Who are we?

Bloomer Health is a therapist and teacher focused Early Intervention agency, that provides services to babies and toddlers aged zero to three years old. Our agency uses an innovative, digital platform built by therapists, for therapists, to modernize and reduce time spent on non-clinical tasks (e.g. onboarding, case management, documentation and billing). We are 100% digital. We actively support the therapist from behind the scenes to ensure smooth delivery of services and, where, possible, help save time on case management. Our platform is further integrated into billing which makes it easy to process, no work for the therapist and allows us to pay you quicker!

At Bloomer Health, we support and mentor providers, by being responsive to each therapists’ unique needs. We have clinical directors for each discipline who, via a robust quality improvement process, are able to provide clinical support to each therapist. We also offer around the clock access to our administrative and technical support teams. You will never feel alone.

Job Description:

The Special Instructor/Educator (SI) will be working one on one with developmentally delayed babies and toddlers who qualify for Early Intervention services. Special Instructors/Educators (SI) are expected to:

  • Utilize their knowledge and skills to help the child reach their milestones and goals.
  • Educate and guide parents and caregivers to ensure carryover between sessions. Prescribed sessions are from one to five times per week for 30 or 60 minutes.
  • They can create their own schedule and workload based on personal availability and preferences.
  • Be a part of a care team that will include the family, care coordinators, other service providers, process case-related documentation and Bloomer Health support staff.


  • A Master's degree in Special Education from an accredited university
  • Valid Teaching Certification: Birth - Grade 2 Students with Disabilities certificate, Teacher of Students with Disabilities, TSSLD or TSHH
  • At least one (1) year of experience working with children aged 0-5 years and their families (preferred)
  • DOH Approval is great, but not a must
  • Ability to independently set and manage a caseload, process documentation in a timely manner and effectively communicate with families and Bloomer Health personnel

Why Work with Us?

  • All of your administrative tasks (from onboarding to case management to documentation) are electronic.
  • Competitive compensation rates and benefits.
  • Build your own flexible and independent schedule.