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Speech Language Pathologist At The Manchester School District
Global Empire, LLC (GHG) is a Healthcare Staffing Company specialized in providing reliable and qualified healthcare professionals for Government contracts nationwide.
We are seeking qualified Speech Language Pathologists for an available contract opportunity to provide special education services to the student body at the Manchester, School District in NH.
Available Positions: 8 to 10 Speech Language Pathologists to work 32.5 hours per week each, following the Manchester School District school calendar for the school year of 175 days, beginning on September 5, 2017.
Summer Schedule: During the summer period, beginning on or about July 10, 2017 and concluding on or about August 10, 2017, the District anticipates the need for part-time therapists to provide approximately 133 individual half-hour units and 135 group half-hour units.
Principal Duties and
Provide Speech Language Therapy Services to students with disabilities based on student Individual Education Programs (IEPs)..
Providers must have a current, full and unrestricted New Hampshire license to practice Speech and Language therapy services.
Expertise in American Sign Language, Assistive Technology and Applied Behavior Analysis are desired.
Bilingual Speech Language Pathologists are also desired.
Speech Language Pathologist
Twin Pines, Macon
ASAP-Completion bonus –Critically Urgent
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide direct patient care and support activities which
build and maintain a TheraEx Rehabilitation Center.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Provides treatment programs to maximize speech,
language, cognitive, and swallowing abilities within each patient’s structural or
functional limitations: evaluates and treats patients, communicates with families,
physicians and other interdisciplinary team members, documents services in the
medical records. Contributes to professional development of self and others.
Enhances interdisciplinary team through professional skills and knowledge.
Demonstrates safe working practices.
- Provides patient treatments, which meet patient needs, and uses current
treatment knowledge in accordance with TheraEx Rehabilitation clinical
procedures. This includes but is not limited to:
Developing effective plan of treatment and obtaining appropriate approvals
from referring physician.
Utilizing appropriate evaluation tools and completing accurate evaluations.
Communicating with supervisor and other health team members regarding
patient progress, Performing accurate, comprehensive evaluations.
problems, and plans.
Instructing patients’ families or nursing staff in specified follow through
Interviewing patients and families regarding previous level of functioning and
life style and current and future expectations.
Demonstrating knowledge of appropriate resources for problem-solving and
clinical best practice.
Evaluating patients within facility-specific time frame.
Supervising Clinical Fellow and other SLPs in direct patient care and patient
- Writes accurate, complete, and clear documentation in accordance with
TheraEx Rehabilitation, regulatory, licensing, payor, and accrediting
requirements. This includes but is not limited to:
Recording Resident Needs Reviews, evaluations, daily treatment notes,
progress notes, and discharge summaries in accordance with TheraEx
Recording treatment charges and insuring that documentation is consistent
with billing data.
Writing specific, objective documentation, which is outcome oriented and
details the patient’s needs, potential to benefit from treatment, and progress
achieved to date. Includes specific, objective measurable goals.
Managing Medicare Medical Review and Denials process in conjunction with
Director of Rehabilitation, the TheraEx Reimbursement Department, and
Acquiring and documenting consents/approvals for treatment when necessary.
- Consistently demonstrates TheraEx Rehabilitation interdisciplinary
approach to patient care. This includes but is not limited to:
Integrating findings of other members of the interdisciplinary team in treatment
assessment and recommendations.
Integrating input from patient and family in treatment assessment and
Preparing for and providing meaningful contributions to the rehab team
conferences, patient care conferences, utilization review meetings, family
conferences, and caregiver training sessions.
Collaborating with and informing facility staff in areas of patient progress.
Educating members of the team in areas of expertise.
Working with facility to teach documentation practices, which assist the
Communicating effectively with discharge planners.
- Contributes to professional development of self and others. This includes
but is not limited to:
Utilizing continuing education assistance to achieve targeted quality
Interacting with peer therapist at local acute hospitals and other environments,
Presenting effectively at weekly rehab team conferences, facility in-services,
and professional conferences.
