Rock Creek of Ottawa, KS, is currently seeking a full time Speech Language Pathologist to join its fun, in-house therapy team. New graduates as well as experienced therapists are welcome to apply. As part of this amazing team of clinicians, you will have opportunities for training and continuing education in Think Thin/dysphagia, Abilities Care and dementia, stroke and neuro rehabilitation, and respiratory/COVID recovery programs. Here are a few more reasons to consider joining us!
"One of the things I most appreciate about being part of an Ensign affiliate is the empowerment to practice at the highest level of our licensure. We are encouraged and supported to grow programs, further our training in the areas of our passion, and to love on our patients in a way that we are uniquely equipped to do. We are able to take ownership within our facilities to make positive changes that affect the lives of the ones we care for on a daily basis." Tiffany D. Bishop MS, CCC-SLP- Legend Greenville
"I love being a speech-language pathologist for an Ensign affiliate. I am able to make a difference in the lives of our residents with dementia by identifying their remaining capabilities, training staff for what they are and how to maximize them in their daily routines and leisure activities, thereby returning purpose to the residents' lives. Ensign is an awesome organization to be affiliated with because "Passion for Learning" is one of our core values, enabling me to continually expand my knowledge base and increase my skills as a speech-language pathologist." Christa Keesee MS, CCC-SLP - The Garrison...
"As a current Ensign affiliate employee of 6 years, I am genuinely proud to be a part of such a great company. Ensign affiliates treat staff and patients like family. I wouldn't want to work for anyone else." Carly Peevers, M.S. CCC-SLP, Rosewood Rehabilitation, Reno, NV..."Ensign affiliates have cultivated a culture of "employee first" that really emphasizes mental health and work/life balance. Management works hard to create a cohesive therapy team that focuses on inclusion and teamwork that makes it a pleasure to come to work to work every day."
Danielle Long, M.S. CCC-SLP
"Working for an Ensign affiliate has allowed me to provide cutting edge treatments and programs that I've always known but have been unable to carry-out in other places. My facility has been able to identify my strengths as a therapist and encouraged me to pursue those strengths and provide training to others in those areas. Pursuing my passions and achieving professional growth have made such an impact on my career as a Speech-Pathologist."
Jayna Owens MS, CCC-SLP – DOR Legend New Braunfels
"Working as an SLP for an Ensign affiliate has brought me such joy. The opportunities we have with programming and resources help us to provide the absolute best patient care to our residents. We have the opportunity to treat a broad range of patients with many co-morbidities following a traumatic event in their lives, and help them to restore as much function as possible, while also having the opportunity to experience the community of a long term care facility in which many of our patients call home. We are able to follow our residents with dementia and cognitive deficits throughout the stages of disease progression and be there to provide our specialized skills and care with them and their family every step of the way. Working in a therapy department with Ensign becomes like working with family, and there's truly nothing better than that."
Cara Koepsel MS, CCC-SLP DOR Golden Acres Living & Rehabilitation
In addition to a professionally rewarding work setting, we can also offer highly competitive compensation and benefits as well as many opportunities for career growth.
Rock Creek of Ottawa receives support from Ensign Services who provides a wide range of clinical and operational assistance to over 200 independently owned healthcare operations located throughout the United States. Help us build something great and share in the Ensign experience with these in-house facility teams where our core values of ownership, passion for learning, loving one another, and celebration are evident every day. Be sure to ask us about facility specific specialty programs like Heart PARC, Abilities Care, Music & Memory, Alter G, Big & Loud, and opportunities for you to continue learning and receive focused program training to enhance your therapy career.
- Evaluate patients within 48 hours of physician referral
- Develop effective treatment plans and obtain approval for services from referring physician
- Treat patients according to the physician's treatment plan and adhere to facility documentation guidelines
- Communicate with supervisor and other health team members regarding patient progress, problems and treatment plans
- Participate in Patient Care Conference, Utilization Review Meeting and Rehabilitation Conferences
- Participate in in service training program for other staff in the facility
- Document all regulatory and clinically required information in the electronic documentation system and maintains patient records according to company policy.
- Record treatment charges per facility policy and procedure
- Instruct patient's families or nursing staff in maintenance program.
