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Total Education Solutions
Posted: November 15 2016
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Speech Pathology Assistant
Total Education Solutions (TES) is a leading national provider of outsourced special education and therapeutic services to public, private, and charter schools as well as healthcare organizations throughout California, Michigan, and Ohio. Our professional, multi-disciplinary staff delivers therapeutic services in our family-centered clinics, in schools, at home, and on-line. We also provide a variety of support and management services to the non-profit Institute for the Redesign of Learning.
1. Completion of an Associate's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology Assistingfrom an
Credited institution of higher learning, community college, or equivalent program.
2. A passing score on a competency test approved by the Board or Examiners.
General Description of Job:
To provide prescribed speech therapy services for children ages birth to three who are participating in the Early Intervention Program under the direction and supervision of a qualified Speech-Language Pathologist in accordance with the established plan of care and IFSP. The SLP-A will also provided speech therapy services for pediatric clients within the clinic setting as well.
Technical / Professional Skills:
1. Current knowledge of principles and practice of Speech-Language Pathology.
2. Knowledge of client teaching/therapeutic techniques.
3. Some knowledge of Early Intervention.
1. Carry out the speech therapy plan of care including exercise/treatment programs, functional activities and family education to improve functional abilities and activities of daily living.
2. Instruct, motivate and assist client/caregiver/family with a home program of exercises and self-care activities.
3. Observe, record and report to the Speech-Language Pathologist and client response and/or changes in condition.
4. Prepare documentation for the client’s clinical record in compliance with company policies, state/federal regulations and professional standards of practice.
5. Coordinate care by communicating with team members, both verbally and written and attending case conferences and meetings as necessary.
6. Participate in quality assurance activities as suggested by supervising personnel.
7. Participate in in-service education programs as requested.
We offer a schedule flexibility, competitive pay, and a stress free work environment. We are seeking SLPs who are competent, compassionate, and committed! JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY!