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Per Diem Speech Therapist – Speech and Hearing
- Evaluates and treats patients with neurogenic speech language/swallowing impairment; communicates findings to members of the Rehab team via participation in patient conferences and in written reports.
- Recommends diets, and performs modified barium swallow studies
- Provides patients, families and caregivers with ongoing counseling regarding the nature of swallowing and communication disorders and their ramifications for functional performance.
- Determines appropriate tasks to be undertaken by Speech students.
- Orders treatment materials as appropriate, with budgetary considerations in mind.
- Institutes speech pathology in-service training programs for inter-disciplinary staff.
- Formulates and implements group therapy programs to address the needs of communication-impaired patients and their families in the community.
- Consults with and establishes liaisons with existing senior citizen centers, stroke clubs, and organizations for the head-injured, for the purposes of education, information-sharing, development of appropriate community programs, referrals and follow-up.
- Designs appropriate PI instrument and participates in performance improvement. Acts as a member of the PI committee as assigned by the Chief Speech Therapist or Therapy Manager.
- Maintains accurate patient treatment/attendance statistics.
- Assures public relations within the community. Promotes profession at universities and colleges.
- Participates in progress development for Rehab unit and speech department.
- Master’s degree in speech-language pathology
- New Grad or Clinical Fellowship Year
- New York State Speech-Language Pathologist License or Clinical Fellowship Year*
- Name: Speech-Pathology (1 Year)
- Issuing Agency: Department of Health / Office of Professions
- Licensing and Certification Requirements
- Name: Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) (1 Year)
- Issuing Agency: American Speech Language Hearing Association
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