Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA)Unified Therapy Services & Unified Therapy Health Services, Dubuque, IA
This listing has expired
Unified Therapy Services, established in 2006, is a pediatric focused outpatient clinic serving our clientele with physical, occupational and speech therapy needs with a collaborative approach that includes a team of therapists, physicians, medical professionals, care staff, patients and families. We provide the highest quality of professional health care services to our patients, their families, and the communities in which we do business.
Unified Therapy Services' facility has eleven kid-friendly private treatment rooms, a large gym/play area, and a space that simulates a fully functionable apartment. We have an abundance of swings and special lighting options in treatment areas. This location is pediatric focused, however; we have expanded to include adults at Unified Therapy Services and Unified Therapy Health Services.
Unified Therapy Services is excited to announce an expansion of our practice to a second location: Unified Therapy Health Services. This is an outpatient physical therapy clinic that specializes in orthopedic and sports injuries and conditions. We also see industrial and workman’s compensation injury rehabilitation at our facility. As part of our industrial rehab we are able to perform pre-employment screenings, incumbent evaluations, return to work/functional capacity evaluations (FCE’s), and joint comparisons utilizing CRT’s standardized isokinetic testing.
"Together We Can Make A Difference."
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Must be a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)
Assesses patient ( using approved evaluation documents) and determines approprtiate treatment plan based on the individuals strengths, skill level, and every day environment.
Ensures protocols are being followed by periodic observations and documentation checks.
Collects and analyzes data important for marking progress and ensures treatment fidelity.
Prepares necessary documentation including: prior authorizations, evaluations, progress notes, discharge notes and logs in timely manner according to regulations.
Trains line therapists, family members, and other individuals to support the patient's needs.
Consults with other members of rehabilitation team to select treatment programs consistent with needs and capabilities of the individual and to coordinate comprehensive services delivery to maximize benefits. Maintains positive relationships with the health care team, patient and family.