We are always seeking interested candidates to join our dynamic team-oriented private speech-language clinic. We evaluate and treat pediatric clients and some adults with a variety of speech, language, and cognitive disorders. Our clients present with a variety of etiologies and communication disorders. We are focused on client care and family inclusion in order to build our clients’ communication skills to their optimal levels.
We offer a supportive, enriching and collaborative working environment which promotes partnership, brainstorming, and mentoring. Clinical and administrate staff work closely together. Our shared goals are to improve our clients’ lives through enriching their communication skills, educate families, and continually strengthen and broaden our own skills as speech-language providers or support staff.
See below for the job qualifications and responsibilities for those SLPs interested in growing in their career and joining a team environment.
Speech and Language Pathologist Responsibilities:
• Perform comprehensive diagnostic evaluations on children, adolescents, and/or adults. Analyze, interpret, and document evaluation results.
• Develop patient care plan with short and long-term goals.
• Maintain all records in compliance with regulations, reimbursement requirements, and job responsibilities.
• Plan and provide individual and/or group therapy according to individual needs and goals.
• Perform routine documentation of client performance, adjusting goals and treatment as needed, and determine discharge care plans as appropriate.
• Provide family education and training to assist in carryover of skills into a client’s daily living environment.
• Communicate with other professionals such as physicians, psychologists, social workers, behavior therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and recreation therapists, with signed release of information.
• Team with parent and/or other team members in a therapy session, as appropriate.
• Make appropriate referrals for additional services such as psychiatry, psychology, dentistry, audiology, behavior therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and educational therapy.
• Maintain compliance with state and federal policies, California state board for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers, and ASHA.
• Supervise aides/volunteers, other Speech-Language Pathologists and/or Speech-Language Pathology Assistants as assigned
• Participate in in-services and/or parent education training programs, as appropriate.
• Master’s Degree in speech-language pathology/communicative disorders or equivalent from an accredited college or university
• Valid California License as a Speech-Language Pathologist issued from the California Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board.
• Two or more years of experience preferred, but a strong candidate with less experience will be considered. Pediatric experience required.
• Strong CF’s may be considered.