Speech-Language Path
CFY-SLP &
Occupational Therapy

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Reveal strengths of all children and families through play, family focus, and team collaboration by providing therapy services to children efficiently, ethically, and with the child's best interest in mind to achieve the individual's outcomes. Initiate, develop and carry out a treatment plan by completing a full evaluation and follow up documentation including; plan of care, progress report, and discharge in collaboration with the team of therapists and family. 
 

Job Tasks:

Treatment of diagnoses and disorders related to your SLP or OT therapy field in addition to:

  • Contact physicians as needed regarding patient care.

  • Refer in clinic for other disciplines that may be appropriate for additional services.
  • Ensure patients belong in our clinic through continual screening and progress updates.

  • Maintaining goals and progress each daily visit.

  • Patient and family tour and review of no show/cancel policy upon initial visit.

  • Patient management including evaluation, establishing a plan of care, being fully prepared for each daily visit, discharge and progress reporting.

  • Able to correctly identify diagnosis and prognosis for the plan of care.

  • Build a strong rapport with patients and families to promote collaboration and continuity of patient care evident by frequent arrival and progress of child.

  • Initiate discussion regarding plan of care and parent follow-through.

  • Patient contact and conflict resolution for frequent no show and cancellations.

  • Applied skilled intervention that results in patient goals being met with high patient satisfaction.

  • Actively participates in maintaining clinical key performance indicators and uses them to improve performance

  • Provide home programming at each visit to ensure family has follow through plan for home.

  • Completing visual schedules and therapy boards.

  • Supervise aides, assistants, and techs.

  • Maintains patient safety through screening, monitor vital signs and changes in patient and holds or adjusts interventions accordingly.

BENEFITS

  • Health Insurance 100% paid with low deductible plan

  • Salaried FT Position with 4 day work week

  • Paid Time Off

  • Paid Holidays

  • Simple IRA retirement planning

  • Voluntary benefits include short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance

  • Bi-annual bonus based on profit sharing

  • Monthly bonus eligibility

  • Sign-on bonus 

Pediatric SLP Clinical Manager

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Kids is seeking full time licensed SLP to fill the Pediatric SLP Clinic Manager position. Applicants must demonstrate initiative for growth and development, possess a strong desire for lifelong learning, participate in program development, and have strong leadership abilities. Kids is in the midst of several growth opportunities and is seeking driven individuals who possesses the desire to take on new challenges, learn new skills, and participate in continuing education to advance and promote their careers and the clinic culture. Applicants must be able to work with children, youth, and their families to promote active participation in activities or occupations that are meaningful to them.

Job Tasks:

Management of the SLP department

  • Manage CF SLP positions

  • Department programming and purchasing

  • As part of the management team you will be involved in clinic trainings, leadership, and supervision of juniors

  • Participate in monthly supervisory meetings with your juniors

A reduced therapy caseload which involves treatment of diagnoses and disorders related to your therapy field in addition to:

  • Contact physicians as needed regarding patient care.

  • Refer in clinic for other disciplines that may be appropriate for additional services.
  • Ensure patients belong in our clinic through continual screening and progress updates.

  • Maintaining goals and progress each daily visit.

  • Patient and family tour and review of no show/cancel policy upon initial visit.

  • Patient management including evaluation, establishing a plan of care, being fully prepared for each daily visit, discharge and progress reporting.

  • Able to correctly identify diagnosis and prognosis for the plan of care.

  • Build a strong rapport with patients and families to promote collaboration and continuity of patient care evident by frequent arrival and progress of child.

  • Initiate discussion regarding plan of care and parent follow-through.

  • Patient contact and conflict resolution for frequent no show and cancellations.

  • Applied skilled intervention that results in patient goals being met with high patient satisfaction.

  • Actively participates in maintaining clinical key performance indicators and uses them to improve performance

  • Provide home programming at each visit to ensure family has follow through plan for home.

  • Completing visual schedules and therapy boards.

  • Supervise aides, assistants, and techs.

  • Maintains patient safety through screening, monitor vital signs and changes in patient and holds or adjusts interventions accordingly.

BENEFITS

  • Health Insurance 100% paid with low deductible plan

  • Salaried FT Position with 4 day work week

  • Paid Time Off

  • Paid Holidays

  • Simple IRA retirement planning

  • Voluntary benefits include short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance

  • Bi-annual bonus based on profit sharing

  • Monthly bonus eligibility

  • Sign-on bonus