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National Therapy Center is a family oriented practice specializing in the evaluation and treatment of pediatric speech and language and motor disorders, learning differences, developmental delays, and behavioral challenges. National Therapy Center has been in business for over 30 years, and we have two locations in Maryland and one in the District of Columbia. National Speech serves a varied population of children including those with, but not limited to: apraxia of speech, speech/language disorders related to autism, feeding issues, and fluency issues.
National Therapy Center is looking for full time speech language pathologists for our Washington, DC (Capitol Hill) location. Services will be provided in our clinic as well as in homes, child care centers, and private/parochial schools, The speech language pathologist will be responsible for:
Speech language pathologists with AAC experience, experience with children with ASD, and/or those with early intervention experience encouraged to apply. National Speech is always looking for speech language pathologists who are bilingual, too. Applicant must be licensed in the District of Columbia.
Competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and benefit package including:
Applicants should submit resume and cover letter.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $0.00 per hour
National Therapy Center is looking for energetic and responsible individuals who will make a difference in the lives of special needs children, young adults, and their families.
Full-time and part time positions for candidates are available in Montgomery County, MD.
Please submit a resume with a cover letter clearly indicating RBT certificate number.
Responsibilities and Duties:
The RBT will be responsible for implementing behavior intervention plans, academic programming, social skills development, collecting data, and more. The RBT will work in the home with the child 1:1 for 1-2 hours at a time and teach skills such as toilet training, feeding, communication, etc. and will help reduce their challenging behaviors in order to help clients and their families reach their full potential. All programs will be designed and maintained by a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst). Registered Behavior Technicians will receive ongoing training and supervision throughout the course of employment.
This position will require commuting between client locations.
This is a great opportunity to get into the field of Applied Behavior Analysis with a growing company with advancement opportunities. We will also provide ongoing supervision and hours for those looking to advance in the field and become a BCaBA or BCBA.
Qualifications and Skills:
We prefer candidates have:
We require candidates to:
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $19.00 – $26.00 per hour
COVID-19 considerations: In order to ensure the health and safety of our team members, we supply all necessary PPE and require a health screening of all clients and family members prior to the start of each appointment.
RBTs enrolled in coursework pursuing BCaBA/BCBA certification are provided opportunities to accrue restricted & unrestricted experience hours through a structured supervision program created by our experienced BCBAs.
National Therapy Center is an affiliate of many local universities and accepts student interns in their last year of graduate programs. We have long-standing relationships with several leading colleges and universities in the DMV area, including: Gallaudet, University of the District of Columbia, Howard University, The George Washington, University of Maryland, and The Chicago School.
National Therapy Center has working relationships with several colleges and universities, including the Chicago School of Professional Psychology-DC campus. National Therapy Center offers a competitive annual professional development opportunity and tuition reimbursement program for eligible members of our ABA team, including RBTs and BCBAs.
Our staff has frequent opportunities to participate as part of a multi-disciplinary team with clients that receive multiple services with us, allowing for easier coordination of care and the opportunity to learn and collaborate with other professionals.
Our ABA program also has an internship program that allows RBTs who are accruing experience hours with us towards their BCBA/BCaBA to participate in a structured supervision program that includes activities outside of their direct service hours. In addition to the structured supervision program, the National Therapy Center also provides specific activities related to current clients’ programs.
National Therapy Center with offices in Montgomery County, MD, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia is seeking BCBAs to join our team. The interdisciplinary approach among SLPs, OTs, and BCBAs provides a unique and supportive opportunity for BCBAs to join the growing department.
Full-time positions open in Montgomery County, MD, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia, VA. Candidates who recently sat for the BCBA exam and who are awaiting certification are encouraged to apply as well as those candidates with prior BCBA experience. Experienced candidates encouraged to apply as the position has the potential to develop into a Regional Director position.
Provide clinical oversight of behavioral services for individuals with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder or other exceptionalities. Clients will vary in age from young children to adolescents.
Essential Job Functions:
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Salary commensurate with experience; excellent benefits and sign-on bonus available or funds toward relocation costs
Pay: $50.00 – $80.00 per hour
National Therapy Center is a family oriented practice specializing in the evaluation and treatment of pediatric speech and language and motor disorders, learning differences, developmental delays, and behavioral challenges. National Therapy Center has been in business for over 25 years, and we have two locations in Maryland and one in the District of Columbia.
National Therapy Center is looking for a full time and/or part time occupational therapist for our Washington, DC (Capitol Hill) location.
The occupational therapist will be responsible for:
Occupational therapists who have experience with children with ASD, and/or those with early intervention experience strongly encouraged to apply. National Therapy Center is always looking for occupational therapists who are bilingual, too. Applicant must have state licensure or be willing to obtain licensure.
Competitive salary and benefit package including:
Job Type: Part Time or Full Time
Job Type: Part-time
Pay: From $50.00 per hour
We accept a limited number of Clinical Fellows (CFY) each year. Priority is given to candidates who interned with our program during their graduate training. CFs are provided with excellent supervision and opportunities for advancement.
National Therapy Center has working relationships with several colleges and universities including The Chicago School of Professional Psychology-DC campus. National Therapy Center offers a competitive annual professional development opportunity and tuition reimbursement program for eligible members of our ABA team including RBTs and BCBAs.
The team has frequent opportunities to participate as part of a multi-disciplinary team with some clients receiving multiple services with us, allowing for easier coordination of care and the opportunity to learn and collaborate with other professionals.
Our therapists are encouraged to join a Clinical Practice Area if interested to deepen their knowledge and experience in one or more specialties. Some of our therapists choose this option while others continue to develop a broader set of skills and experiences as a Generalist.
These Clinical Practice Areas are terrific ways for therapists to meet and network with other professionals in their specialty, as well as to earn additional financial assistance for training and CEUs. As part of our commitment to our community, as our therapists advance in their Practice Area, National Therapy Center donates to the community charity of their choice. We also offer several opportunities to continue their professional development through professional training, conferences, in-office trainings and regular staff meetings.
We have relationships with many of the colleges and universities in the area for internships and continuing education.
“La Clínica Bilingüe trabaja para aumentar el acceso al servicio y la calidad de la atención para los niños bilingües y sus familias en la comunidad local. La clínica incorpora equidad e inclusión en las sesiones de terapia y proporciona materiales y recursos educativos a familias y profesionales. Además, la Clínica Bilingüe aboga firmemente por preservar la diversidad lingüística de nuestros clientes y cultivar la conciencia en las comunidades multiculturales sobre los beneficios cognitivos y sociales del bilingüismo.
La terapia del habla bilingüe brinda la oportunidad a los niños que hablan dos o más idiomas de concentrarse en mejorar sus retrasos en el habla y el lenguaje, no en los errores comunes que son una parte natural del desarrollo del segundo idioma. Los sonidos del habla y las reglas del lenguaje varían según los idiomas, por lo que la terapeuta identificará los procesos compartidos del habla y del lenguaje en inglés y español, para discernir cuáles son los errores naturales o atípicos del segundo idioma.
Los terapeutas se centran en la prestación de servicios equitativa y están capacitados para reconocer los prejuicios culturales durante las evaluaciones y tener en cuenta qué información podría ser desconocida según sus sus antecedentes. Los terapeutas utilizan prácticas basadas en la evidencia para niños bilingües durante el tratamiento en el idioma que usan con más frecuencia y al que están expuestos. Los padres reciben herramientas y estrategias vitales, en su idioma nativo, y están capacitados para continuar apoyando el desarrollo de la comunicación del habla y el lenguaje de sus hijos.”
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