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Speech-Language Pathologist

  • LocationToronto, ON - Canada
  • Positions1 Position
  • Published At:a month ago

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Speech-Language Pathologist

The Red Oak Centre

Since opening its doors in 2016, The Red Oak Centre has been offering integrated, comprehensive support for families. By combining counselling with education and specialized support in occupational therapy and speech pathology, we’re able to offer unique, multi-disciplinary options.

We are a team of psychologists, teachers, and therapists that believe in the power of wellness. By offering a non-pathologizing environment we foster learning, progress, and growth for both parents and children.

We take pride in the people we’ve helped over the years, and their response has been overwhelming. Today our practice is growing and we’re looking for bright, warm, and motivated Speech-Language Pathologists to help us in our mission.

The Red Oak Centre—a unique practice with a special team

Our team is composed of a range of professionals with diverse knowledge, approaches, and specializations. When you join our team, you’ll become part of a network of psychologists that offers opportunities for both collaboration and growth.

Speech mechanics are an important part of therapy, but beyond enunciation, our therapists engage the social dynamics of speech. Helping clients understand and navigate the complex landscape of social cues, body language, and perspective-taking is an essential part of our work.

That’s why it’s critical that our SLPs have a deep knowledge of and interest in the social context from which children and teens are coming. In particular, familiarity with the etiquette of mobile technology for young people, and an interest in the fluid social norms such technology presents, will be important. 

Of course, parents are an integral part of children’s social lives; coaching and guiding parents on effective strategies and techniques will have immense and positive effects on their progress.

Here’s what you can look forward to when joining The Red Oak Centre:

  • An open, collaborative work environment
  • Management team that believes in feedback, continuous improvement, and transparency
  • Advanced, intuitive tech systems that manage everything from client files to room bookings and scheduling
  • Professional development opportunities that include seminars and working with schools
  • Opportunity to make a difference for children and their families

The Details

We have both full and part-time contract positions available. SLPs will receive hourly wages that reflect their level of experience. Mentorship is an important practice on our team; mentoring peers will be a compensated and important part of your work.

For the time being, therapy will be remote, and we are accepting applications from anyone with professional registration in Ontario.

Working with The Red Oak Centre

Our philosophy is based on wellness, and we encourage a non-pathologizing and supportive environment.

As things return to normal, we hope to have some team members return to our Toronto office. Located at Spadina and St.Clair in the heart of Forest Hill, our space is bright, open and warm; it’s the perfect environment to make meaningful, positive connections to families and children.

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years’ experience working with children, teenagers and young adults with strong proficiency in assessment and interventions
  • Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology with experience in pediatric and young adult assessment and treatment
  • Registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario
  • Experience supporting clients with speech sound difficulties and expressive/receptive language challenges
  • Experience implementing or familiarity with Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking curriculum or similar social communication methodologies is an asset
  • Ability to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
  • Efficient time management and organizational skills
  • Published on 14 May 2021, 6:57 PM