- Participate in discharge planning
- Secure necessary durable medical equipment and adaptive equipment for patients to facilitate independence
- Comply with the American Speech Language and Hearing Practice Act for the state, and the facility policy and procedures
- Licensed Speech Language Pathologist
- This position is open to SLPs at all experience levels
- Exhibits a sincere desire to help patients and residents in their rehabilitation process
- Superior interpersonal communication skills
- Strong writing skills required for documentation of the care you provide
- Exhibits knowledge and understanding of therapy practice
- Possesses and conveys high degree of credibility and integrity
- Enjoys team cohesion, is a team player, has a positive attitude and a strong desire to make a constructive impact on organizational excellence
- Understands and accepts the unpredictable nature and needs of the therapy function in a busy rehab department
- We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Please email resume to Ali Vandeloo, DOR at firstname.lastname@example.org
Speech Language Pathologist (REMOTE) - Kansas
Here at eLuma, we recognize that great clinicians are at the heart of what we do. We are only as good as our therapists, and we are committed to providing the best clinician experience. Working with eLuma allows you to deliver effective therapy with robust resources, on your own schedule and wherever you are located. We understand the importance of a healthy work-life balance, so we place an extreme emphasis on your ability to set the workload that you are most comfortable with. We also provide secure, efficient systems for quick and easy documentation and progress monitoring, so that you can leave the hard stuff to us and focus on delivering the best services to your students and have more time for the things you love.
eLuma is looking for Full and Part-Time Speech-Language Pathologists to work remotely with school districts in Kansas. This position would be contracted for the 2021-2022 school year.
Speech-Language Pathologist responsibilities MAY INCLUDE ANY COMBINATION of the following tasks and activities:
Design innovative and engaging materials, prepare IEPs as needed on a timely basis, document goals, and modify goals based on student needs and performance.
Master's Degree in Communication Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology
Active state licensure where residing and where performing teletherapy services.
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)
Basic computer and technical skills (you’ll be using a webcam)
eLuma, LLC provided the following inclusive hiring information:
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Pay: From $45.00 per hour
Contact Info: Bwilliams@elumatherapy.com
Early Intervention Provider-Speech Language Pathologist-TARC tiny-k
Southeast Kansas Education Service Center (Greenbush) is looking for a creative and quality driven speech-language pathologist to work with families that include infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities. Successful candidates will be located at TARC, Inc. in Topeka, KS. The therapist will work as part of a team conducting evaluations, program planning, and caregiver coaching in children’s homes, childcare settings and other community locations. The position will open February 1, 2022, we will continue to interview candidates until we find a match for our program.
Alisha Delgado, M.A. CCC-SLP, shared this description of working with TARC’s tiny-k program, “One of my favorite parts of working at TARC tiny-k is the intense level of teaming with disciplines outside of Speech Pathology! The amount of knowledge I have gained working alongside OT, PT, and ECSE teachers is invaluable. I know that my level of treatment for kids I serve is elevated by all the cross education we receive from each other. As a feeding and swallowing specialist, my passion has been supported in ways that has helped us elevate our services in our network to the highest levels. The level of knowledge and expertise in our network professionals is great for new graduates looking for the next level of training to become the best at what they do!”
- Applicant must hold or be eligible for Kansas certification/licensure in speech-language pathology.
- Four years’ experience working with persons with disabilities preferred.
- Must have and maintain a valid Kansas Driver’s License as well as a satisfactory driving record. All applicants will be required to present a current Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) at the time of application.
- Conduct intake and screening visits (to determine eligibility for services) at the family’s home, childcare, or other natural setting.
- Work as a transdisciplinary team member to collaboratively serve eligible infants and toddlers.
- Participate in team evaluations to determine the eligibility of referred children, as well as participate in team assessment to determine the functional developmental strengths/challenges of eligible children.
- Work together with families and other team members to develop appropriate Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) based upon family-identified priorities.
- Provide Family Service coordination including identifying, mobilizing, and coordinating community resources and services to enable the family to receive the maximum benefits from early intervention services.
- Collaborate with other community resources for assigned families.
- Complete appropriate documentation for accountability, compliance, billing, data entry and communication with other providers according to state, federal and local guidelines.
- Deliver ongoing home and community-based intervention utilizing a primary provider model and coaching interaction style for caregiver support to increase the child’s participation, engagement and independence throughout daily routines and activities.
