Speech/Language Pathologist

Children FIRST Therapy
Spokane, WA Full-time
Posted on May 4, 2019

Children FIRST Therapy in Spokane Valley is in search of a full time Speech-Language Pathologist to join our Early Intervention Therapy program for children birth to age 3. We incorporate play in the therapy process in our unique classroom located in a gymnastics center; we also meet with families in the home. Flexible staff hours and family-oriented! Dynamic team of professionals. Benefits include medical insurance, vision insurance, paid sick leave, professional development and bonuses. 

Speech-Language Pathologist Job Description:

-Complete initial evaluations, 6 month & annual review reports and SOAP notes for therapy sessions.

-Input all therapy visits into web based billing program no later than end of week of service.

-Provide Speech Therapy services in sessions at Spokane Gymnastics, in patient homes, childcares, and other natural environments as appropriate.

-Communicate and build positive professional relationships with families, children and CFT staff.

-Therapy plan for home visits and classroom sessions as needed.

-Help set up and clean up in classroom as needed.

-Document all services provided using SOAP notes and provide families with verbal and written feedback detailing home program plans and instruction.

-During home visits, leave a home visit sheet with positive feedback and routine-based speech activities.

-Encourage parent participation in home visits and classroom visits as appropriate.

-Attend weekly multidisciplinary team meetings (MDT), Wednesdays at 11:30-12:30.

-Build partnerships with Spokane Gymnastics staff as needed.

-Attend relevant development trainings as required.

-Children FIRST Therapy is closed Christmas break, spring break, the first week of July, the last week of August and the first week of September.

-Employees may work a modified number of hours if needed during those weeks and are encouraged to take their vacations during these weeks.

-Assessment and therapy materials provided by CFT.

-Must hold current Washington State License with the Department of Health to practice Speech-Language Pathology.