Supervising Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct appropriate evaluations and complete assessment reports.

  • Develop appropriate individual treatment plans.

  • Provide direct treatment to children and adults with disabilities who have a variety of speech and language disorders.

  • Keep treatment data for each client

  • Complete and submit Quarterly Progress Reports in a timely manner

  • Monitor progress and adjust goals as needed.

  • Create home programs for families.

  • Collaborate with other service providers and state workers as needed.

  • Recommend, program and provide instruction in the use of augmentative and alternative communication devices.

  • Supervision of Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (according to ASHA guidelines)

Qualifications:

  • Must hold a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology

  • 1-2 years minimum experience supervising SLPA’s

  • Experience with in home based care preferred

  • Experience with augmentative and alternative communication devices preferred

Licenses/Certification:

  • Valid Arizona State License for Speech-Language Pathology

  • Certification by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (CCC-SLP)

  • CPR Certification

  • Article 9 Certification

  • Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Valid Driver’s License

 

Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA)

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct treatment to children and adults with disabilities who have a variety of speech and language disorders.

  • Document client progress toward meeting established treatment plans or protocols developed by supervising SLP.

  • Document client performance and reports this information to the supervising SLP.

  • Complete and submit Quarterly Progress Reports to supervising SLP in a timely manner

  • Monitor progress and collaborate with supervising SLP to adjust goals as needed.

  • Assist with creating home programs for families.

  • Check in with supervising SLP on a weekly basis

  • Program and provide instruction in the use of augmentative and alternative communication devices.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Speech-Language Pathologist Assistants must be licensed in the State of Arizona

  • Experience working in home based care preferred

  • Experience with augmentative and alternative communication devices preferred

Licenses/Certification:

  • Valid Arizona State Speech-Language Pathologist Assistance License

  • CPR Certification

  • Article 9 Certification

  • Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Valid Driver’s License

We are a new company with a fresh perspective on all things Speech! We are looking for therapists (both seasoned and new grads) who truly want to help others and leave a significant impact.

What Sets Us Apart

  • Our unwavering commitment and dedication to the members we serve and their families.

  • We promote growth within our therapists by providing continual training and education.

  • We strive to be active partners in the care of each member.

  • We are more than just speech therapists. We are advocates for our members and their families.

 

Our Goals as an Organization

  • Redefine the standard of excellence as it pertains to the field of speech language pathology.

  • Bridge the gap of accessibility to services and expand our service area.

  • Recruit therapists that are professional and 100% dedicated to the individuals we serve.

  • Improve the quality of life for our members and their families.

  • Educate and engage in complete partnership with our families to assist them in the care of their loved ones.

 

What you Can Expect

If you join our team, you can expect…

  • To have the support necessary for you to provide superior services

  • Development and growth through continued education and training

  • Flexible schedules

  • Benefit Packages

  • Competitive Wages

  • Opportunities/Advancement

Sound good? Then join us! We welcome like-minded individuals who share our passion to serve and genuinely care about our members and their families. Working together, we can all progress and achieve our maximum potential.

                                             

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Respite Provider               
A service that provides short-term care and supervision. Services are provided as a planned or unplanned non-routine interval of rest and/or relief to a family member or other unpaid person who resides
1. To provide relief to a family member or person caring for a member.  
2. To provide supervision either in or outside of the home, as well as supporting the emotional, physical, and mental well-being of the member.

Habilitation Provider

The purpose of Habilitation services is to provide training to increase or maintain the member’s self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills to live and participate with his/her family in the community.

Attendant Care Provider

The purpose of Attendant Care(ATC) is to help the member to attain or maintain safe and sanitary living conditions and/or maintain personal cleanliness and activities of daily living. Services should only be used when the member is not able to do age-appropriate tasks for themselves These tasks include things like personal hygiene (bathing, brushing teeth, combing hair), eating assistance (feeding, meal prep, meal cleanup), housekeeping, laundry, and shopping.

Homemaker/Housekeeping Provider

The purpose of Homemaker Services (HSK) is to preserve or improve the safety and sanitation of the member’s living conditions via various tasks. These tasks include things like cleaning (kitchen. bathrooms), laundry, shopping, changing linen, removing trash, etc. The provider does not do any supervision or personal care but rather maintains the living conditions of the member. They are required to take care of the member's portion of the home only.

Minimum Qualifications 

  • 18 years of age

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D

  • At least 6 months experience working with individuals with special needs

  • Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Article 9 Certification

  • DCW Training Certification

  • First-Aid and CPR Certification