Speech Language Pathologist
Company: DotCom Therapy
Location: Fort Mcdowell
Posted on: April 10, 2021
School Based Speech Language Pathologist
Title: Speech-Language Pathologist: School-BasedDepartment:
ClinicalLocation: RemoteExempt Status: Non-exemptReports to:
Designated Clinical ManagerDirect Reports: NoneJob Summary: To
provide skilled speech therapy to DotCom Therapy clients using a
secure web-based platform. Skilled speech therapy is not limited to
evaluations, treatment, consultations, screenings, and
documentation of services.Duties and Responsibilities:
- Utilize a web-based platform for delivery of services.
- Provide evidence-based evaluations for students age 3-21 while
following necessary evaluation protocol. Interpret results and
prepare professional written evaluation report that follows DCT
- Provide speech/language screenings and/or consultations when
- Confidently administer assessments for cognitive-communication
disorders and interpret the results using a web-based
- Confidently and effectively identify the presence and/or the
risk of a communication and/or swallowing disorder.
- Confidently select individualized and evidence-based approaches
- Develop evidence-based plans in line with the American Speech
and Language Association (ASHA) Code of Ethics.
- Design innovative and engaging materials, prepare IEPs as
needed on a timely basis, document goals, and modify goals based on
student needs and performance.
- Perform advanced session planning upon request of school
- Provide skilled speech therapy treatment for students, both
individually and in group settings, using evidence-based
approaches. Complete session SOAP notes within 24 hours of
- Maintain the flexibly to adapt/modify the treatment plan,
intervention being utilized, and other professional areas in order
to best provide an individualized therapy approach.
- Proficiently and professionally document services
- Confidently and accurately utilize data collection methods and
tools for analysis of client performance.
- Collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary team of
professionals to develop student goals for improved educational
success and maintain comprehensive documentation of services.
- Participate in IEP meetings, review existing data, and form
- Communicate with families regarding services.
- Serve as a case manager or process coordinator, and ensure
appropriate delivery of the treatment plan, when applicable.
- Discharge when appropriate.
- Confidently and professionally counsel individuals and groups
regarding cognitive-communication disorders and the educational
impact and/or impact on quality of life.
- Prepare professional quarterly progress report for
- Conduct school-based facilitator/speech aide training.
- Understand and follow the ASHA's Code of Ethics and Scope of
- Understand and follow the scope of practice and regulations of
the state(s) in which licensed.
- Adhere to HIPAA regulations, including The Privacy Rule and The
- Adhere to HIPAA privacy safeguards related specifically to
speech therapy and teletherapy.
- Adhere to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
- Adhere to DCT Standards of Practice Manual.
- Maintain up-to-date schedule in Google Calendar. Maintain an
organized and consistent schedule. Collaborate with teachers/staff
regarding best times to schedule evaluations, screenings, and
- Blog, hashtag, and post on media outlets regarding professional
experiences and background as desired.
- Utilize Slack for collaboration and team building when
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Technology: Experience and comfort with use of various types of
technology.Physical Requirements:Constant (90-100%): vision,
hearing, talkingFrequent (60-90%): hand movement, repetitive
motions, finger dexterity, reading, writing, preparing/analyzing
figures, sittingKnowledge, Skills & AbilitiesAdvocacy: Able to
effectively and continually advocate for efficacy and ease of
speech therapy teletherapy across variety of audiences, supports
and recommends teletherapy, indelible passion for creativity in
service delivery and improved access for all, portrays a positive
image of teletherapy and DCT, exhibits a strong presence, shows
confidence to serve as an expert witness when
necessaryCollaboration (Internal & External): Effectively and
professionally collaborates or communicates with multidisciplinary
IEP team; participates in company-wide collaborative and team
building efforts; cooperates and works jointly with others towards
common goals and purposes; transfers knowledge to others; virtually
works with others inside and outside the company to create value,
improve relationships, and increase efficiency while leveraging
technology for effective interactions; makes self available for
questionsFlexibility: Performs job duties in flexible and easily
modifiable manner, easily transitions from one task to the next,
able to change easily according to the situation, able to flexibly
generate an individualized treatment planIntegrity: Honest; keeps
promises or manages expectations upfront, doing his/her best to
rectify situation if circumstances arise that prevent him/her from
delivering on promises made or expected outcomes; focuses on
finding solutions and does not make excuses; exudes integrity
regardless of circumstantial complexityOral Expression: Able to
express himself/herself orally in a professional and cohesive
manner; effective and professional communication with clients,
staff, parents, teachers, and coworkersOrganization: Able to
maintain an organized workspace; keeps things neat and clean;
arranges things logically into a structured, efficient, methodical,
and coherent layout; arranges things in systematic and orderly
wayProfessionalism: Strictly adheres to courtesy and responsibility
when interacting with others; reliable to complete assignments;
remains humble, admitting when projects or jobs fall outside scope
of expertise, immediately asking for help when needed, and
remaining willing to learn from others; holds self accountable for
words and actions, especially when he/she makes a mistake; appears
professionally confident at all timesPunctuality: Able to respond
to professional correspondence/phone calls and provide services at
the agreed upon, expected, appointed, and planned time; strictly
observant of an appointed time; not late; prompt; if late, reaches
out and reasonably justifies reason for tardinessStress Management:
Remains professional under pressure, showing respect for those
around him/her regardless of role or situation of others; considers
emotions and needs of others; does not let a bad day impact how
he/she interacts with othersWritten Expression: Able to write
information, such as reports and emails, in a professional,
cohesive, and organized manner; effective and professional
communication with clients, staff, and coworkers
RequirementsEducation, Experience & Other Requirements:Master's
Degree in Speech-Language Pathology requiredCurrently possess or be
able to be licensed in state providing speech therapy
interventionClinical Fellows: Accepted on a state-by-state basis
due to state individual licensure lawsCCCs: Current ASHA
Certificate of Clinical CompetencyPediatric Populations: At least 1
year of experienceDocumentation of School-Based Services, Including
IEPs: At least 1 year of experienceContinuing Education: Complete
continuing education to maintain CCCs and licensure.
Keywords: DotCom Therapy, Phoenix , Speech Language Pathologist, Healthcare , Fort Mcdowell, Arizona
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