Maintaining current body of knowledge in areas of clinical expertise through
seminars, professional journals, and peers.
Meeting continuing education requirements of regulatory agencies.
- Aids in building and maintaining TheraEx Rehabilitation’s reputation as
the unparalleled provider of rehab to the elderly by contribution as a
professional member of the staff. This includes but is not limited to:
Consistently demonstrating TheraEx Rehabilitation core values in interacting
with co-workers, patients and families, with all other persons involved with the
patient’s care, and the general public.
Consistently demonstrating professional standards as outlined in the TheraEx
Rehabilitation Employee Handbook and as communicated by TheraEx
Contributing to a positive work team by sharing information, using problemsolving
methods and accepting new ideas, criticism, or advice from others.
Actively participating in and supporting marketing activities as introduced by
facility and TheraEx Rehabilitation.
Demonstrating superior customer service through courtesy, consistent followup
and positive communication.
- Demonstrates safe working practices. This includes but is not limited to:
Identifying and correcting safety hazards or notifying the facility or the Director
of Rehabilitation so that safety hazards will be immediately remedied.
Maintaining work areas in safe and orderly fashion.
Maintaining equipment in safe working order.
Using proper body mechanics during treatments of patients and during support
Using universal safety precautions.
Wearing appropriate safety equipment (i.e., gloves when in contact with the
- Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge in Speech-Language Pathology evaluation and treatment as they
relate to medically based speech, language, and swallowing disorders.
Ability to supervise and direct assistants and aides. Knowledge of medical
Ability to work with all types and levels of staff and patients.
Must successfully complete TheraEx Rehabilitation clinical screening.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited SLP
2-3 years experience in a skilled nursing facility rehab environment or
equivalent preferred. Rehab experience required.
- Physical Requirements:
For Direct Patient Care:
Speech-Language Pathologist will spend approximately 60-80% of time
stooping, and reaching while working with therapy patients.
Must be able to perform CPR, if required.
For Support Activities:
Speech-Language Pathologist will spend approximately 5-10% of time sitting
at desk or terminal entering data.
Speech-Language Pathologist Certificate of Clinical Competence.
Current CPR certification, if required.
Current state Speech-Language Pathology license or license candidate under
Some facilities may require current state driver’s license.
Speech Language Pathologist
MTX Therapy Servicesis seeking aSpeech Language Pathologistfor aTravel 13 week position
in anLong Term Care settingin theTucson, Arizonaarea.
- Current State license or the ability to obtain
- At least 1 year recent related experience
at 800-918-7700, visit our websitewww.mtxgroup.comor click here to email your resume!
Speech Language Pathologist - $10,000 Sign-On Bonus
(Only QUALIFIED Healthcare Professionals accepted) Speech Language Pathologist
Master's or Doctorate degree in Speech and Language Pathology
New Mexico Speech and Language Pathology License required
1+ years of experience required
Inpatient Pediatric experience preferred and strong background in dysphagia.
Primary Job Functions
Evaluates, diagnoses, implements care plans and develops short and long term goals for patients with speech/language or dysphagia disorders.
Continuously reassesses care plans and goals.
Educates and instructs regarding home programs and preventive measures as appropriate to patient, family, and others.
Prepares written documentation as required by the profession, regulatory agencies and the department in a timely manner.
Communicates with patient, family, physician, and other healthcare providers regarding patient care.
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Speech Language Pathologist
Immediate opening for Licensed or License eligible Speech Language Pathologist to perform Evaluations and provide services for children with Autism, ADHD, other Behavioral Disorders and Developmental Delays, We service a population ages birth to 21, with most being in the 2-12 year range. We are open weekdays 8am-6pm so scheduling can be very flexible.
I currently have one SLP Intern working on her Master's degree who is a trained ABA therapist and can assist with sessions as needed. My currrent full time SLP is getting ready to resume her full time position in the school system but she is excited to return at the end of the school year for the summer. I anticipate that with our current rate of growth we will have hired at least one more SLP by then.
