Speech and Language Pathologist, Early On
Company: Ingham Intermediate School District
Posted on: November 23, 2021
Under the direct supervision of the Administrator, and in
accordance with the established policies and procedures of the
Ingham Intermediate School District, the Speech and Language
Pathologist shall provide supportive services to children age 0-3
with disabilities. The Speech and Language Pathologist will focus
on child evaluation, provision of direct and indirect therapy
services, family-centered services, and collaborative consultation
with staff, parents, agency personnel and administrators.
What You'll Bring
Need to Have
- Full approval as a Michigan Teacher of the Speech and Language
Impaired or Speech and Language Pathologist Certificate of Clinical
Competence (CCC's) from ASHA.
- Must be licensed through Michigan Bureau of Health Care
- Knowledge of typical and atypical speech and language development
necessary to identify appropriate interventions and/or augmentative
communication applications for children.
- Qualified by training and/or experience to provide speech and
language therapy to children age 0-3 with disabilities.
- Ability to work and effectively communicate with administrators,
staff, agencies, medical providers, young children and
- Takes initiative and works independently when given a variety of
responsibilities and assigned tasks.
- Ability to make decisions and problem solve collaboratively
within a team of service providers.
- Knowledge and expertise with speech and language therapy
evaluation, services, methods and interventions.
- - - - - - - - - Provides comprehensive speech and language
evaluation of children age 0-3 referred to Early On or suspected
developmental delays in: - articulation, language, fluency, voice,
pragmatic/social communication and pre-linguistic areas.
- - - - - - - - - Serves as a member of the Multidisciplinary
Evaluation Team for children age 0-3 suspected of having a
- - - - - - - - - Assists the family in understanding the etiology
and physiology of the child's delay, impairment, and/or diagnosed
condition. - Supports the family by relating this information to
the physical and educational needs of the child, and by providing
resources to assist the family in addressing the child's needs.
- - - - - - - - - Provides direct and indirect speech and language
services, augmentative communication supports and on-going
developmental assessment in natural environments for children age
0-3 with disabilities according to their Individualized Family
Service Plan / Individualized Education Program (IFSP/IEP).
- - - - - - - - - Provides direct support to the multidisciplinary
system of services through shared planning, decision-making and
collaboration with staff and families on behalf of the child.
- - - - - - - - - Collaborates with appropriate community resources
and medical providers to facilitate educational services and
supports for the child and family.
- - - - - - - - - Assists with transition planning and activities
identified by the IFSP for the child and family as they exit the
program by age three.
- - - - - - - - - Completes and maintains documentation of services
in accordance with district policies and - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - Assumes such other related responsibilities as
assigned by the Special Education Supervisor for
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