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      School shadow ABA therapist role(s) in mainstream school (Wandsworth, SW17) A family are searching for 1 or 2 therapists to work as a school shadow with their 7 year old son at his mainstream school in Wandsworth in close proximity to Tooting Bec underground and Wandsworth Common railway station. The family are looking to fill 5 hours a day Monday to Friday – in between the hours of 830am and 330pm.The successful candidate(s) will be working with a high functioning boy demonstrating behavioural problems with a diagnosis of moderate expressive and receptive language disorder or SLI (specific language impairment). The job will have a focus on reducing some low level behaviour such as silly laughing, calling out in class and general disruption preventing him from focusing in class. The family require someone with a strong personality and gravitas to stick to their guns and be very consistent with the programme and have zero tolerance with his behaviour. The other aspect of the job will be with helping the child with appropriate play with peers with a VB-MAPP approach. The role is till July initially with the potential to be continued beyond this but a re-assessment will be made at the end of the school year. Candidates will ideally have a minimum of 2 years experience including time in a mainstream school. Hourly rate is negotiable and dependent on experience.Please send a C.V with a covering letter to davidhinman@abatutorfinder.com if you are interested in applying for this role.ABA Tutor Finder specialise in the placement of therapists working or wishing to work in the field of ABA. We offer placements to individuals whose role it is to implement behavioural interventions that support the teaching of language, social & play skills, as well as early academics to children and adults.

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