25% Evaluate clients to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, articulation, expressive and receptive language delays, and hearing loss.
25% Prepare comprehensive report following evaluation and develop a treatment plan. Review evaluation results and treatment plan with parents.
10% Provide both site based and in home services as required by a variety of contracted agencies. Monitor client’s progress and adjust services as needed.
10% Maintain, complete, and deliver monthly billing for all therapists and submit to the appropriate staff member, meeting all deadlines.
10% Maintain accurate scheduling and related record systems.
5% Consult with family members and other professionals involved with treatment of client on an on-going basis, abiding by all HIPPA laws.
5% Follow all goals provided in IEP.
5% Provide parent education regarding speech-language improvement strategies for both site based and in home therapy clients.
5% Consult with a variety of agencies regarding referrals, progress of treatment, and discharge of services.
May provide supervision to Clinical Fellows (CFY’s), and Graduate Student Interns
Comply with ECF’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program. Ensure safe use and operation of tools and/or equipment
Comply with ECF policies and procedures, including mandated reporting requirements
Attend meetings and conferences as required
Observe regular, on-site work hours
Perform other duties as assigned
Education/Licenses/Certifications: Master of Arts/Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, or related field. Current California State License and Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Speech-Language Pathology.
Experience: Two years clinical experience with children ages birth to five years who have a wide range of disorders.
Ability to communicate effectively using tact and diplomacy at all times
Ability to take the initiative and use sound judgment when making decisions
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to react quickly to emergencies
Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
Good organizational skills and a high level of initiative
Computer skills required for report writing
Basic knowledge of the skills of the other team members
May need bi-lingual skills (English/Spanish or English/Armenian)
Valid California driver’s license, reliable transportation, evidence of car insurance, and insurable driving record
Pass a DOJ background investigation
Provide evidence of a negative TB test initially and every three years thereafter
Pass a pre-employment physical
Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification
Maintain California License for Speech-Language Pathology
Additional Salary Information: 401K Match and Great Benefits
Internal Number: 11711204
About Exceptional Children's Foundation
Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF.net) provides the highest quality services for children and adults who are challenged with developmental, learning and emotional disabilities – empowering them to reach their greatest potential. Each year, ECF serves more than 4,800 clients at 15 sites throughout Los Angeles County. Established in 1946, ECF is the only organization of its kind in California to provide a lifespan of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.