Minneapolis Area Autism Jobs | Autism Matters, Minnetonka, MN

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Autism Matters Inc.
2600 Fernbrook Lane N, Suite 138
Plymouth, MN  55447

 Phone: 952-544-0349
 Fax: 952-544-0372

Current Job Openings:

Behavior Therapist, MHP Qualified - Plymouth and Rogers
The role of the Behavior Therapist provides one-to-one direct behavior therapy.  Behavior Therapists assist clients in the areas of self-help, communication, and language, while administering ABA and VB therapy techniques catered to each individual client.  Individuals interested in careers in ABA, Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, and Special Education would benefit greatly from experience as a Behavior Therapist.  Interested individuals must qualify as a Mental Health Practitioner as required by the Minnesota Department of Health.

Speech Language Pathologist - Baxter, MN
The role of an SLP is to provide the highest quality and standard of speech and language therapy and/or feeding therapy to children with ASD.  A full time SLP is expected to maintain a minimum of 32 hours of direct therapy time, or provide 50 therapy sessions per week.  An SLP is responsible for directing speech and language programming for their caseload of clients.  Directing speech and language programming includes:  conducting speech and language evaluations, writing treatment plans, writing generalization plans when needed, tracking therapy data on progress notes, preparing appropriate stimuli for clients, writing appropriate goals for clients to work on during therapy sessions, and participating in meeting (ITP meetings, SLP department meetings, ABA/SLP collaboration meetings, parent meetings, all staff meetings, and other meetings as needed).  Qualities of an SLP include:  professional, self-motivating, independent, organized, communicative, observant, and thorough.

Pediatric Occupational Therapist - Baxter, MN

The role of an OT is to provide the highest quality and standard of occupational therapy and/or feeding therapy to children with ASD.  A full-time OT is expected to schedule a minimum of 32 hours of direct therapy per week.  An OT is responsible for directing occupational therapy programming for their caseload of clients and offering consultation as needed for other OT clients as needed.  Occupational therapy programming includes:  conducting occupational therapy evaluations, writing treatment plans, writing appropriate goals for clients to work on during therapy sessions, writing generalization plans when needed, writing discharge plans, tracking therapy data on progress notes, accurately documenting and submitting billing forms, preparing appropriate stimuli for clients, writing appropriate goals for clients to work on during therapy sessions, providing training for other staff OTs and/or Autism Matters' staff members as needed, and participating in meetings (ITP meetings, OT/SLP department meetings, ABA/SLP/OT collaboration meetings, parent meetings, all staff meetings, and other meetings as needed).  Qualities of an OT include:  professional, self-motivating, independent, organized, communicative, observant, and thorough.

Behavior Therapists - Baxter, MN
The role of the Behavior Therapist provides one-to-one direct behavior therapy.  Behavior Therapists assist clients in the areas of self-help, communication, and language, while administering ABA and VB therapy techniques catered to each individual client.  Individuals interested in careers in ABA, Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, and Special Education would benefit greatly from experience as a Behavior Therapist.  Interested individuals must qualify as a Mental Health Practitioner as required by the Minnesota Department of Health.