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CarePartners welcomes applicants from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available throughout the hiring process upon request.
As a result of our continuous growth, we have Part-Time opportunities within our Rehabilitation division for experienced Communicative Disorders Assistants.
Our ideal candidate will play an active role as a member of the CarePartners Therapies Team. S/he will demonstrate keen interest and confidence working with the Stroke care population, with a desire to work with a supportive and collaborative team, and commitment to on-going learning and professional development.
CarePartners offers a competitive compensation program, including tuition assistance, a variety of on-site-in service training, and the opportunity for professional growth. Apply and speak with us to see how community health care can fit your lifestyle and career goals!
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- Function as a member of a therapy team who is accountable for the therapy care it provides
- Provide client/family education and support to address physical, functional and self-care needs as assigned by Supervising Therapist.
- Monitor and report changes in health status to the Speech-Language Pathologist.
- Committed to quality and accuracy of care
- Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA) diploma from an accredited college program
- Driver’s license and reliable
- 2 years relevant work experience, preferably working with geriatric clients in community setting
- First Aid Certificate and CPR Certificate required
- Sound judgement, critical thinking and problem-solving skills
- Desire and ability to work effectively as part of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary care team
- Demonstrated understanding and practice of rehabilitation principles and techniques
- Computer skills, including e-mail, word processing and work scheduling systems
- Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form and must be fluent in English