Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Positions Available
Speech Therapist Jobs at Sunny Days
Sunny Days is currently seeking outstanding early intervention professionals in multiple specialty areas. Candidates must possess state-specific professional licenses and experience in pediatric care. Toys/testing tools ownership is required, and experience with home-based service delivery and working with caregivers is expected but not mandatory.
As a speech language pathologist at Sunny Days, you’ll treat speech, language, and related disorders such as aphasia, dysarthria, phonological defects, language delay, stuttering and augmentative communication. We provide developmental assessments, IFSPs and intervention to developmentally delayed children ages birth to three and their families. If you are interested in working as a speech therapist for a financially strong, continuously growing, and progressive company, apply to one of our open speech language pathologist positions today!
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As a speech language pathologist, your job is to help those with developmental disorders or injuries develop communication skills to improve their quality of life. A speech language pathologist will meet with the child and their parents, then evaluate and diagnose specific communication difficulties. After diagnosis, a treatment plan is created in order to maximize communication improvement.
Speech Therapy and Early Intervention
As a young child, communicating to others is hard enough, so imagine what children with developmental delays are experiencing when their delay prevents them from cultivating proper communication skills. The most important years for brain development, and thus communication skills, are birth to three. Through early intervention, communication skills are developed in order to properly communicate as the child grows.
Sunny Days provides home-based speech therapy to children in need of early intervention. As a Speech Language Pathologist at Sunny Days, you should expect to:
- Perform initial evaluations of children through communication, which can be verbal or nonverbal, and through play
- Record detailed results of communication evaluations
- Evaluate the results of your initial evaluations to determine the extent of communication difficulties
- Communicate your results and clinical findings with the child’s parents to identify areas for improvement and formulate treatment options
- Discuss treatment options with the parents and/or caregivers of each child to determine next steps
- Develop a treatment plan for each child that incorporates established communication improvement techniques
- Teach each child proper speech, reading, and writing techniques, and other communication methods.
- Coach parents on techniques, treatment reinforcement, and carryover home activities
- Provide the necessary resources for additional treatment or care
- Perform reassessment as needed