Speech/Language Pathology Aide
Must have worked under a Speech-Language Pathology for two years as a SLPA or have an SLPA license from an accredited college.
In order to work under the supervision of a licensed speech/language pathologist or audiologist, the speech/language pathology assistant shall possess the following qualifications:
- Be at least 18 years of age;
- Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent
- Good moral character
- Communication skills adequate for the tasks assigned;
- Ability to relate to the clinical population being served and
- Additional qualifications may be established according to the needs of the program and the population served.
Identified supervisor(s) and under the general supervision of the Executive Director.
Maintains confidentiality with all aspects of our program.
- Developmental screenings
- Provide prescribed speech therapy sessions, under the supervision of a speech language pathologist to children birth through age five that demonstrate a developmental delay, injury or disabling condition
- Maintain therapy schedule with individual students/groups of students.
- Monitor and report student’s problems, performance, and progress to the supervising SLP
- With recommendations, guidance and approval of the SLP the aide can write, develop and modify client treatment plans.
- Provide accurate documentation of therapy sessions/results
- Will attend required meetings
- Will travel as required to meet scheduled assignments.
- Will adopt/adapt a data collection system for the highest priority objectives for each child.
- Adhere to established policies, procedures and regulations of the facility.
- Be an advocate for children and families.
Speech and Language Pathologist
- Licensed/Certified Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Wyoming
- Successful experience as a Speech and Language Pathologist
- Willingness and ability to travel
- Good public relations
- Work as part of a team to evaluate speech and language deficiencies, using appropriate diagnostic techniques, includes submitting a written report summarizing the results of the evaluation within the guidelines of IDEA.
- Interpret speech and language evaluation results to staff and parents
- Assist team in developing and implementing Individual Educational Programs (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP), including specific materials and teaching methods within the guidelines of IDEA
- Prepare for meetings by entering proper documentation on special education forms
- Conduct MDT/IEP/IFSP meetings as assigned
- Adopt/Adapt a data collection system for the highest priority objectives for each child
- Maintain and ensure each child’s monthly therapy notes are completed
- Coordinate services with other agencies involved in the child’s program, such as PHN, DFS, local school districts, etc. as assigned
- Comply with state and federal regulations as prescribed in PL 94-142, Part B and Part C Rules and Regulations and Department of Family Services (DFS) Rules and Regulations
- Be an advocate for children and families