Teamwork. Integrity. Excellence. We are Aspire. Voted as one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to work for in Chicago in 2015 and 2016, we know that Together, We’re Better!
Aspire was founded in 1960 and is recognized as a leader in providing bold, pioneering, and uncompromising services to kids and adults with developmental disabilities, their families and the community through our four enterprises: Aspire Kids, Aspire Living, Aspire Careers and Aspire CoffeeWorks.
We are one of the most innovative human service non-profits in the Midwest with an incredibly talented and dedicated team of more than 200 that serves nearly 1,000 kids and adults every year, and that number is growing fast.
Aspire Kids is a leading provider of family-centered pediatric occupational, physical, speech, and developmental therapy and educational support for children with developmental delays and disabilities. Individual therapy services are complimented with a variety of therapy groups, clinics, and support services. Renowned for its family-centered team approach, Aspire services not only benefit the child but the entire family through support groups and educational events.
Aspire Kids is seeking Physical Therapist candidates to join our team on a contract basis, with availability on Saturday mornings/early afternoon and/or Mondays and Fridays. We contract through a competitive pay scale and offer flexible work scheduling, based on the family and child’s availability.
To identify, evaluate and assess children for developmental delays and provide therapy and structured early intervention resulting in the best possible improvement in gross motor and balance skills that enhance each child’s developmental skills, processing and overall learning.
- Provide individual therapy in the child’s home, community setting(s) or at the Aspire Kids Hillside location
- Conduct evaluations and write comprehensive reports
- Develop treatments plans and document progress in child’s electronic medical record
- Integrate parents into the provision of services and provide parent education regarding strategies for follow through at home and in community settings