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Speech Language Pathology CFY (Part Time Fellowship)
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- Speech Language Pathology CFY (Part Time Fellowship)
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- Millbrook, NY 12545
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Exciting Clinical Fellowship opportunity for a motivated Speech-Language Pathology student!
Hayes Day School, based in Millbrook, NY, is a state-of-the-art facility serving 60 children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are a stable and growing organization that prides itself on transforming lives and helping individuals achieve their greatest potential in a caring, supportive, and team-oriented environment.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Speech Language Pathology CFY, in which you will gain hands-on experience evaluating and providing treatment for students with multiple disabilities and disorders in communication and swallowing.
Schedule: Part-Time, 2 days per week from 8:30-3:30
What We’re Looking For (Qualifications):
- Must be participating in a speech-language pathology program and eligible for CFY
- Previous experience teaching individuals with speech and learning disabilities is a plus
- Basic computer skills and ability to speak, read, and write in English
What You’ll Do in the Speech Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship (Responsibilities):
Under the direction of a Licensed Speech Pathologist:
- Evaluate and provide treatment for students with multiple disabilities and disorders in communication and swallowing
- Provide services in a flexible manner either pulling students out or pushing into classroom activities depending on the unique needs of each student and the classroom
- Consult with classroom and residential staff regarding the implementation of speech, language and feeding goals
- Collaborate with all team members to consider physical, sensory, motor and behavioral needs of each student
- Develop and implement the best method of alternative and augmentative communication systems including PECS, speech generating devices, sign and tactile systems.
- Determine diet consistencies and safe feeding practices
- Develop appropriate goals and objectives for each student‘s IEP
- Attend classroom team meetings, CSE meetings, and residential meetings as needed
- Conduct annual and triennial re-evaluations as needed
- Additional responsibilities as assigned
Pay: $30 - $35 / hour, based on experience.
Apply NOW for immediate consideration!
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