Speech Language Pathologist SLPA/CFY Supervisor Jobs in Whittier, CA - Achieve Beyond

Speech Language Pathologist SLPA/CFY Supervisor (California)

Whittier, CA

Ensures the provision of quality speech language therapy services by SLPAs/CFY through supervision and consultation, conducts assessments/evaluations for children in home, community, and/or other clinical settings. Develops rapport and works with assistants to ensure quality services.

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CFY positions available in our clinic based in Whittier, CA

Come join a team of passionate therapists providing excellent pediatric therapy to children throughout the United States! Achieve Beyond was founded in 1995 and is continuously growing to meet the needs of developmentally disabled children through our ABA, speech, occupational, and physical therapy services. We currently offer our services in the entire metro New York area (including the five boroughs of NYC, Hudson Valley and Long Island) and Albany, New Jersey, Connecticut, California (greater Los Angeles area, San Diego, and Orange County), Delaware, and the Virginia/ Maryland/ DC area. We specialize in conducting initial evaluations and providing ongoing services in home, community and clinic settings. Achieve Beyond is centered on our culture of collaboration and support to ensure our services are of the highest quality and adhere to our strong ethical standards.

Whittier, CA
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  • Flexible part time working schedules
  • Full practice management – Training and use of our paperless billing and data collection system
  • 24/7 online learning platform for clinical workshops and trainings
  • Dedicated team of clinical supervisors and administrative staff to provide constant support
  • Financial educational assistance program for select candidates
  • Discounts on retail products, services, and experiences
  • Benefits package available: medical, dental, vision insurances, 401k and 401k with matching (based on caseload)
  • Provide one-on-one and group supervision for SLPA and CFYs providing direct and indirect supervision as per ASHA and CA state regulations and standards.
  • Identify and conduct assessments/evaluations for diagnosis and treatment of the client.
  • Create client program book, reviews data and session notes written by clinicians, and mentors supervisees on instructional materials to support and measure child’s progress and implement achievable functional goals.
  • Develop individualized service plans to meet the child’s specific needs, interests and abilities.
  • Collaborate with parents and the interdisciplinary team members such as occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers, BCBAs, etc. to develop and or modify program activities in order to maximize the child’s functional skills
  • Educate family members and caregivers on different intervention strategies to facilitate active involvement and carryover of skills.
  • Prepare and reviews session notes, progress reports, and/or justification letters, and continuously document the child’s progress toward meeting established objectives and goals.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, parent conferences, case conferences, as mandated
  • Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children and families (in accordance with HIPAA and State & Federal regulations) and submit records to agency within established deadlines
  • Maintain compliance with state and ASHA guidelines
  • State License as a SLP
  • ASHA certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP)
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Experience working with pediatric population preferred
  • Experience working in home, community and clinical settings preferred
  • Must have a passion for working with children, families, and other service providers
  • Must be self-motivated, a team player, and exercise patience/professionalism.
  • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.
Physical Requirements:
  • Must be able to travel to and from assigned cases including but not limited to driving personal vehicle, walking, and/or use of public transportation such as a bus or train.
  • Occasionally ascends/descends stairs going to, while at, or leaving therapy location.
  • Frequency moves/carries objects for therapy sessions weighing up to 20 pounds for various needs.
  • Constantly positions/moves self to provide therapy services.
  • The ability to observe details at close range (within a few feet of the observer).
  • The ability to communicate information and ideas so others will understand. Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.