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ABA Therapist / Behavior Technician (RBT)
Job Type: Part-time
Proving ABA services to children with autism and related disorders
Implementation of Behavior Plans and Strategies
Implementation of Discrete Trial Training and individualized programming including: social skills, daily living/ self-help skills and communication skills
Graphing and maintaining daily data collection
Knowledge of PECS and ABA standards is preferred
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
In-home and/or Center-based ABA services
After-school hours and weekends
1 year experience working with children 2 - 12 years old with autism or related disorders in an ABA Program is preferred
Associate’s Degree; Bachelor’s Degree is preferred
Dedicated to improving the overall quality of life for children affected by autism
Takes initiative and comfortable working in a 1:1 setting
Punctual, effective communication, and reliable
Strong organizational skills with good attention to detail
Maintains professionalism with children and staff
Accurate data collection while conducting sessions
Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP)
Job Type: Part-time
Prepare all documentation / assessments in a timely manner
Maintain individual session notes and data on SLP goals and objectives
Work with direct care staff and parents on caring over communicative strategies to home and community settings.
Identification and treatment of children for (but not limited to) speech, autism spectrum disorders, dysphagia, cognition and voice
Work with and program for non-verbal individuals accessing augmentative communication devices ( low / high tech)
Maintain a consistent part-time work schedule including all appointments and meetings
Solid work history
Licensed Speech Therapist in the State of Connecticut- in good standing
Professional Educator Certified in the State of Connecticut
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Job Type: Part-time with potential for growth.
Development of individualized treatment plans for individuals diagnosed with autism.
Development of programming and services based on the principles of ABA, including behavior intervention plans, social skills, functional communication training, and daily living skills.
Conducting functional behavior assessments and skill assessments.
Services are provided in a variety of settings including: natural context of the child’s home, school, center-based and/or other community settings.
Supervisions of ABA therapists on assigned caseloads to ensure fidelity and consistence in implementation of programming.
Training to parents, ABA therapist and / or school staff
Providing 1-on-1 services to individuals as needed
BCBA will report directly to the Clinical Director
Masters Degree in related field
Strength in the application of ABA techniques
Strong communication with parents and staff in explaining ABA techniques
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Dedicated, with strong time management skills
Pays closes attention to detail and is punctual
A natural leader with the ability to think outside of the box
Experience working within the home setting / public school setting: 2 years