The Speech-Language Pathologist evaluates, establishes, and implements treatment programs for patients within the school setting. The Speech-Language Pathologist must have the ability to support a safe environment.
No minimum experience required
Evaluates patient speech, language, cognitive/communicative, and oral-pharyngeal status, meeting established standards.
Plans and implements effective and appropriate treatment so that functional outcomes are achieved.
Completes documentation, meeting departmental standards for content, accuracy, and timeliness.
Includes family/caregiver in patient care and provides effective education and documentation appropriate for learning needs of patient and family.
Provides supervision to Speech-Language Pathology Aides, Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Fellow/Paid Clinical Experience, Speech-Language Pathology interns, and students as assigned.
Demonstrates competencies that incorporate age-specific guidelines, including Early Childhood (1-5 years), but may need to assist Late Childhood (5-13 years), and Adolescent (13-17 years) as well.
For immediate consideration, send your updated resume and three (3) references to firstname.lastname@example.org