Speech Language Pathologists
Working in cooperation with appropriate district supervisors, teachers, parents and students, shall be responsible for providing diagnostic and intervention services for students with speech, language and hearing disorders helping students to adjust and access the general education curriculum.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Assess, screen, and evaluate students and effectively share results with parents and educational staff, and participate in the eligibility determination process in accordance with state and school division requirements and best practice
- Develop and implement individual Education Plans (IEPs) for students with Speech/Language impairment and assists with IEPs for students with speech/language as a service on an annual basis or according to requirements
- Demonstrate knowledge of child growth and development and individual student needs by providing relevant instruction according to the IEP and educational best practices
- Provide consultative services for school staff by sharing and demonstrating specific techniques and working with school teams to facilitate relevant and consistent interventions for targeted students
- Maintain records and information concerning individual students in the prescribed confidential manner and using the records and information only for the purposes for which they are maintained according to FERPA guidelines
- Provide direct and consultative therapeutic services related to expressive, receptive, and pragmatic language
- Establish and maintain cooperative professional relationships with administrative and school staff
- Participate in various meetings for the purpose of addressing student goals and needs, and to meet laws and policies
- Maintain and submit information/records including student progress for all students
Salary amount listed is for Master's Degree with zero years of experience. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the salary schedule for additional education/years.