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Auditory Verbal Opportunities

Pratibha Srinivasan (an AVT-Cert) called me and asked me to get the word out that she's looking for a therapist to come be a part of Chattering Children. She would prefer a certified AVT, but one who is working towards certification would be OK. If you happen to be looking to relocate or know of someone who would be interested in this position, please contact Pratibha.

Pratibha Srinivasan
Chattering Children
9507 Hull Street Road, Suite C-1
Richmond, VA 23236
(804) 745-0915
chatchild@mindspring.com
or
Pratibha Srinivasan
4242 Norwood St., SW
Roanoke, VA 24018
(540) 562-0657

3/7/2000

LISTEN AND TALK

EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH HEARING LOSS

AUDITORY-VERBAL THERAPIST

(will train teacher of the deaf, speech/language pathologist, or audiologist)

    • Design and implement individualized therapy programs for a variety of children with hearing losses
    • Incorporate the development of listening, thinking, speech, language and communication skills into each child's therapy session
    • Counsel parents on developing listening and communication skills at home
    • Monitor student progress and collaborate with classroom teachers in the mainstream

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Send a resume, references from professionals and parents, a statement of your philosophy of teaching, and a videotape that shows the applicant working with hearing-impaired children to:

LISTEN AND TALK
4501 46th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Attention: Star Leonard-Fleckman, Program Director
For information call:
(206) 729-9894
(206) 729-8478 Fax
email: starlf@listentalk.org
website: www.oraldeafed.org click on "schools", then click on "Listen and Talk"

3/7/2000


If you have an Auditory Verbal opportunity you would like to add to this page, please contact me at listenup@texas.net.

 

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