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JOB ID 1860
We are seeking a Board Certified developmental pediatrician with a focus in neurodevelopmental disabilities and expertise in autism. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, under the leadership of Dr. Rebecca Landa, has been expanding its vibrant research, clinical and educational programs. CARD is a multifaceted, interdisciplinary program serving children, families and professionals in the ASD community. The center combines research, clinical service and training programs to unlock the potential of children with ASD, enrich their life experiences, empower parents and promote the well-being of families through evidence-based practices. One of our major endeavors is developing effective new models of care for families and providers, locally, nationally and internationally.
the EDI Outreach Coordinator will support and engage a diverse population of participants while focusing on studying autism, its causes, and treatments. In addition to supporting other research projects, this position will primarily focus on the SPARK project that aims to recruit individuals with autism and their family members. The incumbent will help form and facilitate community partnerships, support inclusive research practices, and implement strategies for fostering a study population that is representative of our catchment area.
JOB ID: 3491
The Neuropsychologist I will provide neuropsychological assessments and, as needed, consultation and psychological treatment services to clients served by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD). Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients ages 2 years through young adult.
JOB ID: 4414
the Neuropsychologist II will provide neuropsychological assessments and, as needed, psychological consultation and treatment services to individuals served by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD); teach and provide supervision to staff psychologists and trainees; initiate and participate in innovative programs; design and conduct formal courses and workshops; and participate in research activities. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for individuals ages 2 years through young adult; although services may be provided to individuals from birth throughout the lifespan.
Currently offering a $2,500 hiring incentive for full time, licensed Speech Language Pathologists.
The Speech Language Pathologist II will provide direct patient care for assessing and treating communication (i.e. speech/language), oral motor, and feeding/swallowing disorders: administering department and program functions; supervising speech language pathologist at various levels: maintaining documentation relative to services offered: and participating in intra and interdisciplinary training programs.
The Achievements Therapeutic Day Program offers four different intervention options, enabling us to provide individualized treatment in small-group settings to children under age six. Our comprehensive approach focuses on the most challenging areas for these children: communication, social, emotional, and self-regulatory development. Using best-practice approaches, including Applied Behavior Analysis and others anchored in developmental sciences, we make the classroom not only a place of learning, but also a place to form friendships.
The Therapeutic Assistant I will implement evidence-based treatment protocols in a group, dyad, and 1:1 setting under the direction of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. This staff member will interact daily with children, encourage language, social, and self-regulatory development. The incumbent will collect progress and treatment response data; organize the classroom; prepare teaching materials; and assist with parent communication and training.