Rocky Mountain Human Services seeks a Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist, Evaluation/Intervention to create strategies based on family priorities that are measurable & meaningful!
The Speech-Language Pathologist will deliver a variety of services to clients such as evaluations for Part C eligibility, speech-language and diagnostic in addition to providing direct intervention services to customers participating in Part C Early Intervention services & for children birth to 18 who aren’t enrolled in Early Intervention. The selected candidate will also provide consultation to families and other internal/external providers to meet the needs of individual customers.
Performs intervention and evaluation activities for children birth to 3 in home, or other environment. Provides clinic based evaluations for children not enrolled in Early Intervention, as needed.
Writes timely and complete evaluation reports, IFSP goals, progress notes, correspondence and other documentation needed to provide high quality services and meet state and company requirements.
Creates strategies based on family priorities that are measurable and meaningful.
Effectively communicates test results, diagnosis, and proposed strategies that are functional for the child’s and family’s life and are approached in a Primary Service provider model.
Collaborates with staff to implement IFSPs. Shares knowledge and resources that enhance children’s developmental progress.
Minimum qualifications: Bilingual, Spanish speaking, three years experience treating infants, toddlers, and young children with development delays, a Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders or related field, experience evaluating and treating young children with autism, and licensure to practice speech-language therapy in Colorado. CCC is a plus.
Rocky Mountain Human Services is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves over 6,000 Colorado residents through case management and direct service programs.
Currently, we have the privilege of serving:
*Children with developmental delays and disabilities
*Adults with cognitive and intellectual disabilities
*Veterans in need of employment assistance or who are homeless or in jeopardy of losing their homes
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.