Career Opportunities

Why Work for Arbor Therapy?

Arbor Therapy is fully dedicated to providing an outstanding work experience. We believe that fostering professional growth is a key component to achieving our mission of helping individuals and families because a community filled with competent and caring professionals has a direct impact on the quality of life for anyone requiring Physical/Occupational/Speech Therapies, Feeding Therapy, Respite, Attendant Care and Habilitative services.

Whenever a new employee joins Team Arbor, we make a commitment to investing in their future. No matter where you are in your career when you start as an employee of Arbor, you will have a chance to demonstrate your skills and commitment and pursue opportunities for advancement as your career develops. We offer highly competitive pay for all positions and an excellent benefits package including health/dental, Supplemental insurance, 401(k), paid time off, continued education reimbursement opportunities for eligible full-time staff. Arbor Therapy employees are here because of their passion for helping others, a personal commitment to ongoing education and professional development, and a desire to be part of a special community that cares about you as a person and recognizes the value of the hard work you do every day.

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Join Our Team

We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic individuals to make a positive impact on our growing practice and the clients we serve.

Prospective Therapists:

Contact Director of Rehab: Ricardo Molina
Cell phone: (480)410-1152

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    Prospective Respite/Habilitation/Attendant Care/Day Program Employees

    Contact Director of Support Services: Emily Canackos
    Cell phone: (480)742-2993

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      Prospective Administrative/Office Staff:

      Contact Admin/Intake Supervisor: Gia Hoegh
      Cell phone: (480)406-2676

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        Current Job Openings

        • Speech-Language Pathologist

        Education, Qualifications and Experience
        *Must be a graduate of an accredited Speech-Language Pathology Therapy program
        *Must hold current and active State license/registration where applicable
        *Two year’s experience in Outpatient, long-term care or related setting preferred

        • Must be able to supervise SLPAs
        • OT/COTA-Clinic and Home Health

        Education, Qualifications and Experience
        *Must be a graduate of an accredited Occupational Therapy Assistant/ Occupational Therapy program
        *Must hold current and active State license/registration where applicable
        *One year’s experience in Outpatient, long-term care or related setting preferred

        • Direct Care Worker - Habilitation , Attendant Car, Respite

        Job details
        $12.50- $14.50 an hour (depending on experience)
        Job Type
        Number of hires for this role
        These positions are an on-going need.
        Services to be provided include the following:
        Respite, Attendant Care, and Habilitation
        Full Job Description
        With completely flexible scheduling and the opportunity to grow with us, Arbor Therapy is hiring dedicated, compassionate, and creative individuals to provide aid, instruction, and support to individuals of all ages. We primarily provide homecare-based services to children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities.
        Responsibilities and Duties

        • Assist clients in being a valued member of society by helping them acquire the knowledge and skills needed to do so.
        • Aide in clients achieving and maintaining the highest quality of life possible with the family’s vision of the future in mind.
        • Habilitation is intended to assist clients in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to function successfully in home and community-based settings. Your client will have specific goals that you will work on and track data after working on each goal.
        • Respite is considered quality childcare meant to give the client's caregivers a break. You will be spending time with the client watching movies, playing games, going to the park, etc. while the parent/guardian is out at appointments or spending time doing other things.
        • Attendant Care is taking care of the client’s personal needs, ensuring their health, safety, and happiness. Your client will have specific tasks they need assistance with and you will track these on a data sheet.

        *All of these services are 1:1, and offered in the client’s home. Reliable transportation to your client’s home is necessary.*

        Hiring for positions in:
        Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, and surrounding areas.
        Hiring for part-time morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend hours which can turn into full-time if the applicant desires!
        Why Arbor Therapy?

        • Flexible hours
        • Competitive Pay
        • Referral Bonus
        • Employee mentoring
        • Opportunities for growth


        • Must be at least 18 years of age
        • Must be able to obtain a Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card
        • Have or must be willing to obtain CPR/FA, Article 9, DCW & Prevention and Support trainings
        • Able to positively interact and develop rapport with members and their families
        • Able to maintain a calm, supportive attitude during crisis or potential crisis situations
        • Must have 3 months experience (can be volunteer or professional). Please include on your resume and/or application

        Work Location:

        • Multiple locations

        Work Remotely:

        • No

        COVID-19 Precaution(s):

        • Remote interview process
        • Personal protective equipment provided or required
        Arbor Therapy

        A Letter from the CEO

        I always look forward every time when I get to meet a new employee and say, “Welcome to the Arbor Therapy Team!” I began my career in this field as a direct care provider for Speech Therapy, and once I discovered that passion, I never looked back.

        I felt that I could do more for my community and noticed a great need for Therapy services. That is when I decided to open Arbor Therapy in 2017. It was a small clinic only offering Speech Therapy; as Arbor grew, we branched out and added Occupational and Physical Therapy. Our success at Arbor Therapy is truly from all the hard-working and dedicated staff.

        We now operate three Outpatient pediatric clinics and offer home health and telehealth services. Today I spend every day thinking about how we can improve the lives of children and families in our community, this led me to start a new department, and Arbor Therapy now offers support services such as respite, attendant care, and habilitation.

        As founder and CEO of Arbor Therapy, I’ve had the chance to see the organization evolve since the very beginning.

        The main thing that was driving us was a mission to help as many families as possible and to build an organization with a culture that is inclusive, innovative, inspirational and a lot of fun. We did some things differently from other Outpatient clinics – we didn’t stop our mission of being an active member of our community.

        We knew that there was a need to help others medically and continue to think “outside the box” to sprout Arbor’s growth and longevity. Every community deserves to have an organization whose sole focus is to meet the needs of those children, youth, teens, and adults living with developmental disabilities or who are struggling and requiring therapeutic interventions. That will always be the Primary focus of Arbor Therapy

        Thank you for considering Arbor Therapy as a future home for your career. We look forward to meeting you, and hopefully, soon, I will be able to shake your hand and say, “Welcome to the Arbor Therapy Team!”

        • Amy Grulke, Founder, CEO