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Licensed Speech Language Pathologist Pediatrics
Preeminent Global Of DC
Washington , DC 20032
Posted 2 months ago
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Our client is a mission based and renowned nonprofit that consistently makes a difference in the lives of others This impactful organization is one of the region largest non governmental providers of services for the intellectually and developmentally disabled offering an array of services to infants children and adults in the Washington metropolitan area Each day hundreds of children and adults with developmental disabilities from ages 8 weeks through to 70 years receive the services they require in order to live grow and thrive in their community Consistent with their founder vision their mission is: To provide a lifetime of opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities We are seeking a DC Licensed Pediatric Speech Therapist to make a difference in the lives of life most vulnerable our children We are seeking licensed professionals who are just as excited about making a difference in the lives of others as we are We hire Therapists who share our vision who work diligently and provide the kind of care that will help change our patient s lives for the better As a Therapist your dedication and commitment deserve respect and recognition We are seeking professional energetic outgoing and team oriented licensed therapists with an interest in serving an early intervention and preschool age patient population The Speech Language Pathologist provides quality speech and language therapy services and family staff education and training to maximize functional independence and self care for children served The position also assists in developing staff in service trainings and maintains quality assurance By completing evaluations progress reports and conducting hearing screenings the Speech Pathologist is enabling the children we serve to continue to have a lifetime of opportunities Responsibilities:
Provides Direct Services Develops treatment goals plans and objectives based upon the initial evaluation and reassessment and program requirements and update plans as needed Provides services to children in a collaborative manner with classroom teachers and parents that promote the child participation and learning within the child natural setting Assists in development of IFSP strategies and goals in a manner compliant with local early intervention agency guidelines Develops and provides coaching for family members and staff to incorporate new skills and or techniques into normal routines and activities at home Develops and creates adaptive equipment that enables children to function more independently within their environment Instructs family members and staff in the proper and safe usage of adaptive equipment and assistive technology Assists in the coordination of services and make appropriate referrals as needed Evaluates reassess clients for SLP therapy services in the areas of communication and oral motor development using established evaluation procedures standardized assessments classroom observations and interviews with caregiver written in a manner understandable to parents and staff Provides yearly assessment reports progress notes progress reports discharge summaries and case conference summaries Candidates with 2 5 years of experience are highly encouraged to apply This is an ideal opportunity for the professional seeking growth and advancement We offer a premium salary full medical vision and dental packages We also have short long term disability and a great retirement 403 B plan Ten paid holidays off 12 sick days and 10 days PTO Continued education reimbursement and more Immediate start for the right qualified candidate
Complies with State Federal and Other Relevant Regulations Records client treatments responses and progress on designated forms Provides suggested home activities to parents on a weekly basis Completes all progress and discharge reports and paperwork in a timely manner Develops and maintains all client progress reports and documentation in compliance with agency or program rules and regulations Attends trainings sponsored by local early intervention agency Complies with privacy laws and requirements under HIPAA regulations and understand the consequences of non compliance Follows all safety procedures as required by organization policy and procedure and understand the consequences of non compliance Complies with insurance and Medicaid regulations and authorizations for billing and demonstrate appropriate use and knowledge of CPT codes
Experience: 3-5 years