Provide speech therapy services to adults and geriatric patients including evaluations, planning treatment programs and goals, rendering patient treatments according to the practice and standards of the American Speech and Hearing Association, and discharge planning.
Conduct Speech-Language Pathology evaluations/ treatments including, but not limited to: clinical dysphagia evaluations/treatments and modified barium swallow studies for patients in the Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical departments, and the Intensive Care Units.
The ideal candidate will have research experience developing speech recognition systems in different languages. Individuals in this role should be experts in language modeling and have experience working on vast quantities of data, advanced recognition systems and perform rigorous performance evaluations.
The Speech Language Pathologist will evaluate children, and will develop and monitor individualized goals and plans according to treatment plan. Collaborate with occupational therapists, physical therapists and behavioral analysts within the therapy center. Administer standardized assessments, and provide parent education and support.
Provides, directs and supervises all aspects of quality patient care, including but not limited to; screening, evaluation and treatment, treatment planning, goal setting, family education and documentation, in order to assure the best outcome for the patient.