We love what we do, and it shows!

Jabbergym provides quality intervention services to individuals' birth to Twenty-Two years of age. We are a multidisciplinary clinic providing speech language and communication therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, in-home early infant education, developmental playgroups, handwriting and social skills groups in the greater Sacramento area. Having such a diverse team allows us to address the needs of the Whole-Child. We serve children having speech and language disorders and delays, fine and gross motor challenges and other developmental needs. Our professionals are offered opportunities to work within the clinic, school, and home settings to deliver therapy services. Jabbergym offers medical, dental, disability and life insurance benefits to its full time employees in addition to a 401K plan and contributions toward continuing education.

Interested in becoming one of us? Jabbergym is now hiring enthusiastic speech language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists. Please contact Dayna Thomas at 916-771-8255.

Licensed Speech Pathologists and CFE Candidates

Jabbergym is looking for full/part-time Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) who have graduated from an accredited Speech Pathology program and are licensed with the state of California. Our professionals are familiar with the treatment of a wide range of diagnoses and challenges including delayed acquisition of speech, intelligibility, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, oral motor challenges, CP, genetic syndromes, and other primary disorders that affect communication acquisition. Our SLP's are experienced in early intervention and school-age assessment and treatment. We are looking for SLP's with Skills including, but not exclusive to: Speech Delay, Articulation Disorders, Childhood Apraxia, Oral Motor, Autism Spectrum Disorders, We are looking for fun and energetic professionals who are willing collaborate with a multidisciplinary team including patients and their families and are willing to learn new techniques and strive to seek out continuing education opportunities. SLP's facilitate ongoing parent education with provision of activities for home is crucial for a successful treatment program.

Current California license is required or RPE license for CFY.

If you're interested in interviewing please contact Dayna Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP at (916) 771-8255. Resumes can be faxed to (916) 771-8211.

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Licensed Occupational Therapists

Jabbergym is looking for Full/Part-time Occupational Therapists (OTR/L) and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) who graduated from an accredited program and are licensed with the state of California. Our professionals are familiar with the treatment of a wide range of diagnoses including Autism, PDD, Asperger's Syndrome, motor apraxia, ADD, CP, genetic syndromes, and other developmental challenges related occupational therapy delays. Our OT's are experienced in early intervention and school-age assessment and treatment of skills including, but not exclusive to: Gross motor skills, Fine motor/Visual motor skills, Sensory Integration, calming and alerting strategies, Handwriting, Coordination, Self-care, and Social skills.

We are looking for fun and energetic professionals who are willing collaborate with a multidisciplinary team including patients and their families and are willing to learn new techniques and strive to seek out continuing education opportunities.

Current California license is required.

If you're interested in interviewing please contact Dayna Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP at (916) 771-8255. Resumes can be faxed to (916) 771-8211.

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Licensed Physical Therapists

Jabbergym Inc. is hiring full-time and part-time therapists for in-home and in-clinic physical therapy services. Jabbergym employs California licensed Physical Therapists who have graduated from an accredited Physical Therapy Program. Our PT's are experienced in early intervention and school-age assessment and treatment of skills including, but not exclusive to: Range of motion, Strength, Postural control, Transitional skills, Balance strategies, Coordination, Gait, and overall independent functional mobility as well as orthotic and adaptive equipment implementation when necessary.

PT's facilitate ongoing parent education with provision of activities for home is crucial for a successful treatment program.Physical therapy benefits children with a variety of diagnoses some of which include: Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, torticolis, developmental delay, hypotonia, hypertonia, and other neurological, musculoskeletal and chromosomal disorders.

We are looking for fun and energetic professionals who are willing collaborate with a multidisciplinary team including patients and their families and are willing to learn new techniques and strive to seek out continuing education opportunities. Current California license is required.

If you're interested in interviewing please contact Dayna Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP at (916) 771-8255. Resumes can be faxed to (916) 771-8211.

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Jabbergym is looking for Child Development Specialists to provide play-based intervention to children with special needs, birth to three years of age and their families, teachers and caregivers.

Work in homes, preschools and other neighborhood settings. Work with children individually as well as in groups. Child Development Specialists facilitate ongoing parent education with provision of activities for home is crucial for a successful treatment program.

Applicants must have a B.A. in a related field, strong knowledge of early child development and work experience with young children and families. Driving, auto and insurance is required. Bilingual in Spanish or other languages are desirable.

Part-time or Full-time. Specialized professional training provided.

Send resume to: Jabbergym @ 151 N. Sunrise Ave., Suite 1105, Roseville, CA 95661

FAX resume to: (916) 771-8211, Attn: Dayna Thomas, or call: (916) 771-8255 for more information

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Job Description - Office Assistant

The Office Assistant position at Jabbergym is responsible for running the day to day operations of the clinic. This includes welcoming parents, clients, and visitors to Jabbergym as they arrive. It also includes assisting callers with questions and scheduling changes. In addition, the Office Assistant will perform general clerical duties that support therapist activities. Communication between management, supervisors, therapist, and parents is critical. The Office Manager must be able to manage multiple tasks in the presence of frequent interruptions.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, and skills required:

Manages a multi-line phone including answering incoming calls, responding to caller inquiries, checking voicemail, and forwarding messages to the appropriate individuals. Maintain communication logs with all clients. Assists clients and therapists with a basic understanding of clinic policy and procedures.

Performs clerical duties for the clinic that may include, but are not limited to, creating and maintaining files, composing various letters and intake forms for clients, maintaining and ordering office supplies as needed, maintaining and updating client schedules, extracting articles relevant to the practices training program

Communication with parents, clients, employees, and management related to all facets of the practice. This could include, but is not limited to problems, issues, concerns, referrals, and all daily office operations.

Assist with training of the scheduling system as well as monitoring of duties assigned to volunteers.

Perform the following daily activities: Schedule appointments, schedule make-up appointments, confirm client appointments, check email throughout the day, check mailbox, clean/rinse/dry and replace toys, maintain and pick-up as toys and office items are out of place.

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Jabbergym welcomes volunteers! Student volunteers are a valuable asset in supporting our mission of providing services to children with special needs. Volunteers may be involved in any of the following:

  1. Hands-on support for Specialists and Interventionists with children during services.
  2. Participation in Summer Programs with clients.
  3. Design and update the waiting room displays and resource area.
  4. Office support (i.e. filing, copying, mailing, etc).
  5. Cleaning, repairing, organizing toys, supplies and building
  6. Participation in various events with clients, parents and professionals.
  7. Other talents and skills, such as recruitment, carpentry, music, art, drama, etc.

We are very grateful to our volunteers. If you are interested in giving some of your time or talent, please contact Dayna Thomas at (916) 771-8255.