Speech/Language Pathology Aide

CREDENTIALS:

Must have worked under a Speech-Language Pathology for two years as a SLPA or have an SLPA license from an accredited college.

QUALIFICATIONS:

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.


REPORTS TO:

Identified supervisor(s) and under the general supervision of the Executive Director.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Maintains confidentiality with all aspects of our program.


General Responsibilities:

  • 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

Credentials:

  • Licensed/Certified Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Wyoming


Qualifications:

  • Successful experience as a Speech and Language Pathologist
  • Willingness and ability to travel
  • Good public relations


Performance Responsibilities:

  • 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
 

More information on each opening is listed on our website www.cdsfc.org

Please send resume to P.O. Box 593, Lander, WY 82520 or email [email protected]org Please or call 332-5508/856-4337 or visit our website www.cdsfc.org for an application.

Closing date: until position filled

C.D.S. is an E.O.E.

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