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Company: NeuroRestorative
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Career Level: Director
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

Speech Language Pathologist~traveling
Primary Location: United States-MI-MIAnn Arbor
Function: Rehabilitation Services
Speech Language Pathologist, NeuroRestorative

NeuroRestorative is seeking a Part Time Speech Language Pathologist to serve individuals in our homes and community based division in the Southeast Michigan area. We serve a clinically intriguing and diverse patient population including those with acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders. Travel is required.
Due to the on-going health issues regarding COVID-19, as your application progresses, you will be asked to participate in virtual interviews.
We thank you for your flexibility and understanding as we focus on the safety and well-being of those we serve, our employees and candidates.


Description

For NeuroRestorative and The MENTOR Network, the role of the Speech Language Pathologist is critical to our success and exemplifies the wonderful mission driven work we do here every day. Direct and administer speech therapy using techniques that assist in the rehabilitation of individuals with functional disabilities of speech, language, voice and swallowing. Review medical records, test and evaluate program participants to develop appropriate treatment plans and administer therapy. Provide effective evaluations, documentation, and communication of medical information.


  • Assess speech and language skills, development, articulation ability and voice and fluency disorders of patients assigned.
  • Review medical history, perform evaluation, and determine patient therapy needs.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate individualized patient therapy plans. Coordinate therapy modifications to the respective patient's plan of care with the Director of Clinical Services and consulting physician.
  • Identify and develop intervention strategies. Routinely review pertinent medical data to determine the effectiveness of therapy services in reaching maximum rehabilitation potential.
  • Instruct patients, family members, and primary caregivers as needed to i\ensure the maintenance of, or acquisition of, optimal functioning level for each individual served.
  • Ensure effective coordination of home care services through timely completion of required documentation and transfer of pertinent medical data to the physician, Director of Clinical Services, and other caregivers.
  • Review and document comprehensive evaluation reports to summarize tests utilized, results of test(s), and diagnosis of speech/hearing disorders.
  • Report and record assessments, evaluations, therapy interventions and patient changes according to physician orders and the Mentor Network’s policies.
  • Investigate and take appropriate actions on any patient, family, or employee concerns and/or complaints.
  • Maintain appropriate HIPPA compliance and a safe patient environment.



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