Sumlar Therapy is looking for
dedicated therapists who share our goal of providing
excellent service to children with special needs. As an
employee of Sumlar Therapy you’ll have the opportunity
to enhance the lives of children while working in an
interdisciplinary, supportive environment. Sumlar
Therapy offers competitive compensation, flexible
scheduling, and a full benefits package. We have
opportunities for Licensed Therapists in PT, OT, and
Speech as well as Licensed Assistants in all three
fields. New graduates are welcome. Sumlar Therapy is
committed to training therapists new to the field of
BCBS Health Insurance and Prescription Plan
401K Retirement Plan
Paid Time Off for Full-time and Part-time Therapists
CEU Reimbursements for Full-Time and Part-Time Therapists
AFLAC Supplemental Insurance Policies available at group rates
Family-friendly hours; enjoy flexibility every day; no weekends or
Full-time, Part-time, and PRN positions available
(FULL OR PART TIME)
(FULL OR PART TIME)
Applicants may send resumes to:
Kristin@sumlartherapy.com or call 334-445-6336
Sumlar Therapy is committed to
supporting the education of physical therapy,
occupational therapy, and speech language pathology
interns at the graduate level. We also offer internship
opportunities for Physical Therapist Assistant and
Occupational Therapist Assistant students. Internships
are available in pediatric therapy in the clinic, the
schools, and early intervention. Many interns will have
the opportunity to participate in hippotherapy and
aquatic therapy. Contact your program’s clinical
coordinator to find out if your school has established a
partnership with Sumlar Therapy.
If you are interested in learning
more about pediatric therapies, or you are needing
volunteer hours, please visit our clinic to learn more
about pediatric physical, occupational, and speech
therapy. Please review the following guidelines and
call the clinic to schedule your visit.
The policies for volunteers/students are as follows:
- Confidentiality is very
important to all of our patients and families.
Identifying information such as names and diagnoses
are not to be used outside of the facility. You
must sign a confidentiality form upon your arrival
to the clinic.
- Volunteers may not be able to
observe each therapy session, due to comfort levels
of patients and families. Please check with treating
therapist before observing a session.
- Be prepared to interact with
the patient as you may be asked to assist during the
therapy session. Please dress accordingly.
- Dress Code: Long shorts,
pants, or jeans; short-sleeve shirts or longer
sleeves; no visible skin at waistline—shirts must
over waistbands; tennis shoes; modest jewelry;
close-fitting jackets and coats in winter; no
skirts, no loose clothing
- If questions arise, please
wait until after the session to ask the therapist.
For respect of patient, please to not ask questions
in front them as this can be disruptive to the
- Volunteers/interns (especially
those with 25 hours or more of observation) will be
expected to assist with cleaning and/or clerical
tasks. Therapist or volunteer coordinator will
- Volunteers are responsible for
keeping an updated log of their own hours if needed.
Please fill out and bring the Confidentiality
Statement with you on your first day.
to download the form.