The Children's Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies in downtown Glendale is looking for a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA) to join our team for the new school year starting in August 2021. We are a small non-profit private school that serves children with Autism and other Developmental Delays. The role will treat children with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders under the supervision of a certified Speech Language Pathologist. We are looking for a person who would work on-site, Monday – Friday, from approximately 9:00 to 2:30 pm. This is a great opportunity to work with a great team who specializes in helping and developing special needs students. The Children’s Center has been recognized as a “School of Excellence” by the National Society of Special Education Teachers.
Duties include: Administering therapy and following treatment plans for speech disorders, assisting in implementing standardized tests for accurate diagnosis of communication disorders, working with teachers, parents, and districts on therapies to support IEPs, assist in establishing treatment milestones for students, documenting, and storing treatment plans and progress reports, researching related speech and language problems, providing therapies, etc.
Requirements: Must have an associate degree or higher and a valid SLPA License. Must have a current Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card, must pass a background clearance check, CPR/First Aid card, Arizona State Driver’s license, able to pass a drug test, have three written letters of reference, and be willing to get training on “Crisis Prevention and Intervention” (we can assist training).