The Speech-Language Pathologist provides clinical assessment and intervention for speech and swallowing disorders. The Speech-Language Pathologist performs administrative duties within the department, participates in educational activities, participates in clinical research, and creates a plan of care for each patient upon completion of evaluation. They also establish discharge plans for speech and swallowing. They will also have the ability to evaluate, create & implement care plans, document, educate and assist patients to progress toward goals, be responsible for fitting, placement and maintenance of trachealesophageal voice prostheses, and will educate patients and caregivers in use, care and precautions of the prosthesis.
Applicants must have a License to practice as a speech-language pathologist in the State of New York and a Certificate of Clinical Competence. The preferred candidate will have preparation for the clinical practice of speech language pathology through academic and/or clinical experience(s).
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