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Speech Language Pathologist | SLP - Floater
- Screening patients
- Performing evaluations and developing initial and interim treatment and discharge plans
- Documenting progress toward identified objectives
- Overseeing Clinical Fellowship Year Clinicians (SLP-CFY's)
- Developing and implementing new program/techniques to enhance speech therapy services.
- Conducting patient and family education
- Delivering quality speech therapy services
- Putting patient service first
We look forward to working with you!
Discipline: Speech Language Pathologist- SLP
Job Type: Full-Time Permanent Placement
Salary: Competitive Compensation and Benefits Package
Start Date: ASAP
Float Position / Incentives Offered
Part-Time Speech And Language Pathologist For SNF
This Skilled Nursing Facility in Ukiah, CA is seeking a part-time Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) to provide specialty services to their rehabilitation patients. The patients come to the facility from neighboring hospitals for our specialty therapy services such as: Aphasia Management, Voice Treatment Programs, Aural Rehabilitation and Swallowing Dysfunction therapy.
We are seeking a highly motivated, compassionate and caring individual to join this facility and the exceptional team of therapists.
The Corporate company is highly acclaimed and dedicated toward providing their valued patients with the best and most compassionate care in each and every one of their facilities. They also believe in providing their staff with exceptional working conditions, benefits and opportunities for personal and professional advancement.
Evaluating and treating of patients
Documenting progress toward identified objectives
Attending facility meetings as needed
Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Speech & Language Pathology.
Must be licensed or eligible to obtain license in California.
Geriatric experience is preferred.
Speech Language Pathologist
- Salary, Comprehensive Benefit and Retirement Programs etc.
- Shift - M-F days
- This is direct hire role.
Who Will Be a Great Fit?
- Must have a Degree in Speech and Language Pathology
- Must have a State of Massachusetts license from the Board of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.
- CPR certification is required.
- 2+ years experience providing speech and language services in a community setting.
- 2+ years experience of clinical experience in a home care setting.
Speech-Language Pathologist | Home Health | Pediatrics | SW Houston
Speech-language Pathologist | Home Health | Pediatrics | SW HoustonWe have an immediate need for a Speech-language Pathologist (CCC-SLP) who is seeking a PRN to full-time position with an established home health agency and willing to build a full-time case load. The successful candidate will provide speech-language pathology services to pediatric patients located around SW Houston area.
Job DescriptionAs a Speech-language Pathologist, you will responsible for the evaluation, development and implementation of effective patient treatment plans to restore, compensate or adapt for loss of patient function and planning and administering medically prescribed therapy treatments in accordance with federal, state and professional standards.
- Provide speech-language pathology therapy services to pediatric patients, including treatments, evaluations and assistant supervision.
- Service SW Houston and surrounding area.
- Graduate of an ASHA accredited school
- Texas therapy license
- BLS/CPR certification
- Feeding/swallowing experience preferred
- Must be willing to supervise
- Must be Bilingual
Compensation and Benefits
- Competitive pay, including salary for full-time employees
- Performance bonus program
- Health, Dental, Vision insurance (100% premium paid by employer, 50% premium paid by employer for employee’s dependents)
- Life Insurance (100% premium paid by employer)
- Supplemental insurance available with premium discounts
- 401(k) with employer matching program
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Generous car allowance
- Generous Cellphone allowance
- Opportunities for career advancement
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Temporary/Supplemental Staff Schedule: Monday – Friday
September, 2017 – December, 2017
Staff Requested: 1 To cover for Medical Leave Department: Pathology Laboratory Pathology Assistant Information Gross Examination and dissection of surgical specimens and inter-operative frozen sections.
Credentials: PA (ASCP) Certification Graduate of a NACLS approved pathology assistant program.
Computer Skills: Familiarity with Lab Information systems (CoPath)
Years of Experience: Prefer 2 – 5 years
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