Line Therapist Level 1 – Hiring Now!
A Line Therapist is responsible for providing 1:1 teaching for a specific caseload of children in the ABA clinic. Line Therapists work directly with children with autism using verbal behavior teaching skills. A Bachelor’s degree and experience working with children with special needs or with ABA is preferred. Line Therapists must complete a 1 week training and meet fluency criteria for teaching skills within that training period.
ABA Clinical Supervisor Level 1 – Hiring Now!
Innovations In Learning is seeking a qualified Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join our team as an ABA Supervising Therapist. ABA Supervising Therapists work in our ABA clinic designing, supervising, and implementing verbal behavior programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, data analysis, report writing, treatment plan and behavior support plan development, and supervision and training of line therapists. At least 1-year experience providing verbal behavior therapy to individuals with Autism is preferred.
Behavior Therapist – Hiring Now!
A Behavior Therapist requires a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related mental health field as detailed in 460 IAC 6-5-4 Behavioral Support Services Provider Qualifications. The therapist’s duties include but are not limited to assessment and evaluation of children and adults with and without special needs, development and implementation of behavior support plans, parent/staff/caregiver training, and coordination of services with other professionals. Behavior Support Services means training, supervision, or direct intervention with individuals served or caregivers with the goal of reducing problem behaviors and increasing functional replacement behaviors. The clinician’s may provide individual, family and group therapy.
Adult Day Services
Adult Development Instructor (ADI) – Hiring Now!
The Adult Development Instructor (ADI) is responsible for providing direct services to individuals diagnosed with Autism and/or Intellectual Disabilities who attend the Adult Day Services Program. This individual is responsible for leading activity groups with an emphasis on teaching vocational, daily living, academic, communication, and social/leisure skills while assisting with behavioral and medical issues. Experience working with individuals with Autism and/or Intellectual Disabilities is preferred. The ADI position requires a minimum of a High School Diploma/GED, at least eighteen (18) years of age, and ability to work Monday through Friday from 8:30-3:30pm.
During my 6 years at Innovations in Learning, I have come to find multiple opportunities for advancement, great clinical learning experiences, and life-long friends in a fun and supportive working environment.Laura Heidler, MA