Speech Language Pathologist
- Job Type
Job Summary To provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for the students who may be speech and/or language impaired
Essential Functions 1.Complete speech/language evaluations and augmentative communication evaluations, as appropriate, for children ages three through twenty-one. 2. Attend Multi Disciplinary Review meetings to interpret speech/language evaluations and to provide prescriptive strategies for parents/teachers and other professionals working with children with communications disorders. 3. Develop IEP goals and objectives using information gathered from the speech/language evaluation and previous service providers. 4. Provide therapeutic programs as prescribed in the child's individualized education programs (IEP) 5. Complete speech/language evaluations and augmentative communication evaluations, as appropriate, for children ages three through twenty-one. 6. Attend regularly scheduled staff and program specific meetings. 7. Maintain current records and reports as required.
Minimum Qualifications Education/Training (or equivalent) Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university Masters Degree (Speech Language Pathology) preferred *Certifications & Licenses: Florida Department of Education Certification required.
Appropriate highly qualified requirements for core academic subject(s) are preferred. * Certificate of Clinical Competence for American Speech, Language, Hearing Association and/or state licensure preferred. Teacher certification in speech correction.