Why You Should Work In Early InterventionSeptember 1, 2016
A career in Early Intervention Home Care is the perfect collaboration of professionals and caregivers to work towards meeting the goals of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for a child.
A typical day for a full time Occupational, Physical or Speech Therapist involves between 4 and 6 family visits. Therapists are in complete control of their schedule and location preference. So if you still want to enjoy a Friday at the beach, you can certainly take advantage of that in these last few weeks of summer. And if you already have a full time position and want after-hours work near your home, the availability of early intervention cases makes this an appealing career choice.
Therapeutic Resources has been a New York City Early Intervention Provider since 2001. We are experts in the Early Intervention Program philosophy and equip our providers with knowledge, support and supervision they need for all their cases.
As August concludes and children age 3 age out of Early Intervention into CPSE, Therapeutic Resources is able to provide clinician’s looking to build up their caseload with the widest variety of options in all five boroughs.
For more information on the Early Intervention cases we have available contact Rochelle Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org