediatrics (medical, school, EI are all fair game).  You’ll work approximately 40 hours/wk in a pediatric outpatient setting.  We offer a competitive salary with benefits and a bonus program.

*  school based with some after school hours in the clinic

*  full time/40 hours a week
*  CCCs preferred
*  Variety of diagnoses/majority of the kids have sensory needs/some neuro/some very involved kids
*  some after school hours in the clinic

We are seeking someone with strong interpersonal skills and leadership qualities.

Qualifications: Must hold appropriate Degree in Communications Sciences Disorders or or Speech Language Pathology, and a current state license (or be eligible for same).

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply


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Hot, New Job: Pediatric PT – Indianapolis, IN

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply

We are searching for a physical therapist to work in a brand new pediatric outpatient clinic setting located in the northwest suburbs of Indianapolis.  This is a part-time position that can lead to full-time work. If the therapist desires a full-time schedule, it will take approximately 3 months to build the caseload.  In addition to the clinic work, the therapist may also provide some related school-based services.

*  Salaried position with benefits
*  Opportunity to work with clinicians in other modalities
*  On-going training for staff therapists
*  Flexible scheduling
*  Treatment options:
– Therapeutic exercise
– Caregiver/patient education
– Functional mobility training
– Manual therapy techniques
– Stretching/manual range of motion exercises
– Proprioception/balance training
– Splinting/taping techniques
– A creative, fun, skilled approach to addressing strength and coordination deficits.

Qualifications: Must hold a Bachelor’s Degree (or higher) in Physical Therapy and a current state license (or be eligible for same).

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Fine Motor Strength Foil Activity

[Source: The OT Toolbox]

Strength in the hand muscles is a fine motor skill that is necessary for so many tasks. Strength in the intrinsic muscles of the hands allow for a curved palm which is used for cupping the palm in order to hold items such as coins or beads.

The intrinsic muscles are needed for pencil grasp and arch development, as well as endurance in tasks like writing and coloring. This foil activity is a fun way to develop the intrinsic hand muscles and improve fine motor strength.

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Hot, New Job! School Psychologist – Everett, WA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply

PediaStaff has a need for a wonderful School Psychologist north of Everett for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year. Opportunities are available to work with children from age 3 to 21, depending on the therapist’s comfort level. New graduate candidates can be considered if they have strong school fieldwork experience. This is an amazing location with Puget Sound to the west, the mountains to the east, the city of Seattle to the South and Canada to the North!

* Location is north of Everett about 40 minutes north of Seattle
* Caseload would be students from K-12
* Come join a wonderful team environment
* Beautiful small town close to all of the outdoor recreation that Washington is known for and perfect location for weekend trips to Seattle.
* Great hourly pay rates based on your experience, plus benefits

Qualifications: Must hold at least a Master’s or Specialty Degree in School Psychology and be eligible for certification in Washington. Must have ESA certification.

PediaStaff, Inc. offers flexible staffing solutions for pediatric and educational based settings.   Our expertise is backed by excellent hourly rates and per diem offered based upon IRS eligibility.  Additional benefits for full-time contractors include: nationally recognized medical insurance, 401K with matching employer contributions, generous relocation and continuing education assistance, optional summer pay program, and reimbursement for state licensure and/or teacher certifications.

PediaStaff, Inc. provides 24/7-telephone support during your contract assignment – you are not alone when you are on assignment with us.  In addition, we provide Clinical Resource Therapists to assist our therapists in managing their caseloads effectively. Our Clinical Resource Therapists are experienced clinicians who have excelled within their profession and are able to help you succeed.  Respond now and learn how YOU can join our team!   Your privacy and confidentiality are always assured, and new graduates are encouraged to apply.

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SLP Corner: You Say…At the Holidays Freebie

[Source:  Activity Tailor]

One of the most unnerving parent things I’ve done is teach a child to drive. You are suddenly aware of all the hazards you could hit (cones, curbs, pedestrians) as well as all of those that could hit you (crazy minivan mom, other new drivers near the high school).  I found myself talking in a constant stream of consciousness, “I’m watching that car at the next intersection and checking that they don’t pull out suddenly. I’m thinking we should get over a lane so we can take the next left at the light. I can see that the vehicles ahead have their brake lights on so I’m anticipating we’ll need to start slowing down too….”

Of course when you start, you start in a parking lot so they can get acclimated to what’s going on and get a feel for what it’s like. Then you head out on less trafficked roads. The highway comes quite a bit later.

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