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Autism Matters provides a multi-disciplinary, team-oriented environment. At Autism Matters we are dedicated to personal and professional growth for both our employees and the clients we serve. We are consistently expanding our services, and actively strive to remain on the cutting edge of best practices. Our values include; supporting both our employees and the families we serve, approaching each situation with empathy and understanding, and providing client focused services, meeting the highest level of ethical and integrity based standards.
We are a small company which provides us with the ability to support every team member at an unprecedented level. Our managerial team is accessible to staff at every level within our company and is understanding of the specific challenges of every position within the company. Autism Matters is owned by Health Dimensions Rehabilitation, Inc (HDR).
HDR is employee oriented and considers all employees to be our partners. HDR employees collectively own 80% of the company through the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). This allows all eligible employees to directly share in the growth and financial success of the company. We believe that HDR should reward all of its employees with more than just the normal pay and benefit set. We believe at HDR that all of the employees who make the company successful should have a direct share in the company’s future success
"I feel lucky to work for a company that puts the clients first, yet makes me feel heard. I absolutely love this job and working with the kids every day!"
- Current Autism Matters
2600 Fernbrook Lane N,
Plymouth, MN 55447
14000 Northdale Boulevard
Rogers, MN 55374
14387 Edgewood Drive
Baxter, MN 56425
11994 E. Rum River Drive S.
Cambridge, MN 55008
Current Job Openings
Behavior Therapist - Baxter, Cambridge, Plymouth, and Rogers, 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.
Speech Language Pathologist - Baxter, Cambridge, Plymouth, and Rogers, 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 an ASD diagnosis and children with speech and language needs. 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 meetings (ITP meetings, SLP department meetings, ABA/SLP collaboration meetings, parent meetings, all staff meetings, and other meetings as needed). Our SLPs will join a collaborative team of OTs, BCBAs, and Licensed Professionals to provide a comprehensive therapy plan to all clients in our ABA Program. Qualities of an SLP include: professional, self-motivating, independent, organized, communicative, observant, and thorough.
Occupational Therapist - Cambridge, MN
The role of an OT is to provide the highest quality and standard of occupational therapy and/or feeding therapy to children with an ASD diagnosis and children with occupational therapy needs. A full-time OT is expected to maintain a minimum of 32 hours of direct therapy per week. An OT is responsible for directing occupational therapy programming for their caseload of clients. Occupational therapy programming includes: conducting occupational therapy evaluations, writing treatment plans, 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, providing training for other staff OTs and/or staff members as needed, and participating in meetings (ITP meetings, SLP department meetings, ABA/SLP collaboration meetings, parent meetings, all staff meetings, and other meetings as needed). Our OTs will join a collaborative team of SLPs, BCBAs, and Licensed Professionals to provide a comprehensive therapy plan to all clients in our ABA Program. Qualities of an OT include: professional, self-motivating, independent, organized, communicative, observant, and thorough.