- Participate in teaming process.
- Monitor parent-child progress in terms of goals met.
Southeast Kansas Education Center conducts background screenings, post-offer, pre-employment, and random drug testing.
If interested, please go to www.greenbush.org and complete the application entitled Early Intervention – SLP – TARC tiny-k. Further inquiries can be sent to Kelly Frantz-Langford, Children’s Services Assistant Director, TARC, 2701 SW Randolph Ave., Topeka, KS 66611 785-232-0597 X8631 or email to email@example.com E.O.E.
Speech-Language Pathologist - Kaw Valley
12/11/2021Speech Language Pathologist- Outpatient - Wichita
Kaw Valley School District (Rossville/St. Marys) is seeking to fill a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist for the 2022-2023 school year.
A Speech/Language Pathologist provides specially designed instruction to children ages birth to 21 years old to meet the unique needs of students and ensure that students have access to and/or benefit from participation in the general education setting. Services may be provided in a group or individual setting. The Speech/Language Pathologist must work closely with the staff and administration of the school district.
At Kaw Valley, our team of SLPs meets monthly to collaborate and provide each other with internal professional development. Outside PD development is also encouraged. Manageable caseloads with varied ages and ability levels. Supportive administrative team. Fantastic schools!!! SLPA support.
1. Administering and interpreting evaluation results
2. Consulting with parents, teachers, and other school staff.
3. Preschool screenings.
4. Screen and evaluate appropriately referred students.
5. Provide direct therapy in individual and group sessions, focusing on articulation, language, and fluency.
6. Help plan programs to be carried out by teacher/paraeducator at school or by the parents at home as stipulated on the IEP.
7. Consult with regular education/special education teachers regarding students with speech/language concerns who do not qualify for services.
Job Type: Full-time
Contact Sarah Sanders
- Master's Degree in Speech/Language Pathology and current Kansas State License
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification required
- Experience with child speech-language disorders and therapy preferred
Director Special Education/Special Services
Kaw Valley School District
Box 578 Rossville, KS 66533
Is Pediatric Therapy your passion? If so, we’ve got the rewarding opportunity you’ve been waiting for!
We are looking for a speech language pathologist with a passion for helping children and families with special needs to empower them to grow and learn on a path to a more independent life.
Heartspring speech language pathologist work with a comprehensive interprofessional team of therapist to design individualized treatment plans to help children achieve their highest potential. Collaboration with audiologist, occupational, physical, and behavioral therapist to implement effective therapeutic plans with the child and family.
Our speech language pathologist work with children ages birth to 21 in an outpatient setting by providing speech/language evaluations, augmentative communication and oral motor assessments and interventions to help them build the skills necessary to have a more independent life.
Kind, compassionate individual with open, proactive communication skills, a positive, energetic attitude, and team-oriented mentality.
Candidates must have a Master’s degree in speech language pathology and current permanent Kansas Speech Language Pathology license in good standing.
- Master's Degree in speech language pathology from an accredited college or university
- Current permanent Kansas Speech Language Pathology license in good standing.
- Maintain Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)
- Successfully complete all required orientation and training conducted by Heartspring staff, including annual NCI certification
Our speech language pathologist are offered competitive salaries based on education and experience.
Heartspring offers a generous benefit package including paid vacation and sick leave, insurance, and retirement plans. Professional liability insurance, continuing education training, licensure and professional dues.
Apply at https://www.heartspring.org/careers/speech-language-pathologist-outpatient?0815
Speech Language Pathologist - KC Metro, Wichita and Southern KS
Follow this link to apply: https://mindsmatterllc.com/career-opportunities/
We are currently offering a $1,500 bonus for this position!**
Minds Matter, LLC is an organization dedicated to helping individuals who have experienced a brain injury live independently at home. Our innovative experts provide services and resources that empower consumers to relearn, reinvent and reconnect in their communities. We believe in a holistic, person-directed approach to care. Your goals are our goals. Our consumers work with physical, occupational, cognitive, behavioral, and speech therapists as well as Transitional Living Services staff who help consumers learn independent living skills so they can live, work and play in the community.
