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SLP CCC – School Speech Language Pathologist

Supplemental Health Care

This is a Contract position in Towson, MD posted May 23, 2019.

Join the Supplemental Health Care team in Maryland by working with one of our top-tier school systems to provide a Speech-Language Pathologist for the upcoming 2019-20 school year starting in August.

The School SLP-CCC will apply their expertise in identifying, evaluating and treating school-aged children, to help students succeed; as every child deserves to learn and thrive without labels or limits Location: Baltimore County Ages: K-12th grade
– your preference will be looked at of Schools: 2-3 is typical Start: As soon as possible Length: Entire 2019-20 school year Pay Rate: Up to $45.00 per hour General Duties for this position as a School Speech Language Pathologist:
– The SLP?s goal is to remediate, improve, or alleviate communication and swallowing problems to help students achieve their maximum potential in learning, social, prevocational/vocational, and recreational activities.

– The school-based Speech-Language Pathologist?s (SLP) focus is the communication abilities of students.

– Provides and directs speech-language services to children ages 0-11 in a variety of early intervention and educational settings.

– SLPs may supervise Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs) in their provision of services to students.

Essential Functions for the school-based Speech-Language Pathologist:
– Provides pre-referral consultations and contribute to initiatives including Response to Intervention (RtI).

– Implements and conducts speech-language therapy treatment to meet goals and objectives in the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), the Individual Educational Plan (IEP), the Individual Transition Plan (ITP), or 504 Plan.

– Identify whether students who fail their screening should be referred for a speech-language evaluation.

– Instructs student, family, and staff in appropriate speech-language procedures or home program to allow carryover of therapeutic remediation and goals in daily activities.

– Presents speech-language assessment results at team meetings.

Supplemental Health Care prides itself in offering industry-leading benefits catered to any situation including Health care, option for Year-around compensation, Share the Care referral program and a 24/7 approach to customer service.

Interested Speech-Language Pathologists can call or text Jim Burris at 469.844.8909 for immediate consideration.