Speech Language Pathologist
Company: The Monarch Institute
Posted on: September 23, 2022
REPORTS TO THE LSSP
The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) performs comprehensive speech
therapy services to Monarch School students/families and outpatient
clients from the greater community. The SLP is considered a member
of the Therapy Services Department and reports directly to the Sr.
Director of Clinical Services and Training.
Minimum of a Master's Degree in Communication Disorders, from an
accredited speech-language pathology program.
Current speech-language pathologist license issued from the Texas
State Committee of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and
Must have a minimum of 2 years' experience, working with children
with neurological differences.
ASHA certification preferred.
DIR-- training and experience preferred.
Demonstrates commitment to The Monarch School mission and
Understands and supports the implementation of the Monarch
Develops a comprehensive Speech/Language treatment plan for
students/clients based on evidence-based evaluation instruments and
Collects data and documents performance on goals/objectives.
Maintains timely and comprehensive clinical records. Reports
clients' progress in designated format, i.e., progress notes,
progress reports and parent and faculty communications at specific
intervals and in a timely manner.
Assists clients in preparation of insurance reimbursement
Consults collegially with Monarch School faculty on the behalf of
the student/client, for Speech/Language/Communication issues.
Provides strategies and carry-over activities for the home and/or
Participates in continuing professional education for the
improvement of the school and institute.
Keeps licensure/certification current and documented with HR.
Provides training and guidance to students and interns.
Enthusiastically supports the Development office by introducing
friends to the Monarch School and Institute, and supporting events
throughout the year by attendance and solicitation.
The certified and licensed speech-language pathologist shall abide
by the Texas Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
rules relating to scope of practice and ethics.
The position requires occasional to frequent lifting up to 25-50
pounds; prolonged standing frequent walking, stooping and
squatting. Fine hand dexterity, eye-hand coordination, the ability
to receive oral and written communication, and to communicate
verbally and in writing are also necessary. The visual ability to
monitor instruments, computers and equipment, recognize
alphanumeric characters, distinguish colors and observe physical
characteristics are essential to this position.
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