Two Full-time Speech-Language Pathologists (CFY Accepted)
One Part-time Speech-Language Pathologists (CFY Accepted)
One Part-time Physical Therapist
One Full-time Specialty Program Coordinator (Physical Therapist or Speech-Language Pathologist)
Reach for the Top Therapy Services is a growing outpatient pediatric rehabilitation clinic that is looking for the right candidates to join our highly skilled team. We offer physical, occupational, speech, feeding, aquatic, telehealth, outdoor, music, and hippotherapy services.
We are looking for fun, passionate therapists who are seeking a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment based in honesty, transparency, accountability, and teamwork.
Our clinic values a family-centered approach in supporting caregivers & children with complex needs ages birth through 21, to help them reach their fullest potential.
We are a close-knit, supportive, and collaborative group of 16 professionals! So, if you love children, enjoy working closely with families, recognize the importance of a relational-based play model and desire to have fun, you may be the right fit for our team.
Therapists are provided with state-of-the-art therapy equipment and supplies in our 5,000 square foot clinic space that includes large sensory integration rooms, fine motor rooms, quiet speech rooms, an infant/toddler room and an oral motor and feeding space.
Under new leadership Reach for the Top is committed to a transformational leadership approach where team-members’ voices are heard, ideas are shared, and expectations are clear as we all move forward to achieve Reach’s mission.
You can expect many opportunities for mentorship, collaboration, and professional growth, including weekly ‘Lunch & Learns’ to help clinicians develop to their full potential, as well as a bonus program for high performers.
We are looking for clinicians that develop fun, creative, strengths-based intervention plans following best-practice standards of care while also excelling at building warm and genuine relationships with the families we serve. Join us and discover how your unique contributions can change lives, yours included.
Confident new graduates with excellent interpersonal skills and initiative, welcome to apply (experience qualification may be waived for the right candidate).
- Assess and treat a wide range of needs/disorders within a wide age range.
- Experience and/or willingness to provide therapy virtually.
- Best practice standards re: confidentiality, client care, and treatment planning/implementation.
- Collaborating with multi-disciplinary team of therapists, assistants, orthotist/prosthetist.
- Update patient progress to relevant parties in a timely manner.
- Maintain accurate documentation within a timely manner.
- Develop home programs as needed.
- Participate in team meetings and continuing education opportunities.
- Communicating with parents frequently regarding progress, recommendations, and home support.
- Ability to work with a variety of family cultures respectfully.
- Recognizing and advocating for individual differences, especially with the neurodiversity population.
- Looking to work for a company that values the role of the parent in the therapeutic process
- Trustworthy, dependable, playful, and committed to providing top-quality pediatric therapy services
- Active License to practice in the State of New Hampshire
- Ability to carry out the physical demands of the position
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience with pediatric population
- Positive demeanor
- Must have availability to schedule evening appointments twice weekly. No weekends.
- Paid Time Off
- 6 Paid Holidays
- Medical Stipend for Health Insurance
- Voluntary Dental Insurance
- Voluntary Disability Insurance
- Employer-Sponsored Life Insurance
- Weekly mentoring and professional development training
- Continuing Education Reimbursement
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.
All applicants must have reliable transportation to work and have a demonstrated history of reliability in prior employment. Any candidate who is offered a position will be required to submit to a background check and are eligible for a sign-on bonus.
Our dynamic team is collaborative, dedicated, and hard-working and our overarching philosophy is an affirming, family-centered approach, in which we put children and families at the heart of all we do.
So, if you meet all the requirements above and like to laugh at work, take initiative, want to be appreciated, enjoy working within a close-knit team and have great leadership skills, we look forward to hearing from you.
You can apply online through Indeed.
What does the Jr. Leadership team have to say?
“Reach’s leadership team is always looking for ways for employees to grow their skills and expand on their interests and passions. I am grateful to work for a team that supports my ideas and passion projects. Some of the highlights of Reach’s leadership style emphasize strong communication skills with employees, always looking for feedback and ways to improve, and an openness to all communication and learning styles.” – Rachel Babcock
“I believe so deeply in Reach’s mission and I find it so rewarding to work directly with kids, supporting them as they work so hard to reach their goals. On top of that, I’m in a position, with this leadership role, to connect with the community beyond our patients and families, raising awareness about this amazing mission we have here. As a non-profit organization, we do rely on philanthropy to help fill in gaps in funding, so we can continue to expand our services, therapist training, and access to care for the families that we serve.” – Katie McGrath
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Reach encourages each employee to turn their passions into purpose.
With a formal program where employees can propose and lead projects and programs that they are passionate about through our Passion Project Program. If employees have passions or strengths that they believe will help Reach and the families we serve, we encourage them to make these strengths and passions come alive – developing and implementing programs, writing grants to fund their projects, and being afforded the autonomy to see that vision unfold, with support provided as needed!
Current Passion Projects & Specialty Program Leads
- Hippotherapy Lead (use of horses at a local barn) – Open for a new lead
- Aquatic Therapy Program – Created in 2021 by Ms. Robyn, OT
- Teletherapy Program Lead – Created by Ms. Amy, OT 2020, now led by Ms. Rachel, SLP
- Feeding Therapy Lead – Open for a new lead
- Outdoor Therapy Group “Branch Out” – Created in 2023 by Ms. Liz, OT
- Thematic Group Therapies – Created in 2022 by Ms. Rachel, SLP
- Therapy Book Resource Library – Created in 2022 by Ms. Rachel, SLP
- Large Scale Low-Tech AAC Board – Created in 2022 by Ms. Rachel, SLP
- AAC Tablet Donation Program – Created in 2021 by Ms. Olivia, SLP, Open for a new lead
- Sensory Garden at the Dover Public Library – Created in 2020 by Mr. Tyler, SLP, Open for a new lead
- Brace Clinic Lead – Led by Ms. Kaela, PTD
- School Support Lead – Led by Ms. Sara, OT
- Music Therapy Groups – Started in October 2023 – Open for a lead