Speech-Language Pathologist - Crittenden and Salem Springlake

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ID
2017-3078
Salem Springlake Health and Rehabilitation Center
Category
Hidden (54126)
Type
PRN

Overview

Atrium Centers is a leading provider of short-term post-acute rehabilitation and long-term nursing care. We currently operate 41 skilled nursing centers in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Wisconsin with nearly 4,000 beds.

Our reputation is defined by our employees, the caring and skilled staff members who are the foundation of our award-winning communities.

We are committed to treating each individual with respect and dignity in a homelike environment. Our professional and caring staff provides exceptional services tailored to the individual needs of residents and meeting the highest industry standards.

Responsibilities

Provides diagnostic and therapeutic services and evaluation for speech, language and swallowing deficits through presentation of structureed speech, language or swallowing.

Qualifications

  1. EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND TRAINING:  Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology with State and National licensure requirements for Clinical Certification of Competence (clinical Fellow also acceptable with clinical supervision available).

 

  1. MENTAL DEMAND:  Reading (documents and instruments), confidentiality, problem solving, language, math, reasoning, verbal communication, written communication, customer contact, multiple concurrent tasks, time management.

 

  1. OCCUPATIONAL EFFORT:       Walking, standing, bending at the waist, crouching, kneeling, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, reaching, twisting, squatting, talking, seeing, hearing, writing, driving, and      sitting.

 

The typical workday involves the following Occupational strength requirements: 

 

Light work: exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently.

 

  1. WORKING CONDITIONS:  Works with patients on medical units, in an office environment and in the community.  Occasional exposure to blood/body fluids, x-rays and radioactive materials.

 

  1. POPULATION SERVED:  Primary adult and geriatric.  May include infant, pediatric and adolescent.

 

  1. COMMUNICATION:  Interactions  daily with therapists, patients, families, physicians, and facility staff.

 

  1. EQUIPMENT USED:  Computers, photocopier, facsimile machine, 10 key calculator, cassette recorder and player, augmentative/alternative communication systems, audiometer.

 

  1. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Must have in-depth knowledge of principles, standards of practice, methods, and new      developments in the field of Speech-Language Therapy.

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