Speech Language Pathologist PRN

Res-Care, Inc. Charlotte , NC 28201

Posted 2 months ago

Our Company

Overview

Our therapy team executes customized treatment plans that deliver real results and exceed patients' expectations. If you're motivated to give our clients a more positive quality of life we encourage you to apply today!

Responsibilities

  • Performs the evaluation and treatment of patients with speech, language, cognitive and swallowing disorders based upon physician orders/referrals

  • Completes a comprehensive evaluation based upon Physician referral using appropriate evaluation and assessment tools and procedures

  • Reviews patient records for current diagnosis, past medical history, precautions & contraindications

  • Establishes measurable goals and develops treatment plan to move the patient toward his or her maximum level of speech, language, cognitive and swallowing abilities

  • Regularly re-assesses effectiveness of treatment plan, progress of patient toward goals and the need for modifying goals or treatment

  • Communicates patient's needs and progress to the treatment team, physician, person receiving services, family members, as applicable

  • Consults with medical providers regarding patient evaluation and treatment, progress of the patient and discharge from treatment

  • Maintains and submits evaluation, treatment and billing documentation in the format and time-lines required by the Company, facility, funding source, local, state and federal regulations

  • Adheres to standards of the Company's Code of Business Conduct, policies, Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act and Corporate Compliance programs and appropriate professional practice standards and applicable state/federal laws

  • Attends, participates in and/or conducts internal staff development programs and meetings; obtains continuing education as required by company policy and regulations; maintains and enhances clinical practice skills

Qualifications

  • Minimum of Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from a college or university with accredited Speech Language Pathology program

  • Current, unrestricted license as an Speech Language Pathologist by state in which practicing

  • Current Basic Life Support or cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification in accordance state regulations

  • A minimum of one year's work experience as a Speech Language Pathologist

  • Demonstrates knowledge of rehabilitation techniques related to complex neurological injury required

  • Communicates effectively and professionally in verbal and written interactions

  • Demonstrates strong organization skills and attention to detail

About our Line of Business

Advanced Home Health provides compassionate, quality nursing and rehabilitative care in the comfort of home for patients who have difficulties leaving home. An interdisciplinary care team comprised of an expert panel of clinical managers, registered and licensed practical nurses, medical social workers, certified nursing assistants, home health aides, and occupational, physical, and speech therapists collaborate with physicians to create a care plan to meet the patients' clinical and recovery goals. The care team provides an unsurpassed level of quality care for patients while supporting their families or caregivers in their time of need. For more information, visit www.advhomehealth.com.

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