Summary: To provide professional level speech-language pathology services for Guild's youth day and residential students.
- Provide screening of speech/language communication skills as part of the student intake process.
- Provide supervision of assessments of all students’ speech and language level of functioning.
- Develop individual and small group communication programs.
- Provide consultation and staff training of projected programs.
- Implement individual and/or group communication programs.
- Provide pre- and in-service training.
- Supervise/monitor the implementation of programs.
- Supervise the Speech and Language Pathology Assistant.
- May serve as a member of the Behavior Plan Review Committee (BPRC).
- Able to restrain students during crisis intervention procedures.
- Able to transport students to and from community activities.
- Yearly formal and/or informal assessment of:
- Receptive language
- Expressive language
- Social language
- Auditory processing/memory
- Augmentative/Alternative Communication needs
- Symbol set selection
- Oro-facial mechanism
- Complete speech and language evaluation and reevaluation reports.
- Complete and implement individual education/service plans
- ASHA Certification of Clinical Competence required
- A minimum of a Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology
- Experience with behavioral/mental health needs preferred
- Experience with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) preferred
- Sign language skills preferred
Required experience: 1 year and up
Required education: Master’s