Speech-Language Pathologist-Licensed Assistant.
Pediatric Partners offers outpatient therapy in a unique fashion that both patients and therapists love: in our new treatment facility as well as visiting patients in their home, daycare, or wherever in the community is most beneficial for their treatment plan. Our state-of-the-art clinic offers private treatment rooms, observation rooms for parents, a climbing wall, sensory and motor gyms.
While working under the supervision of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, the SLP-LA will deliver services set forth in treatment plans developed and directed by the supervising speech-language pathologist. In collaboration with the Speech-Language Pathology team the SLP-LA, will collect and compile data to document the patient’s performance and assist to evaluate the quality of the patient’s program in accordance with Pediatric Partner’s mission.
- Working directly with a licensed SLP, assist in assessments, planning and development of therapy services
- Deliver services set forth in treatment plans developed and directed by supervising speech-language pathologist
- Assists licensed SLP in educating patients and family members/guardians in therapy process
- Document consumer performance and report this information to the supervising speech-language pathologist
- Program and provide instruction in the use of augmentative and alternative communication devices as developed and directed by the supervising speech-language pathologist
- Demonstrate to and share information with consumers regarding feeding and swallowing strategies developed and directed by the supervising speech-language pathologist
- Maintains confidentiality and safeguards all patient related information per HIPAA
- Responsible for documenting and tracking requirements for SLP-LA licensing
- Bachelor’s degree from an ASHA accredited school for SLP or Communications Disorder degree
- Working toward North Dakota licensure as a Speech-Language Pathology Licensed Assistant
- Successful completion of an internship requiring a minimum of 100 hours of clinical experience overseen by a supervising speech-language pathologist
- Current CPR certification
- Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
- Understands insurance system for appropriate billing
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to navigate EMR system, Microsoft Suite, and internet