At Over the Rainbow you will have the opportunity to empower families and work directly with children of all abilities by enhancing their strengths, building their skills and creating solutions through partnerships with a multidisciplinary team.
Creative and ambitious SLP Assistants interested in working collaboratively primarily with the SLP, but also other team members including Occupational Therapists, Psychology, Behaviour Consultants, Physiotherapists and RDI consultants. The SLP A will be assigned to multiple families and will support the delivery of specialized services at home and in the community contexts. Flexibility and ability to collaborate and coordinate services is essential.
Responsibilities include facilitating goals and objectives on the child’s individual service plans, enhancing family capacity, and collaborating with clinicians.
Engaging children using a play based approach in helping meet the goals that the parents and team set on the service plan.
Developing resources such as social stories, visuals, games or scripts.
Flexibility and ability to collaborate and coordinate services is essential.
To gain individual mentoring from master clinicians including Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, , Physical Therapists, Relationship Development Interventionists and Clinical Psychologists.
To enhance personal growth and gain clinical development experience for those wishing to work in the field of pediatrics.
To integrate your learning with cutting edge rehabilitative practice.
Immediately. Part time work available only with flexible hours. Hours dependent on family/child availability from Monday to Saturday.