Speech-Language Pathologist: Evaluation and treatment of children with speech, language, cognitive-communicative, feeding and swallowing delay and disorder. Education of patients and families regarding communication and swallowing disorders. Documentation of clinical findings, adhering to regulatory agency and insurance requirements.
The Brighton Center for Specialty Care is the newest University of Michigan Ambulatory Care facility dedicated to providing high quality health care services for adults and children. The brand new 2-story facility is located at 7500 Challis Rd Brighton, MI. We are actively seeking compassionate, enthusiastic and patient focused individuals who will share in the goal of crafting the ideal experience for our patients, families and employees.
- Evaluation of children with communication and swallowing disorders
- Treatment of children with communication and swallowing disorders
- Education of patients and families regarding communication and swallowing disorders
- Documentation of clinical findings, adhering to regulatory agency and insurance requirements
- M.A. or M.S. In Speech-Language Pathology
- Current licensure as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Michigan is necessary
- A Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), or, eligibility to initiate a Clinical Fellowship, is required.
- Previous experience with assessment/treatment of children with complex communication disorders
- Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
- Ability to work effectively with medical and allied health professionals within an interdisciplinary team
- Progressive experience in the assessment and treatment of children with communication and feeding/swallowing problems.
- Skill in differential diagnosis of speech and language disorders..
- Previous experience with resonance assessment.
The Brighton Center for Specialty Care
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