Job Title: Per Diem Audiologist
Examines and provides remedial services for patients with speech and hearing disorders. Performs research related speech and language problems.
- Administers hearing or speech/language evaluations, tests, or examinations to patients to collect information on type and degree of impairment.
- Conducts or directs research and reports findings on speech or hearing topics to develop procedures, technology, or treatments.
- Evaluates hearing and speech/language test results and medical or background information to determine hearing or speech impairment and treatment.
- Counsels and instructs patients in techniques to improve speech or hearing impairment, including sign language.
- Plans and conducts prevention and treatment programs for patients' hearing or speech problems.
- Records and maintains reports of speech or hearing research or treatments.
- Refers patients to additional medical or educational services if needed.
- Advises educators or other medical staff on speech or hearing topics.
- Participates in conferences or training to update or share knowledge of new hearing disorder treatment methods or technology.
- Master's degree in Audiology
- NY State license in Audiology
- Certificate of Clinical competence in Audiology issued by the American Speech and Hearing Association
- 1 year experience in Audiology or combination of experience and related education
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