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Job: Speech Language Pathologist

Active since 08-12-2014 Job category Health care - Physical
Location Dallas-Fort Worth Level -
Educational level Master / Post-Graduate / ... Employment type -
Hours 1 - 40 Salary -
Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health is a nurse owned and operated home health agency with experienced and knowledgeable staff serving the special needs community of Texas. Our company provides an array of home health services to pediatric patients in Texas including: Private Duty nursing, Skilled nursing, Respite care, flexible family support services, personal assistant services, occupational therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, and respiratory therapy.

We are currently seeking Full-Time and Part-time Speech Therapist in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex! We provide a competitive salary, full medical benefits, paid time off, flexible scheduling and more! Come work for one of the largest Pediatric Home Health Company in Texas, Apply Today!

The Speech Therapist evaluates and provides family oriented services to the home health patient with oral-motor and/or communication disorders secondary to developmental delays, neurological, musculoskeletal, and cardio-pulmonary impairments; as well as traumatic injuries and swallowing disorders. This includes patient and caregiver education, discharge planning, and consultation to other professionals, clinics, or agencies.

•Currently licensed as a Registered Speech Therapist in Texas
•Current CPR
•At least 1 yr. of experience
•Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
•Valid driver’s license and auto insurance

•Synthesis of knowledge related to anatomy, physiology, and pathology for effective evaluation and treatment of swallowing, communication and cognitive disorders.

•Sound clinical judgment relating to the provision of speech language pathology services.

•Knowledge of federal and state regulations and professional guidelines as relates to delivery of speech-language pathology services.

•Ability to relate positively, effectively, and appropriately with patients, families, community members, volunteers and other staff.

•Evaluates patients determining the level of patient’s psycho-social functioning.

•Provide periodic progress records and report to assigned patient accounting to current policies and procedures.

•Re-evaluate patient’s progress during treatment at appropriate intervals recommend, acquire, and modify necessary adaptive equipment to augment patient’s independent.

•Planning Discharge.

•Educate patients and/or families about proper safe use and recommend methods for installation of adaptive equipment.

• Competitive pay
• Medical, Dental, Vision benefits
• Paid time off
• Sign-On Bonus (for those that qualify)
• Company Car (for those that qualify)
• Cell Phone plans discount

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This listing is a part-time job

Job category Health care - Physical
Industry / Industries Medical / Health
Region United States
Keywords Speech Language Pathologist, SLP

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Name Leesha Bush