Positive Steps Therapy is a multi-disciplinary practice that offers pediatric outpatient therapy services for children from birth through twenty-one years of age. We are also a provider for county-based early intervention, for children ages birth to three years of age. Our mission is to enable children to maximize their potential by top providing quality occupational therapy and physical therapy, and speech-language pathology services to the pediatric population in a family-friendly, play-based environment.
We are seeking Speech Language Pathologists to join us part-time (approximately 20 hours per week) at our newest pediatric outpatient center, opening Summer 2019 in Washington, PA.
Come and join our comprehensive team of talented speech-language pathologists, where you will enjoy competitive pay, flexible schedules, collaboration with other professionals, and the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with parents and caregivers. We pride ourselves on our successful mentorship program and the opportunity to offer extensive learning opportunities to both our employees and our clinical students.
The Theraplay Family of Companies now includes Austill's Educational Therapy Services, Positive Steps Therapy, AOT, Inc., the Children's Therapy Center, and Fleming Therapy Services. This allows us to work with children, to help them maximize their potential, in over 25 pediatric outpatient centers, in schools, and in homes throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Northern Virginia. We at Theraplay are looking forward to continuing to grow our geographic reach, furthering our mission to maximize each child's potential through functional play-based therapies. This is why we hire exceptional therapists to provide the best pediatric occupational, physical, and speech therapy services. We pride ourselves on not only providing superior treatment for our patients but offering a place where our employees can grow and maximize their own potential. As one of our employees or contractors, your expertise and clinical strengths are valued and utilized.