Home Care

Speech Therapists/SLPAs

in Florida

 

 

 

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What Is Home Care Speech Therapy?

 

When most parents think about what a  speech-language pathologist (S-LPs) does for their child, they think of someone who helps kids who stutter or have a lisp. While it’s true that they do help with those issues, their scope of practice is a whole lot broader.
Pediatric Speech-language pathologists are highly-educated professionals who have a minimum of a master’s degree in their field. As in any healthcare-related profession, S-LPs are required to study anatomy and physiology, but they also research neuroanatomy, genetics, human and language development, linguistics, psychology, acoustics, and more. They are qualified to evaluate, diagnose and treat a broad range of delays and disorders. Reading this article, it is likely that you are one of them. Speech Therapists that are part of the AMP PEDIATRIC THERAPY team use all their knowledge to provide therapy in the natural environment of our kiddos. Homes, daycares, and private schools are where they carry out their craft in the spaces where our kiddos feel most comfortable. .

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Why Do Parents Choose our Speech Therapists? 

Suppose a child is struggling with essential speech developmental milestones for their age. Developmental issues are likely present. In that case, parents reach out to us for help. We pair them up with one of our many Speech therapists that live within three zip codes of their home, creating the building blocks of a relationship that is likely to last for years. Generally, children begin to babble from around six months and say their first words between ten and 15 months. Most start speaking at about 12 months. Our relationship with our kiddos and their families begins around this time. Parents reach out to us once they identify that speech milestones are not being met. 

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Who Benefits From Becoming A Speech Therapists For AMP Pediatric?

 

The Kiddos And Their Family

A Speech Therapists for AMP Pediatric will help families whose children may be experiencing speech challenges overcome them by way of specific steps and sessions designed to minimize the impact of problems that can arise. It is a tangible way to make a difference. It benefits the families that are receiving the services. 

Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPA's)

We have assistants for all disciplines, including Speach Language Pathology Assistants. This allows our qualified Speech Therapists to become a mentor or supervisor to this group of professionals. Evaluate their cases and help them create a plan that will have the biggest impact on our kiddos.

 

 

 

 

Who Can Become An AMP Pediatric Speech Therapist?

Our goal is to develop relationships with our kiddos and their families that will carry them all through childhood.  We are very selective on whom we invite to be part our the AMP family. We have many professionals that apply to become part of our team, and we currently have a 20 percent acceptance rate, two out of ten. However, for that 20 percent that becomes part of our team, we do 100 percent in our power to provide them with the tools they need to focus on the children we treat.

We are looking for professionals that are KIND, RELIABLE, AND KNOWLEDGEABLE. If you possess these attributes and we recognize them, we can work through any challenges together.







 
 
 

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You


It benefits you as a member of our team. We have a large number of team members from many different disciplines. We all work together to help our kiddos reach their milestones. We also support each other in becoming better professionals so that we can master our craft. Some of our kiddos are shared by other disciplines: Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Behavior Therapists, and  Infant Toddler Developmental specialists. If the circumstances allow, we create a team of professionals whom all focus on improving the quality of life of that special kiddo.

 

 Your Neighbors

The goal for us as a company is to make the biggest impact in the communities that we serve. We accomplish this by building relationships that last all through childhood. We focus on keeping our team members happy with the work they do. What better way than having our team members serve their neighbors. We will work diligently to provide you with cases within three zip codes of where you live—Maximizing the impact on your community. The impact on your neighbors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Kindness

We deal with families that already have many challenges to deal with, and we are there to help. We interact with them with the most kindness possible to help them brighten their day just with our presence. We also use kindness when dealing among our team members, ensuring impactful relationships all around.
 


Reliable

 Every day, our families invite us into their homes, trust us with their children and make the time for us to be there. We never want to take that for granted, and reliability is a sign of respect and appreciation for the trust that is placed on us. This is a very flexible profession, but it does take open communication with the individuals affected by our schedules. 








 
 
 

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Knowledgeable

If you are applying for a position with our organization, it means that you have already done the due diligence to obtain the needed degrees for your profession. The knowledge that we are talking about is knowing when to reach out for help.  Your willingness to learn and to teach when needed. We hire new grads that possess these qualities, and we decline long-standing professionals that don't and vice-versa. It is not about your exposure to the career but your ability to help us make the most impactful difference in the communities we serve.









 

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What are independent contractors 1099 and employees W2?
The positions that we offer to our therapists here at AMP PEDIATRIC THERAPY is as an independent contractor, so it is essential to know the difference between a 1099 and a W2. 

An independent contractor is self-employed.

When you enter into a  contract with a company as an independent contractor for a specific role like being a Pediatric Physical Therapists, you have more control. It gives you the ability to set your hours and use your tools like electronic devices and toys, or other items to provide the treatment to the kiddos.  Since you are self-employed, the company you entered into a contract with will not withhold any taxes from your paycheck.  You pay your own taxes. It gives you the ability to have significantly larger deductions when filing your taxes for the necessary items to accomplish your job. It also provides the company with the ability to provide you with higher wages than an employee. 

An employee is hired by a business under an employment agreement.  
 
The hiring company will withhold taxes from your wages. They will have to train you in their specific way of providing therapy, and they may provide benefits. Because of this, the hiring company will have more control over you as an employee- They dictate what you work on and when you work.

Both of these types of contracts have their pros and cons. You have to decide what works best for you as an individual when choosing between these options. As of today, our practice only offers 1099 contracts to our therapists since it gives us the ability to provide the most to our team members under this model.

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So there you have it, everything you need to know about becoming a long-lasting Pediatric Speech Therapists team member of the AMP PEDIATRIC THERAPY family.



























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Just complete the form at the bottom of this page, and we will be in contact. We are looking forward to speaking with you and potentially have you join our team. 

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