Oct 08, 2019
Description: Perform speech and language evaluations Provide direct therapy Supervise Speech Language Pathologist Assistants Prepare required reports Write discharge summaries upon request Assesses students' communication skills (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice, expressive and receptive language, etc.) for the purpose identifying communication disorders, determining program eligibility and developing recommendations for treatment. Collaborates with a variety of groups and/or individuals (e.g. parents, teachers, physicians, administration, maintenance personnel, team members, other professionals, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, resolving issues and providing services in compliance with established guidelines. Coordinates meetings and processes for eligible students (e.g. testing/screening, parent conferences, pre-referral staffing, etc.) for the purpose of presenting evaluation results, developing treatment plans, and/or providing training to parents/students/staff. Develops treatment plans, interventions and/or educational materials for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of communication disorders in compliance with regulatory requirements. Instructs assigned support staff for the purpose of providing information on communicative disorders, use of assistive devices and feeding techniques and/or implementing prescribed treatment plans. Instructs eligible students in the use of appropriate communication technologies (e.g. hearing aids, FM systems, augmentative communication devices, etc.) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders in accordance with established guidelines and legal requirements. Interprets medical reports within the scope of Speech/Language Pathologists experience and goals for the purpose of providing information and/or ensuring that treatment/intervention plans are appropriate. Maintains files and/or records (e.g. progress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance. Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars (e.g. training, IEPs, team meetings, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information. Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit. Performs site visits at multiple work sites including home visits for the purpose of providing therapy and assistance as required. Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.g. activity logs, correspondence, memos, treatment plans, Medicaid billings, reports, required documentation, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference, and/or conveying information. Provides speech and language therapy to students for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of speech and language disorders on student success. Competencies: Adapting to Changing Work Priorities Time Management Flexibility Excellent Communication Skills Utilizing Specialized Equipment in Communication Disorders Confidentiality Working with a Team Attention to Detail Self-development .
36 weeks of full-time (35 hours per week) experience (or the equivalent part-time experience), totaling a minimum of 1260 hours. Part-time work can be completed, as long as the clinical fellow works more than 5 hours per week. Working more than 35 hours per week will not shorten the minimum requirement of 36 weeks. Mentoring by an individual holding ASHA certification in speech-language pathology. A score of "3" or better on the core skills in the final segment of the experience, as rated by the Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship (SLPCF) mentor using the SLP Clinical Fellowship Skills Inventory (CFSI) form. 80% of time must be spent in direct clinical contact (assessment/diagnosis/evaluation, screening, treatment, report writing, family/client consultation, and/or counseling) related to the management of disordered that fit within the ASHA Speech and Language Pathology Scope of Practice . Submission of an approvable CF Report and Rating Form. Required Education and Experience : Job related experience within Speech. Masters degree in Speech. Obtain and maintain Safety Care Training Certification Preferred: 1-2 years of experience working with pediatric population. Physical Demands: This is a stationary position that requires frequent sitting or standing, repetitive wrist motions, grasping, speaking, listening, close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. It also may require occasional lifting, carrying, walking, climbing, kneeling, bending/stooping, twisting, pulling/pushing, walking, bending, stooping, and reaching above the shoulder. Employees in this position must be physically able to efficiently perform the essential functions of the position. Reasonable accommodations will be provided to assist or enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position, upon request. Work Environment: Work is performed in an office and clinical environment. Work may be stressful at times due to a busy office or clinic environment with patients. Interaction with others is constant and interruptive. Disclaimer The above statements reflect general functions of this job and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all work requirements inherent in this job. The immediate supervisor may elaborate on or add to the above list if the duties come within the employees realm of responsibility. Hopebridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, arrest record or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
Professional Diversity Network
Jeffersonville, IN, USA