Speech Language Pathologist Jobs in Connecticut
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Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) needed for 13 week assignment at a Rehabilitation Therapy Long Term Care facility. 32 Hours Guaranteed Weekly Negotiable Pay ASAP Start No Certifications Needed...
Speech Language Pathologist PT Speech Language Pathologist wanted to work evenings & weekends with DD population flexible hours. Please submit resumes to Caring Community of CT Inc. 84 Waterhole Rd., Colchester CT 06415....
Invo HealthCare Associates (INVO) has excellent SLP opportunities available in the Enfield area. Qualified service providers will provide service delivery in school and educational programs for the 2013-2014 school year. Candidates must be motivated and committed to playing a vital role in improving educational outcomes for children and students. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit thei...
POSITION SUMMARY: The Director of Rehabilitation Services is responsible for the day to day coordination and oversight of all aspects of the rehabilitation services including physical, occupational, speech services for the assigned center. The Director of Rehabilitation is responsible for the clinical oversight in a manner that supports the goals of the designated center(s) while meeting federal a...
Job Description: THERAPIST POSITION SUMMARY: A therapist’s overall responsibility is to manage the care of the resident/resident, managing quality of all related outcomes. The therapist participates as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team, manages resources to meet the needs of the resident/resident and related customers balancing outcomes and cost effective and efficient treatment. REPO...
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For Speech Language Pathologists, what jobs are available at hospitals?
I mean, all I hear is "you can work at a hospital", but what specific roles? Just trying to get more details.
Should I be a Speech and Language Pathologist?
I'm thinking of majoring in Speech & Language Pathology My question is, what exactly is the job description and realistically whats the necessary education for it. If someone can really give me insig...
Career as a Speech Language Pathologist?
I have a few questions Would you say this career field is highly competitive? I know with OT they said they would accept 33 of approx. 200 applicants, which I consider not too bad, so how is SPL compa...
Surgical Technologist or speech language pathologist??
What are the pros 'n cons of each? which one in YOUR opinion is better?? why? some personal experiance would be nice, and some comparisons, too. Thank you all =>
Being a speech language pathologist?
I've been volunteering at a pediatric rehab center for a while and I LOVE it. So I looked into occupational therapist. But now I want to more about speech language pathology(specifically with children...
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$42,000.00 - $104,000.00
Typical Salary for Speech Pathologist in Connecticut
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Provides differential diagnostic and therapeutic services by assessing and treating inpatients and outpatients with central or peripheral disorders of speech, language, voice and/or swallowing; selects and teaches alternative communication systems; performs speech and language research.
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Minimizes communicative impairment by providing counseling to the parents of the preschool, pre-lingual child who is at risk for speech or language disorder on language stimulation and other home-based methods.
Instructs clients in techniques for more effective communication, including sign language, lip reading, and voice improvement; teaches clients to control or strengthen tongue, jaw, face muscles, and breathing mechanisms.
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