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Speech Language Pathologists

Do you have a passion for helping individuals with developmental disabilities? Are you looking for a rewarding career with a company that has a dynamic work culture? If the answer is yes, the Recreational Therapist position at Meaningful Day Services could be the job you are looking for.

Meaningful Day Services has proudly been serving individuals with developmental disabilities since 1994. We are currently seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist that will effectively work within our company culture, which is described as being family-friendly, supportive, transparent, and treats employees as we would want employees to treat our clients.

We are seeking therapists that are good advocates for their clients, solution-oriented, honest and passionate.

Our Philosophy:

  • Providing quality, hands-on services that enhance and improve the independence of each unique individual.

  • Maintaining a work culture that thrives on collaboration, team-work, flexibility, and caring for our clients, our co-workers, and our community.

  • Investing in our employees through effective supervision, training, and learning opportunities.

This full time position will provide you with a full caseload of pediatric population clients. You will be responsible for providing speech therapy services to a pediatric population ranging from preschool school age children to adolescent individuals with a variety of disorders/delays within an onsite therapy setting. As a member of the interdisciplinary team, the speech therapist will:

  • Evaluate, plan, and implement speech therapy services based on treatment plans with age appropriate goals and target time frames, which are discussed with family and mutually agreed upon.

  • Be part of a unique multidisciplinary team that includes occupational therapy, recreational therapy, music therapy, board-certified behavioral analysts, and front line ABA staff.

  • Utilize an electronic tracking system to document tasks completed within a session, complete daily notes, and easily monitor and report client's progress

  • Work closely with family members, caregivers, and staff to help clients reach their highest potential and incorporate strategies into daily routines


  • Graduation from an accredited Speech Pathology Program (required)

  • State of Indiana license in Speech Therapy (required prior to start date)

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