- ·Seneca College Pfizer Clinic (1750 Finch Ave.) – Thursday, July 29th
- First and second dose appointments available for anyone 12+ who live, work, or go to school in any M postal code
- First dose walk-ins available from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
As an Independent Contractor, you will maintain professional autonomy while being part of a multidisciplinary team of registered and allied health professionals dedicated to delivering the highest standard of care. The successful candidate will provide speech and language assessment and therapy in the clinic, the client’s home, daycare, school or other community location offering virtual and in-person options. The SLP will work with children with ASD and/or other Neurodevelopmental Disorders and their families individually and in groups.
POSITION: Speech-Language Pathologist
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Independent Contractor
LOCATION: Toronto (Yonge/Finch)
HOURS of WORK: Flexible self-scheduling with the ability to build caseload size.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Minimum 3 Years
- Provide consultation, assessment, planning and intervention activities
- Develop and provide SLP interventions to clients: individually and in small groups; in-centre and community-based settings; in-person and via virtual care platform (i.e. Zoom)
- Collaborate with clinicians within and across disciplines to ensure high-quality, integrated client care
- Participate in regular clinical team meetings and assist in the development of creative solutions to family challenges
- Provide parent coaching, feedback and support
- Support positive working relationships among clinical and administrative teams, client families, and
- community professionals
REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Minimum of 3 years of experience working with adolescents, and school aged children with autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental disorders;
- Education: Master’s Degree in SLP;
- CASLPO registration, in good standing;
- Specific training and/or experience in the area of social skills intervention, Social Thinking ® methodology preferred;
- Knowledge of or experience with: AAC; Hanen; higher-level literacy training considered an asset;
- Experience in the areas of: motor speech; language; and functional communication;
- Demonstrated ability to provide both in-person and virtual interventions for individuals and small groups;
- Experience working in an interdisciplinary team setting;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Demonstrated experience providing coaching, feedback and support to families;
- Strong self-motivation, enthusiasm and creativity with a willingness to explore novel program development, and collaborative problem solving;
- Current Vulnerable Sector and Police Check and ability to travel to home and community-based settings;
- Willingness to work evenings and/or weekends in-person or virtual, as requested by clients;
- Proof of Professional Liability Insurance;
- Experience working with adults with ASD is considered an asset;
- Experience providing supervision to CDA, or student placements is considered an asset
HOW TO APPLY
If you are inspired to join our team in helping to meet the needs of children with ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders, along with their families, and are ready to contribute to a dynamic organization, please email a single file (Word or PDF format) with your resume along with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Who can I talk to if I have more questions?
Please contact ISAND’s receptionist team by phone at 416-224-5959 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
What happens if my child misses a Program Session?
Programs are time limited or group sessions and have specific procedures about billing and missed appointments. These procedures are spelled out in the Program Agreements that you sign before the start of a Program block.
What happens if my child’s therapist wants us to stop this service or program?
If an ISAND therapist recommends stopping this plan and recommends a different service/program, or withdrawal, you don’t have to give 30 days’ notice or pay any extra money.
Can I withdraw from a service or program if I don’t think its helping?
We suggest that you speak with the clinician before deciding to withdraw your child from service. If you decide to withdraw ISAND needs 30 days’ notice or payment that is equal to 30 days’ notice.
Will you always send me an appointment reminder by email?
ISAND’s computer system usually sends out appointment reminders by email. Sometimes, there is a computer glitch, and you might not receive the reminder. These reminders are a professional courtesy only. Clients are responsible to keep or cancel their appointment, whether they receive a reminder or not. If you don’t know when your next appointment is, please contact ISAND at 416-224-5959 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens if the therapist cancels the appointment?
If the therapist has to cancel, you will not be billed for the session. The therapist and client may be able to coordinate a make-up appointment that would be billed at the regular rate.
Why is there a fee for cancelled appointments?
When you book an appointment, your clinician reserves that time just for you. When a client cancels an appointment with short notice, or misses the appointment altogether, it is often too late or impossible to offer this appointment to another family in need.