The Speech-Language Pathologist evaluates and treats patients by referral per accepted practice standards. He/she participates in clinical supervision of SLP students as needed. He/She plans treatment programs and performs therapy procedures to restore function, prevent disability and maximize the potential and quality of life following disease, injury or surgery. He/She performs re-evaluations per department policy. He/She appropriately modifies treatment plans and procedures specific to infancy, toddler, preschool, school age, adolescence, early adult, middle adult and late adult patients, uses appropriate communication techniques for specific age groups and applies knowledge of Growth and Development and the aging process to achieve optimal results. He/She supervises Rehab Techs and students. He/She participates in community presentations, staff in-services and other departmental activities as requested by the Manager or Director.
MS/MA in Speech Language Pathology required. 1-5 years of experience preferred. Current South Carolina license/certificate of Clinical Competence. Must be able to adjust communication both verbal and non verbal, to interact appropriately and effectively with a variety of age groups.
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