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Physical Therapist
Aquatic-N-Writing Rehab
Aquatic-N-Writing Rehab is a home health pediatric company with a focus on clients/students with developmental disabilities. We are based in West Phoenix however have job opportunities throughout the valley in the home and school treatment setting. We are looking for a compassionate, forward-thinking Physical Therapist with a passion for working with the pediatric population. If you love the high energy rewarding area of pediatrics, we're interested in speaking with you.

Exercise independent judgment based on experience to implement effective treatment combinations
Comply with federal and state physical therapy regulations
Evaluate and report on patients' progress
Devise detailed treatment and care plans for each of the clients/students
Treat clients/students in the home/school
Communicate and coordinate with client/student, family, IFSP/IEP team to ensure a consistent level of care
Physical Therapist skills:
Excellent work ethic and dedication to client/student success
Basic computer skills
Pediatric experience a plus however not required
CPR, first aid, and article IX certification needed, will reimburse for cost
Valid Arizona state Physical Therapist license
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract

Speech Language Therapist & SLP Assistant
UCP of Central Florida Charter School
Job Summary:
The charter speech therapist & SLP assistant is responsible for providing direct therapy services to UCP of Central Florida (UCP) students according to all local, state, and federal regulations. The charter speech therapist & SLP Assistant reports to the school principal at each campus where services are rendered. The speech therapist & SLP Assistant ensures all students under her/his care caseload receive a high-quality therapy program by optimizing each student’s abilities.

Job Responsibilities:
Submits accurate and timely tracking logs on a weekly basis according to UCP guidelines.
Provides and monitors client coverage and turns in revised schedules on a weekly basis.
Ensures compliance of UCP Confidentiality and FERPA procedures for all client files and information on therapist caseload.
Effectively applies and adapts therapy sessions according to student’s needs and established goals. This includes recognizing when the patient has received optimal benefit from therapy services.
Collects data on student achievement for the purpose of documenting activities, preparing reports and/or updating Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and/or daily notes
Assists in trialing and obtaining assistive devices or equipment for individual students through purchase or loans for use at UCP and at home.
Consults with speech/language pathologist, teachers, etc. for the purpose of developing plans for services.
Writes accurate and completes daily progress notes at the end of each session using UCP format, and update accountability forms at the end of each session as needed.
Attends Monthly Campus Therapy team meeting, SLPA meetings, and any other required meetings.
Performs before and/or after school duties as needed.
Occupational Therapist
UCP of Central Florida
Client’s Care:
Selects, conducts, and implements appropriate and effective therapy evaluations, re-evaluations, and therapy sessions/interventions.
Interprets evaluative data and establish measurable goals.
Applies and adapts therapy sessions according to clients’ needs and established goals. Recognizes when patient has received optimal benefit from therapy services.
Meets productivity according to annual goal.
Collaborates with education staff to facilitate incorporation of clients' therapy goals into classroom activities, when applicable.
Participates in multi-disciplinary planning with staff members (other therapy disciplines, education, nursing, etc).
Assesses client needs and makes recommendations for splints, orthotics, assistive technology devices and/or equipment when applicable.
Measures, orders and/or fabricates splints, orthotics, assistive devices, or equipment when applicable.
Assesses other equipment needs and make recommendations.
Working with Parents:
Provides parent consultations and instructions for home programs.
Coordinates equipment loans for home use, such as: seating devices, balls, bolsters, adaptive utensils, etc.
Speaks to parent groups and provide educational materials.
Generates monthly parent therapy notes for medical clients according to agency guidelines.
Client’s Records:
Documents and completes accurate daily progress notes at the end of each session according to UCP guidelines.
Reports accountability data according to agency guidelines. 75% of caseload should achieve 75% of their individual goals per year.
Documents care plans, Part C/Early Step reports, assistive technology reports, equipment recommendations, discharge notes, and school reports according to agency guidelines.
Documents evaluations, re-evaluations, and addendums and turn them in according to UCP guidelines.
Completes daily super bill per site and turns it in before the end of each workday.
Physical Therapist
Joliet easterseals
Do you have a passion for working with children? Easterseals Joliet Region, Inc is seeking a Pediatric Physical Therapist to join our team. This is a school-based position with no evenings or weekends and part-time hours during the summer with full salary pay. We are committed to your success by offering flexible scheduling, mentoring, team meetings, and professional development opportunities. Our employees are eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Join our team to make a positive impact on the lives of children in our community (and enjoy your reduced summer hours, evenings and weekends off)!
Physical Therapist (Maternity Coverage)
The Center for Discovery
Base Pay
$84701.76 - $121630.08 / Year
The Position: We’re looking for a Physical Therapist with an energetic, enthusiastic, flexible demeanor.

§ The Center offers the opportunity to be part of a team (regardless of experience), supported and mentored by experienced clinicians.

§ Design and implement physical therapy programs to help each individual develop to their fullest potential.

§ Use innovative and creative techniques to enhance the function and quality of life of the individuals that we treat.

§ Participate as an active member of the trans-disciplinary team involved in the comprehensive intervention program for each individual.

§ Instruct and share programmatic information with Center staff as well as other medical professionals

§ Unique opportunities for participation in ongoing research or development of projects in areas of interest

Job Type: Temporary

Education: Bachelor /Masters/Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Licensure: Registration or eligibility in the State of New York in accordance with public licensure requirements established by the Education Law for professional practice as a Physical Therapist.
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