Responsible for the administration and direct application of speech/language pathology treatment modalities as prescribed by a referring physician. Evaluates, plans, directs and treats all patients referred for speech/language pathology treatments to restore function and prevent disability following disease or injury; or facilitate age appropriate skills for children with neurodevelopmental delays and/or disorders. Assists patients to obtain maximum performance and function in society while learning to live a routine “normal” life within the constraints of their disability.
EducationMust be a graduate of an accredited school and hold a MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Experience/TrainingPrevious experience working in an acute hospital, nursing home, clinic or school.
License/CertificationMust be licensed by the State of Washington, or hold an Interim State License while completing a Clinical Fellowship Year. Must be certified or eligible for certification in the State of Washington (not required if hold an Interim State license while completing a Clinical Fellowship Year). Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare provider BLS required.