Job Market Guide: Speech - Language Pathologist jobs in New York

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7 Speech - Language Pathologist jobs in New York

Philadelphia, PA
The Speech Pathologist provides direct services to residents including evaluations, individual treatment planning, actual resident treatments and discharge planning. The Speech Pathologist focuses on improving speech, language, swallowing, and hearing disorders to overcome disabilities from a variety of causes. The Speech Pathologist participates as a member of the interdisciplinary team providing support and information within the area of Speech Pathology.
industry
Patient Care
experience
Not Specified

Speech Pathologist

Brooklyn, NY
Develops and implements discharge plan in conjunction with patient, care partners and other members of the care team; participates in team meetings, case conferences and committees as assigned.
industry
Patient Care
experience
Less than 5 years

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$60K to $80K - Bronx, NY
The selected candidate will be responsible for providing speech language pathology services to patients in collaboration with the health care team consistent with home care policies.
industry
Patient Care
experience
Not Specified

Bronx, NY
Provide documentation in accordance with company guidelines: Ensure that progress is properly represented in documentation. Maintain Effective Communication, Collaborate with Multiple disciplines to determine best care.
industry
Patient Care
experience
Not Specified

RIVERDALE, NY
The Speech Pathologist provides direct services to residents including evaluations, individual treatment planning, actual resident treatments and discharge planning. The Speech Pathologist focuses on improving speech, language, swallowing, and hearing disorders to overcome disabilities from a variety of causes.
industry
Patient Care
experience
Not Specified

Meriden, CT
Work with infants, toddlers and their families using a transdisciplinary team approach to meet the child's developmental goals.
industry
Non-Profit
experience
Not Specified

Yonkers, NY
Collaborate with classroom teachers on speech-language disorders and curriculum demands.
industry
Education
experience
Not Specified