LOCATION: Providence, RI, United States
Speech Language Pathologist SLP
We are currently seeking a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) for a part-time (10 hours/week) position working with middle school students in the Providence, RI area. Eligible candidates must be licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the state of Rhode Island, have up-to-date clearances, and previous experience working with 10-15 year olds. There is potential for extra hours with make up time.
- Must be a licensed/certified Speech-Language Pathologist in the state of Rhode Island.
- Must have a Master’s Degree.
- Previous experience working with 10-15 year olds.
- Must have current, up-to-date clearances.
- Identifying children’s developmental speech and communication difficulties/disorders.
- Assessing and treating swallowing and communication difficulties arising from a range of causes devising, implementing and revising relevant treatment programs.
- Assessing communication environments.
- Monitoring and evaluating clients’ progress.
- Working with clients on a one-to-one basis, and in groups, to deliver therapy.
- Writing and maintaining confidential client case notes and reports, as well as information for clients, caregivers and other professionals.
- Coordinates speech-language services with student services provided by other school personnel.
- Maintains records of the speech-language program and prepares progress reports as required.
- Conducts speech and language screenings, evaluations, re-evaluations, additional testing, and assessments as required.
- Obtains additional diagnostic information from appropriate persons and available records for speech-language purposes.Consultation and collaboration.
- Conduct collaborative assessments using evidence-based practices to identify students with communication disorders, as well as inform instruction and intervention.
- Address personal, social, emotional, academic, and vocational needs which impact educational goals.
- Assist in development, reevaluation, and continued support in students’ Individual Education Programs (IEP’s).
- Support the interrelationships across the language processes of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
- Family-school collaboration services.
- Recognition and respect of diversity in development and learning.
- Legal, ethical, and professional practices in compliance with federal and state mandates, as well as local policies concerning performance.