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From occupational therapy to physical therapy, our Arizona and Nevada teams are ready to help.

Physical Therapists

Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
 

Pediatric physical therapists in Arizona and Nevada examine and treat children who have difficulties moving and performing physical activities related to gross motor skills. Pediatric physical therapists help treat injuries, pre-existing conditions, and physical difficulties caused by illness or disease. Special emphasis is placed on body control, movement, posture, balance, and coordination. Our physical therapists are fully licensed in the state they are working in, have extensive education along with up-to-date continuing education, and undergo a background check prior to employment. Our physical therapists work with all ages, all disabilities, and levels of children who are in one or more of the following: the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP), the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), the Nevada Early Intervention Program (NEIS), or who are privately referred.

 

Speech Therapists

Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona

Pediatric speech therapists (or speech-language pathologists) examine and treat children with communication, speech, feeding, and swallowing difficulties. They help children to achieve age-appropriate or functional communication skills. Special emphasis is placed on speech, language (receptive and expressive), cognition, and feeding/swallowing. Our speech therapists are fully licensed in the state they are working in, have extensive education along with up-to-date continuing education, and undergo a background check prior to employment. Our speech therapists work with all ages, all disabilities, and levels of children who are in one or more of the following: the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP), the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), the Nevada Early Intervention Program (NEIS), or who are privately referred.

 
Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
 

Occupational Therapists

Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
 

Pediatric occupational therapists examine and treat children with skills needed to perform functional daily living activities. They help children achieve independence and have a special emphasis on fine motor skills, self-help skills, self-care skills, attention, problem solving, socialization, and sensory integration. Our occupational therapists are fully licensed in the state they are working in, have extensive education along with up-to-date continuing education and undergo a background check prior to employment. Our occupational therapists work with all ages, all disabilities, and levels of children who are in one or more of the following: the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP), the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), the Nevada Early Intervention Program (NEIS), or who are privately referred.

 

Developmental Special Instructionists

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Our Developmental Special Instructionists are professionals who work specifically with children and families within the AzEIP Team Based Early Intervention Model (ages: birth - 3 years old). They are one of the core team members who directly support families to enhance the child’s development by assisting to identify, individualize, and support families on interest-based activity settings and learning opportunities. Our developmental special instructionists have a degree in Early Childhood Development, Special Education, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or a related field. They undergo a background check prior to employment.

 
Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
 

Service Coordinators

Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
Physical Therapy Jobs Arizona
 

Our Service Coordinators are professionals who work specifically with children and families within the AzEIP Team Based Early Intervention Model (ages: birth - 3 years old). They serve as a single point of contact and coordinate required evaluations, assessments, treatments/services, assist families with funding sources and coordinate the development of transition plans. They help families of children with a disability gain access to early intervention services and access treatment and supports from our qualified providers. They assist parents in understanding their rights and the procedural safe-guards, and develop, review, and evaluate the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Our Service Coordinators have a degree in Early Childhood Development, Special Education, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or a related field. They undergo a background check prior to employment.

 

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