Serve as the speech–language pathologist responsible for diagnosing speech and language disorders/delays and implementing programs designed to increase a student’s speech, language, and communication development.
1. Assess and determine developmental competencies. 2. Develop appropriate IEP objectives and annual goals. 3. Plan, schedule, and implement all direct and/or indirect service as needed. 4. Coordinate and participate as a member of the ARD committee. 5. Provide individual speech-language screenings and evaluations for referrals as assigned. 6. Provide individual speech-language reevaluations for students with speech eligibility as assigned. 7. Provide consultation to campus RTI committee. 8. Function as a consultant in speech and language to parents and staff as required. 9. Translate appraisal data into an instructionally relevant speech and language program. 10. Participate in staffing of students served. 11. Provide parent training in the area of speech and language. 12. Participate and/or present in campus and district professional learning opportunities. 13. Participate and/or present in district public awareness and parent trainings. 14. Maintain service related records, progress notes and grading period reviews. 15. Provide services in an inclusive setting and coordinate intervention with general education staff. 16. Monitor and update student audit folders. 17. Follow billing and reimbursement procedures for Medicaid and other needed documentation such as time studies. 18. Complete required district logs, summaries, and data systems.
Degree in Communication Disorders or related field, masters preferred Valid Texas License in Speech-Language Pathology preferred Ability to work with school and community population Ability to work independently
Additional Salary Information: Dependent upon years of experience
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.