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Physical / Special Education Coach / Trainer - PART TIME
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
2) Education in the field of Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, Psychology, Early Childhood Development, (Special) Education, Sports Medicine, ABA, OT, PT, Speech, etc. 2) Education in the field of Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, Psychology, Early Childhood Development, (Special) Education, Sports Medicine, ABA, OT, PT, Speech, etc.
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FULL TIME Special Educator W / Experience - Director in Education Center
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
A four-year college degree in one of the following areas: Education, Psychology, Exercise Science, or Social Work. Our program helps children with social, academic, and behavioral issues including learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, autism/Asperger's, processing disorders, OCD, & Tourette's.
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