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Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Position: Experienced Pediatric Occupational Therapist for home visits on the Eastside including Sammamish, Issaquah, Redmond, and Bellevue. Part Time position available.

This position is ideal for an eastside Parent who would like to stay active in their OT career, but want more time for their own family. Graduate students would also find this opportunity provides an income and flexibility while completing an advanced degree. We take care of client intakes and the business details (billing, insurance issues, your payroll and social security taxes), so you can focus on providing excellent services to children and their families. You have access to collaboration and support from our team of experienced therapists.

Job Summary: Provide high quality home-based therapy and documentation of services for children with special needs. Support, share ideas and problem solve with families/caregivers. Our clients have a wide range of diagnoses (CP, Down Syndrome, DD). However, we specialize in working with families whose children are on the autism spectrum or have sensory processing issues. Professional training in NDT and/or SI is preferred. Interest and experience in health/wellness is a plus!

Organization/Clients/Therapeutic Approach:

Maple Valley Pediatric Therapy (A division of Relaxing Resources, PLLC) is a small but growing private practice. We provide highly personalized home and clinic based therapy services. We recently relocated to our beautiful new center in Maple Valley. We offer:

1.) a relaxing and supportive environment for parents

2.) a fun, playful space for children and 3.) a “therapist’s dream” work environment.

While our location is new, our therapists have years of professional and personal experience in the area of pediatrics. Our team is led by Mary Gengler Fuhr, OTR/L.

With over 25 years of experience, Mary is the author of Pediatric Massage for the Child with Special Needs. She is also a registered yoga teacher and infant massage instructor.

She consults and teaches throughout the US and internationally.

MVPT provides therapy services to children and young adults, with the majority of our clients between age 3 and 16. We use a variety of therapeutic techniques to help children learn to self-regulate, achieve developmental milestones, engage in meaningful relationships with peers and family, and function successfully in daily living. We help children reach their true potential while having fun and being creative.

In addition to using neuro-developmental and sensory integrative approaches, we offer infant/pediatric massage, yoga, and assistive technology. We work collaboratively with families, local counselors, speech therapists, primary care providers, preschools and school districts.

Primary Responsibilities:

Provide excellence in therapy by:

– Evaluating children using formal and informal assessment tools.
– Writing quality evaluation reports, progress notes, daily treatment notes.
– Developing and implementing goals.
– Reviewing progress regularly and updating treatment plans as needed.
– Providing parent education and support.
– Collaborating with community professionals involved in child’s care.
– Maintaining confidentiality and HIPAA standards.
– Observing safety and health precautions.
– Maintaining equipment/toys in good condition.
– Continually updating skills and knowledge with continuing education and collegial sharing.

Minimum Qualifications: Degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited college or university. Licensed as an OT in the State of Washington. At least 2 years experience in working with children with developmental disabilities. Valid Washington State Driver’s license. Current CPR and First Aid certifications (or ability to obtain) Creative, playful, and flexible with commitment to excellent service. Ability to communicate with children, parents, staff, and community professionals.

Benefits: Flexible hours. Mentoring/collegial sharing with our highly trained and experienced staff. We offer excellent pay per treatment hour, dependent on experience. Combination of home visits and clinic hours available if desired.

To Apply: Call Mary Fuhr at 425-358-3070 to introduce yourself and get your questions answered. Email your cover letter, resume, and references (including email addresses) to mary@mvpedtherapy.com.


Pediatric Physical Therapist

 Position: Experienced Pediatric Physical Therapist for clinic and home visits in South King County.

The position is ideal for a therapist from the south end who would like to stay active in their PT career, but wants more time for their own family or a balanced lifestyle.  We can offer you a flexible schedule and excellent hourly pay.  We take care of the business details (billing, insurance issues, your payroll and social security taxes), so you can focus on providing the highest quality services to children, their families, and teachers in the programs. You have access to collaboration and support from our team of experienced therapists.

 Job Summary: Provide skilled physical therapy and documentation of services for children with special needs. Support, share ideas, and problem solve with teachers/ families/caregivers. Work with teachers to implement movement activities into their daily schedule.

Our clients have a wide range of diagnoses (CP, Down Syndrome, DD). However, we specialize in working with families whose children are on the autism spectrum or have sensory processing issues. This position includes working with children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and those exposed to drugs prenatally. Professional training in NDT and/or SI is preferred.  Interest and experience in therapeutic listening is a plus!

 Organization/Clients/Therapeutic Approach:

Maple Valley Pediatric Therapy (A division of Relaxing Resources, PLLC) is a small but growing private practice. We provide highly personalized home and clinic based therapy services. We recently relocated to our beautiful new center inMapleValley. We offer: 1.) a relaxing and supportive environment for parents 2.) a fun, playful space for children and 3.) a “therapist’s dream” work environment.

While our location is new, our therapists have years of professional and personal experience in the area of pediatrics.  Our team is led by Mary Gengler Fuhr, OTR/L.

With over 25 years of experience, Mary is the author of Pediatric Massage for the Child with Special Needs.  She is also a registered yoga teacher and infant massage instructor.

She consults and teaches throughout theUSand internationally.

MVPT provides therapy services to children and young adults, with the majority of our clients between age 3 and 16.  We use a variety of therapeutic techniques to help children learn to self-regulate, achieve developmental milestones, engage in meaningful relationships with peers and family, and function successfully in daily living. We help children reach their true potential while having fun and being creative.

In addition to using neuro-developmental and sensory integrative approaches, we offer infant/pediatric massage, yoga, listening programs, and assistive technology. We work collaboratively with families, local counselors, speech therapists, primary care providers, preschools and school districts.

Primary Responsibilities:

Provide excellence in therapy by:

– Evaluating children using formal and informal assessment tools.

– Writing quality evaluation reports, progress notes, daily treatment notes.

– Developing and implementing goals.

– Reviewing progress regularly and updating treatment plans as needed.

– Providing parent and teacher education and support.

– Collaborating with community professionals involved in child’s care.

– Maintaining confidentiality and HIPAA standards.

– Observing safety and health precautions.

– Maintaining equipment/toys in good condition.

– Continually updating skills and knowledge with continuing education and collegial sharing.

 Minimum Qualifications: Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited college or university. Licensed as a PT in the State of Washington.  At least 2 years experience in working with children with developmental disabilities with interest/experience in working with children with sensory processing issues. Interest/experience in listening programs is a plus. Valid Washington State Driver’s license. Current CPR and First Aid certifications (or ability to obtain) Creative, playful, and flexible with commitment to excellent service. Ability to communicate with children, parents, teaching staff, and community professionals.

Benefits: Flexible hours. Mentoring/collegial sharing with our highly trained and experienced staff. We offer excellent pay per treatment hour, dependent on experience. May add home visits and clinic hours to base 12 hours of Head Start/Birth to 3 program hours if desired.

To Apply: Call Mary Fuhr at 425-358-3070 to introduce yourself and get your questions answered. Email your cover letter, resume, and references to mary@mvpedtherapy.com. For further information about our center, please see our website at www.mvpedtherapy.com