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Speech and Language Pathologist

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Speech and Language Pathologist

Speech and Language Pathologists are responsible for providing eligibility evaluations using standardized testing methods; conducting developmental assessments for the purposes of program planning; preparing reports of results with suggested strategies which respond to the goals and priorities of the family; consultation/teaching within area of expertise with families, providers, and service coordinators relative to the outcomes and activities agreed upon on the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP); and direct therapeutic interventions with children and caregivers within specialty areas when a CDSA network provider is unable to meet the needs as outlined on the IFSP. The Pathologist may be assigned the responsibility of Service Coordination for select families as needed. This position may provide supervision and consultation to less experienced Specialists and Service Coordinators, service providers within the community, and/or Students and Volunteers.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's or Master's degree in the therapeutic specialty area to which assigned. Some positions may require additional training, certifications, or licensure in speech pathology, audiology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, or other fields. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

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Speech and Language Pathologist