Speech Language Pathologist
8450 City Centre Dr Woodbury, MN 55125
PsychPros is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to identify, assess, and provide treatment for children with speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.
Responsible for the establishment and ongoing evaluation of treatment programs, plans of care, goals, and discharge plans for assigned clients as related to speech-language therapy needs in consultation with Program Supervisor.
Makes revision to plans and goals based on the individual needs of clients in consultation with the Clinical Supervisor.
Administers standardized speech and language evaluations.
Provide leadership and assistance in integrating speech-language therapy targets or activities into behavior therapy settings, in consultation with the clinical team. This includes clients on direct caseload as well as indirect clients as needed.
Conducts 30-day and 90-day reviews for all clients. The 90-day review must include an updated Plan of Care.
Completes and submits required documentation within established guidelines.
Develop and maintain current and accurate clinical records.
Provides leadership and training on therapy strategies to Behavior Therapists, Lead Therapists, Clinical Supervisor, and Program Manager and trains as needed.
Participates in ITP planning as applicable.
Provides leadership supervision and/or executes all skilled treatment programs (e.g., sensory diet) as prescribed by the Plan of Care.
Attend meetings with the SPOT Coordinators and/or Chief Executive Officer on a monthly basis.
Speech-Language Pathologists will develop and implement individualized Plans of Care, utilizing methods demonstrated to be evidence-based, for clients, as assigned.
Assist in the development of the Plan of Care and any Prior Authorization information to procure funding for the client’ s Speech-Language Pathology program.
The employee must possess a Master’ s degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Communication Disorders.
The employee must possess a current license to practice Speech-Language Pathology through the Minnesota Department of Health.
An employee with a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) preferred from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association however will highly consider Certificate of Clinical Competence as a Clinical Fellow.
Prior Autism and Pediatric experience preferred.
Autism and Pediatric: 1 year (Preferred)
Master' s (Required)
Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) (Preferred)
License to practice Speech-Language Pathology through the Minnesota Department of Health. (Required)
Competitive Salary and Benefits! Relocation assistance available!
If you are interested in further information, please provide an updated copy of your resume, salary requirements, and a good time to contact you.