Physical Therapist Opportunity-FFS, full-time, or part-time
Step One Early Intervention provides educational and therapeutic services to children from birth to three years with special needs and provides support and education to their families. Child development research has established that learning is most rapid from birth to age 5. The dedicated staff at our Step One Early Intervention program works in partnership with families to understand and meet the individual needs of children. Our program supports the relationship between young children and their families. We offer developmental services to children and support, education, and counseling services to families. Our program serves a diverse population and we have staff that speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese. Countless families have benefited from the work we do and appreciate the support they have received from our program!
Join our passionate, dedicated team of professionals who make a lasting difference in the lives of children and families!
Our interdisciplinary team of professionals provides:
- Developmental assessments
- Home-based services to young children and their families
- Consultative services to staff of other disciplines and families
- Developmental, therapeutic group services for infants, toddlers and families
- Consultation and collaboration with other community and medical providers such as child care professionals and pediatricians
We offer a competitive salary and a great benefit package!
- Commitment to provide quality training to our staff
- Opportunities for collaboration within a multidisciplinary team
- Health/Dental insurance
- Company contributions to retirement plan
- Company paid life insurance
- Flexible schedule
- Mileage and cell phone reimbursement
- Opportunities to attend in-service trainings and more
Founded in 1926, South Shore Mental Health is a leader in providing services for children, teens, and families experiencing serious emotional problems, behavioral issues, developmental delays and disabilities, and substance abuse.
- Master’s degree in Physical Therapy and licensure in MA
- Previous experience working with children and families
- Driver’s license and access to personal vehicle required for home visits