Mission: Our mission is to optimize the independence and quality of life of our clients and their families.
About Intercare Therapy, Inc
Intercare Therapy is a leading provider of ABA therapy evidence-based services. We help children and young adults diagnosed with autism and related disorders overcome behavioral & communication challenges.
For more than 30 years, our family-owned business has been guided by our founding principles of customization, communication, collaboration and compassion. Together, we empower our client families with the tools to maintain success and thrive independently.
We put our team first. We ensure everyone feels included and welcome. In a remote field, we bridge that gap by providing creating a completely open door communication policy with leadership (the CEO and President are always only an email away), social team gatherings, and involvement with events in the autism community. Just take a look at the teamwork, community, and fun we at Intercare value.
Why work for us?
We know that the key to our success is our employees, so we cultivate a work environment that encourages growth and long-term commitment, with competitive hourly rates, salaries and benefits. We’re looking for leaders, self-starters and energetic therapists who take pride in their work and—most importantly—love having fun with the kids of all ages.
Since 1979, our founding mission has remained the same: to empower families impacted by autism to achieve independence and their best quality of life.
WHO WE ARE:
We are a family run, family focused therapy provider of evidence-based services proven to help children and young adults diagnosed with autism and related disorders.
HOW WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE
We educate parents and caregivers in innovative developmental intervention techniques. We also empower our client families and support systems with the tools and confidence to maintain success and thrive independently.
Be prepared for a rewarding career. Forbes has recently recognized behavior analyst as the # 6 most meaningful occupation. Amongst that list is an elementary school principal, police chief, and orthopedic surgeon. The reward is found in a child's progress and the immense gratitude of their families. With your help, a mother may hear the word mama for the first time, or see their child ride a bike or learn some independence.
In harmony with the important work you do, we at Intercare strive to implement a robust support system. We believe in fostering the professional development of all of our employees through benefits such as a tuition reimbursement program, ongoing training, and a career advancement program. Here at Intercare you will find the support, coaching, and training it takes to advance your career and strengthen your leadership skills.
Clinical Career Path
I have been working at Intercare Therapy full-time (Less than a year)
What separates Intercare from other in-home ABA providers is the communication every level of management has with the employees. Everyone up to the company's president wants to hear about our experience and if there is anything they can do for us. No concern is too small to be taken seriously.
The only cons with Intercare are ones that come with the industry. There's a lot of driving, you rarely see coworkers, and the family dynamics of your clients can be uncomfortable. However, Intercare makes great strides in addressing these by paying employees for drive-time and mileage, hosting frequent work socials, and making themselves constantly available if you do have a concern.
Advice to Management
Honestly, just keep it up. I've never worked for a company that is so connected across so many different positions. It is wonderful to be a part of.
I applied online. I interviewed at Intercare Therapy (Los Angeles, CA) in September 2017.
Received a call and email to set up a time to do a phone interview. That went seemingly well so I was invited to a skype interview. After she gave me a few common interview questions, I asked about how the goals for students were decided (either by a company employee, or by their IEP goals from school) the interviewer seemed a bit confused by the question then churned out a lengthy vague answer. I then asked how benefits worked. And she told me she wasn't sure. She later gave me a spotty answer (only working 30+ hours for a constant 3 -or 6 months- gets you eligible). My 30 minute interview lasted 15. And I received my letter saying I didn't get the job two days later. This one is probably for the best
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