- Holds a Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology; holds or is eligible for a Postgraduate Professional license with endorsement in speech/language disorders
- Has competence in administering and interpreting tests and communication samples for speech/language disorders
- Has the ability to cooperatively plan, implement, and evaluate comprehensive education programs for students whose needs include communication remediation
The Speech/Language Pathologist is directly responsible to the Principal and indirectly responsible to the Special Education Supervisor.
The Speech/Language Pathologist diagnoses and remediates speech and language problems of students and provides consultation to educational staff.
- Screens for possible speech/language impairments all appropriate preschool students, all kindergarten students, all students new to the County, and students referred throughout the year
- Initiates referrals to Child Study Committee for students with suspected speech/language impairments; evaluates students’ communication skills through formal, standardized testing and through interpretation of communication samples; gathers pertinent information from teachers and parents to assist in assessing specific communication problems; collates evaluation information for a complete and thorough evaluation report
- Leads the speech/language eligibility committee at the school level; completes all related documentation of eligibility; writes appropriate goals and objectives in an integrated plan that addresses each student’s weaknesses; communicates effectively with parents and teachers regarding the plan for each student
- Schedules and groups students effectively according to communication needs; cooperatively plans remediation activities to ensure integrated services as appropriate; implements activities in coordination/communication with teachers and parents to integrate services; maintains ongoing records of student progress; conducts periodic reviews of student progress and documents clearly in progress reports and annual reports
- Provides in-service education to staff on speech/language topics; consults with regular education and special education teachers to assist in effectively integrating remediation strategies into educational environments; initiates consultation with other speech/language pathologists on areas of need and interest; participates in various in-service activities as specified by principal or supervisor
- Performs related work as required
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