Our Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia & Learning Disorders is named for Dr. Lucius Waites, who in 1965 established a program at Scottish Rite to identify and treat children with learning disorders, primarily dyslexia. The World Federation of Neurology met at Scottish Rite for Children in 1968 and formulated the first consensus definition of developmental dyslexia. Our Center for Dyslexia is now internationally recognized in the field of learning disorders.
The Dyslexia, Assessment Specialist will administer and interpret individualized psycho-educational evaluations with school-age children and provide clinical consultation with their families.
Masters- or Ph.D.-level applicants with level B test qualifications and who have experience with evaluation, diagnosis and evidence-based/best practice recommendations for learning disorders are encouraged to apply. School psychologists, clinical psychologists, educational diagnosticians, licensed professional counselors and pediatric speech-language pathologists will be considered.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include - comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage; 403(B) with company match; short and long-term disability plans; PTO (vacation, holidays and sick benefits).
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About Scottish Rite for Children
Scottish Rite for Children is one of the nation's leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions and sports injuries, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. The Psychology Department assists children and their families with congenital and acquired health-related orthopedic conditions, neurology, rheumatology and related disorders.