Speech Language Pathologist

Location: Greenfield, NH
Great opportunity for a Speech Language Pathologist in the southern area of New Hampshire. The position is a unique bled of industry expertise, a committed desire to try new things, a team-focused attitude.

New Graduates are welcomed to apply
Offering housing onsite which can be used until permanent housing can be secured.

Responsibilities of the Speech Language Pathologist:
• Provides direct and group therapy sessions to students.
• Establishes and maintains rapport with a variety of students, as dictated by caseload.
• Plans instruction for fostering communication and social interaction, in a variety of environments, with multiple communication partners.
• Integrates communication, social interaction, cognition, and adaptive function goals within the academic curriculum, residential setting, and vocational setting (where appropriate).
• Develops and/or implements instructional strategies and materials that are responsive to the characteristics, needs, and interests of each student.
• Demonstrates understanding of the implications of developmental and intellectual disabilities and the impact on learning. 
• Demonstrates knowledge in the purposes and applications of AAC systems.
• Demonstrates knowledge of disorders of spoken language and literacy and their links to each other and to related communication disorders. 
• Demonstrates knowledge of characteristics and challenges of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in social communication, language, literacy, related cognitive skills, behavior, and emotional regulation.
• Demonstrates knowledge of the dynamic relationship between communication and behavior.
• Incorporates basic medical information into the selection and implementation of comprehensive intervention procedures. 
• Demonstrates knowledge of normal, age-appropriate language, socio-communicative, and cognitive-communicative abilities. .
• Demonstrates understanding of the AAC assessment process. 
• Demonstrates awareness of prognostic indicators for functional natural speech and language. 
• Develops and tracks progress toward student-specific treatment goals, including the generation of associated documentation. 
• Writes measureable student-specific goals and objectives/benchmarks for student IEPs.
 • Responds to team member concerns in a timely and effective manner. 
• Demonstrates competency in business practices
• Demonstrates basic understanding of funding sources and their impact on clinical services. 
• Demonstrates understanding of the impact of productivity and efficiency on the financial viability of the organization and department as well as their effect on the value associated with clinical services. Meets productivity requirements. 
• Follows appropriate service delivery models including the establishment, maintenance, and adherence to an efficient schedule.
• Continues to develop competency areas, as defined by ASHA competency check-lists, in the areas of AAC; Autism; Language, socio-communicative, and/or cognitive-communication impairments; MR/DD; Supervision of Assistants; and Swallowing and Feeding. 

Requirements of the Speech Language Pathologist:

• Current NH State license, in the field of Speech-Language Pathology. 
• Current ASHA CCC.

This facility sits on top of a beautiful mountain and offers hiking, skiing, unique restaurants and shops, theater antiques,  and state parks.  

 
 
Regards,
 
Stacey Soilis
Full Cycle Healthcare Recruiter
Healthcare Employment Partners
Direct Line:
561 409-5777
Toll free: 855 423-7633
 ext. 200
Fax: 855 423-7634
stacey@hcepartners.com
www.hcepartners.com
   

   

 
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