Speech Language Pathologists provide treatment of speech and/or language disorders, such as problems with the actual production of sounds and difficulty understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas. Assessment and treatment of persons with TBI may include the areas of language (listening, talking, reading, writing), cognition (attention, memory, sequencing, planning, time management, problem solving), motor speech skills and articulation, and conversational skills. Speech/Language Therapy can also address issues related to swallowing, respiration, and voice.
Responsibilities and Duties
Qualifications and Skills
- Responsible for learning and implementing all aspects of Minds Matter, LLC philosophical principles in all aspects of service delivery.
- Perform evaluations that address consumers’ mental abilities and analyze medical data to determine best methods and strategies for therapies.
- Complete documentation as deemed necessary by an individual’s plan of care (IE: evaluations, progress notes, daily notes, letters of medical necessity, etc.)
- Integrate employment, educational and independent living goals into therapy.
- Collaborate with consumer and other professional staff to determine when goals are being met.
- Attend team meetings and assist consumer in goal setting.
- Provide services only as designated on each individual consumer’s authorized plan of care.
- Assist with the selection and utilization of adaptive equipment and/or augmentative alternative communication devices as well processes for home and community environment.
- Work directly with consumers to improve skills in all aspects of their life goals.
- Document sessions with the consumer the day of the service and is goal driven, concise, factual, and clear.
- Educate and train families and caregivers about the consequences of brain injury strategies and techniques and communicate with them about goals and progress as needed.
- Attend all trainings and workshops to maintain ability to provide the most up to date, effective and evidence based practice.
- Establish and maintain a professional rapport with all consumers, co-workers, referral agents and representatives of other community agencies and services.
- Promote public relations throughout the agency and community for the program.
- Demonstrate a willingness to serve on agency and interagency task groups as requested.
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisors.
- Provide care and maintenance for Minds Matter LLC issued iPad and iPhone.
- Maintain confidentiality of protected health information in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
- Possibly serve as a consumer’s team lead, which entails being accountable for updating goal plans and team meeting history forms during the team meetings with progress, effectiveness of strategies, concerns, task assignments to team members, or changes to goals.
Education and Experience
- Ability to teach skills to individuals with disabilities.
- High degree of sensitivity towards all people.
- Ability to deal professionally with persons on a one to one basis.
- Ability to effectively plan, coordinate and assist with all aspects of a consumer’s life.
- Excellent time management skills, often changing from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to meet deadlines.
- Basic to moderate technology skills, as our electronic medical record system is run on an iPad.
- Successful completion of a Speech Language Pathology Program from an accredited university.
- Must be currently licensed in the state of Kansas and hold ASHA Certification of Clinical Competence.
- Experience working with people with disabilities is appreciated.
Measurement of Success
- Some lifting required for consumers with physical needs
- Requires good verbal skills and listening ability
- Must be able to read and write
- Basic iPad proficiency
- Have reliable transportation
- Check voicemail and email daily
Total Compensation Package
- Feedback by constituents including consumers, families and other agencies.
- Ability to relate to and work with all consumers effectively.
- Degree of confidence displayed in the execution of responsibilities.
- Positive and professional relationships with all internal and external contacts.
**New hire bonus for applicants hired for 20 or more hours a week: $500 is paid at the completion of training, $500 after 90 days, and $500 at the six-month anniversary.
- In addition to competitive pay, we offer a 401K, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), free CEUs, health insurance, dental insurance, and vision coverage to qualified employees, and generous accrual of paid time off.
- What Minds Matter Therapist Appreciate: the ability to set their own hours and schedule, a work-life balance where they aren't hounded about productivity, the ability to find creative solutions to life's challenges, and a supportive work environment.
- Do meaningful work. With Minds Matter, your work makes an impact on a consumer's life from your very first session. Our therapy is applied in an individual's home and/or community - the most natural setting possible. As a result of this, our outcomes are 4-5x greater than that of other brain injury rehabilitation programs.
Job Classification: Exempt, Full-time
Work Schedule: Forty (40) hours per week
Reporting Relationship: Vice President of Pediatric Services
The Speech Language Pathologist will assess and treat infants and children with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders. This position impacts the quality and effectiveness of speech therapy services in the on-site pediatric outpatient program. Children requiring speech and language intervention most frequently have a diagnosis of developmental speech delay, autism spectrum disorders, hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, genetic disorders and other neurological conditions.