Exceptional Expectations is committed to employing quality individuals who have a passion for children and adults with special needs.
We feel that it is the provider's attitude and experience that make for a successful home therapy program. Habilitation and respite services will be provided in a positive atmosphere of enthusiasm, passion and professionalism. Exceptional Expectations has providers of all ages and backgrounds. Many providers are students attending ASU or other educational institutions. These students are studying education, special education, psychology, etc. Other providers are instructional assistants in a school district working in a special education environment. In addition, we have many retirees and stay-at-home moms that enjoy working part-time. We strive to educate our providers with the necessary and appropriate skills to ensure that each client is receiving the most appropriate services.
Become a Provider
Why should you be a provider?
This is the perfect job for students, retirees, and stay-at-home moms as it provides great experience as well as a flexible schedule. Habilitation is an "exceptional" opportunity for those students studying psychology, education, special education, speech and language, child development and other related social fields. There is a high demand for providers like you. Families in need of services are located throughout the valley, which means there could be a special child in your neighborhood waiting to meet you. As the number of children diagnosed with autism grows daily, so does the need for quality providers.
Exceptional Expectations offers competitive rates because the providers deserve good pay for the challenging work they do. We offer one of the highest pay scales and offer frequent raises for those providers who excel in providing therapy and have "exceptional" surveys and evaluations. Starting pay rates are depend on experience and education. You can work 10 hours a week or 40 hours a week, it is up to you.
Providers must be 18 years of age or older to apply.
- Gain valuable and critical experience towards your education and career interest
- You will be a treasured and important resource for children and their family
- Families located throughout the valley
- Create your own flexible schedule
- Competitive pay
- Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and authorized to work in the U.S.
- Must have reliable transportation
- Article 9 Certification
- Valid Identification
- First Aid & CPR Certification
- Reference Letters (3)
Got the job offer? Congratulations!
Here are the documents needed for employment. These must be filled out and/or brought with you to orientation.
You will not be hired until all documents are received and you attend an orientation training, so please come prepared.
Drivers license or state ID
Social security card or birth certificate
3 references - Reference Request Form
Proof of CPR / First Aid
Fingerprint clearance card
Criminal History - must be notarized