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Invo offers incredible opportunities for related services professionals around the country.

Career Opportunities Aligned With Your Goals

Our experience in providing related services professionals with rewarding careers is unmatched. With nearly 30 years of expertise in related services, we create a career experience that was designed by Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists.

Related service careers span from Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Audiologists to Therapy Assistants specializing in Speech (SLPA), Occupational (OTA), and Physical (PTA) therapies.

What to expect from your Invo experience?

We focus on helping our employees maximize their potential within each field through unparalleled support and mentoring, a team atmosphere, continued professional development, a promote from within culture and keeping your well-being at the front of mind.

Clinical leaders from each discipline are available to support your career growth and includes support and mentorship at every level. Our human resources, career launch services and client services team members are here to ensure your success. We have a keen understanding of both the triumphs and challenges of providing related services in schools and communities, which is why we are uniquely poised to provide enriching, fulfilling career opportunities.

What to expect working at Invo as a Speech-Language Therapist

Speech-Language Pathologists provide our clients with assessments to help identify the type of communication disorder and the best way to treat it. This could mean being placed in a classroom or small group, or one-on-one, depending on the speech disorder. Most roles are in person and we have some virtual roles where available. Speech therapy exercises and activities vary depending on our client's age and needs.

Invo School-based SLPs

  • Work with students from pre-k to high school, including evaluation and treatment in small group settings
  • Work on full range of communication disorders including language, articulation, hearing, AAC and fluency

  • Research supports that SLP's contribute significantly to the literacy achievement of students with communication disorders

  • Make vital contributions to ensure that all students receive quality, culturally competent services

What to expect working at Invo as an Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapy enables people of all ages to participate in daily living. For children with autism or other developmental delays, this may mean offering services conveniently in a variety of school-based settings which provide individualized services to meet the specific needs of the child and family.

Invo Occupational Therapists typically provide the following:

  • A customized evaluation tailored to individual needs, history, life experiences, and interests. Considered an occupational profile to better understand the individual values and activities that are important to our families and learned during the initial conversations.
  • An intervention plan to help improve the ability to perform daily activities and reach individual goals.
  • An outcomes evaluation to make sure that our client goals are being met.

Invo OTs may also provide recommendations such as daily living activities, (e.g. bathing, dressing, and eating) to make the most of daily routines, adaptive equipment or equipment to make daily tasks easier, caregiver and family training, techniques to aid in memory, concentration, and executive functioning, and home safety and accessibility.

What to expect working at Invo as a Physical Therapist

Invo Physical therapists work in collaboration with physical therapy assistants, educators, social workers, nurses, or providers to treat children pre-K to high school and in a variety of school-based settings.

To qualify, applicants must:

  • Hold a master's degree or doctorate from an accredited university
  • Have active state-level licensure as a Physical Therapist
  • Have experience working in schools or with children is a plus but not required

Invo Physical Therapists typically perform the following:

  • Evaluating and treating students, helping them negotiate the school environment, improve school performance, and engage with their peers
  • Serving as a member of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) team for students with physical therapy concerns
  • Working and building strong relationships with parents, teachers, and school administrators
  • Facilitating goals and objectives per child's educational plan
  • Assisting children with mobility
  • Assisting in developing plans to improve gross and sensory motor development
  • Conduct family training sessions when necessary
  • Performing other PT duties/responsibilities required by the Program and within the scope of licensure and/or certification
  • Ensuring all services are performed in accordance with state laws and regulations

Our Collective Why

  • We are at the forefront helping children reach their fullest communication potential

  • Make a real difference in the lives of children, teachers and families

  • We love seeing results in the kids, whether that's in articulation, or language or social communication!

Everything You Need for Success

With decades of experience in related services, Invo has developed comprehensive employee experiences that support team members both personally and professionally. Plus, when you join the Invo team, you join a nationwide network comprised of the top talent in Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.

Annual Professional Development Allowance
Access to Online CEUs
Support and Mentoring