Plan and implement naturalistic speech therapy for young children ages 2-7 years old in a center-based setting
Conduct multidisciplinary assessments and create treatment plans in coordination with other clinical specialties (ABA, OT, psychology)
Develop communication interventions for young clients, including but not limited to AAC devices, to support client communication
Learn a play-based form of therapy. You’ll be trained in the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), an evidence-based model of therapy for young children with ASD
Be a part of an interdisciplinary care team, specifically collaborating with ABA, occupational therapy, and mental health services to plan and implement effective programs for young kids, including co-treatments with the occupational therapy team
Coach and mentor a team of staff to effectively translate speech goals into their therapy, and support their career growth and progression
Monitor client progress, update treatment plans and goals, and communicate needed changes to team members and families
Partner with client families to develop goals, build relationships, communicate progress, and coach and support them in their journey
Desire to be a part of an organization working to advance the standard of autism therapy.
Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from an accredited program.
License to practice speech pathology in the State of Colorado.
3+ years as a practicing Speech Language Pathologist.
Have experience with AAC.
Embody a playful spirit and the ability to connect and engage with young children
Clear professional communication, both verbally and in writing
Fluency in navigating devices such as computers and tablets
SALARY, BENEFITS & PERKS
Salary of $70,000- $80,000 a year
Implement a unique model of therapy! Learn a play-based form of therapy for young kids, the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM).
Receive trainings and continuing education, and work with national experts on ESDM implementation. Soar also covers the cost of ESDM certification for interested clinicians.
A focus on AAC. We focus on utilizing all forms of AAC to support client communication.
Small caseloads and center-based environment. You’ll have a caseload of 12-15 children, all sessions in the center, reasonable productivity requirements, and regular office hours Monday-Friday.
Real multidisciplinary collaboration! Work closely with ABA, OT, psychology, and/or LPCs in our center via client overlaps and weekly interdisciplinary care meetings.
A mission deeply focused on care quality for kids. We are a local Colorado organization deeply committed to advancing the standard of care for young kids with autism, via high-quality, ethical services to their families.
A culture that cares about you! Shout outs, boo yahs, and staff appreciations for your hard work.
Great company benefits!
Quality medical ($0 deductible), dental, and vision plans.
A company 401K with company contribution.
9 company holidays plus 15 additional days off.
A “Time for You” program to take extra time off work when you need it.
Short term disability for all staff covered by Soar
Opportunities to grow your career in a growing organization: multiple opportunities and avenues for career advancement as a clinician.