Cortica is looking for a full-timeSpeech Language Pathologist to join its growing multi-disciplinary team!
We are a rapidly growing healthcare company pioneering a unique, multispecialty approach to the treatment of pediatric neurodevelopmental differences. We serve a variety of patient populations including individuals with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, sensory processing disorder, articulation challenges, ADHD, anxiety, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, learning disorders, and more. Our care model, driven by insights and technologies from emerging neuroscience, brings together clinicians from a range of disciplines to design and deliver comprehensive care to children. Because the heart of Cortica's mission is direct patient care, the skill and compassion of our staff are crucial to achieving extraordinary experiences and outcomes for the families we serve.
We believe a great culture attracts great people. We also believe that great culture and great people working together can change the world. Our hopes and dreams are bold and ambitious. Our mission is to design and deliver life-changing care - one child, one family, one community at a time. Ultimately, we envision a world that cultivates the full potential of every child. At Cortica, every team member in every role is instrumental in bringing our mission and vision to life.
What will you do?
- Establishspeech and language treatmentgoalsthrough dynamic and standardized assessment tools
- Consult closely with multi-disciplinaryteam members to create collaborative treatment plans andintegrative strategies
- Provide individual therapy sessions as well as group and/or co-treats with other disciplines as therapeutically appropriate
- Maintain patient records, documentation, and appropriate billing in accordance with federal and state regulations and company policy to ensure excellent standard of care
- Provideplay based and goal basedinterventions todevelop receptive and expressive language skills while consider an individual's sensory processing, regulation, and motor differences
- Facilitatefunctionaland stimulating experiences to target and achieve individualized goals
- Devise strategies and supports to help the individual engage in communication experiences across settings
- Collaborate with the individual and family to understand their values, interests, and goals
- Implement programming that considers all aspects of the child, inclusive of, but not limited to:sensorimotor,cognitive,communicative, recreational, and social activities
- Contribute to program development
- Educate patients, families, team members, and caregivers on home programs that complement treatment
- Master's degree
- Licensed to practice as a Speech and Language Pathologist
- Excellent clinical skills
- Desire to work in a multi-disciplinary clinical setting
- Flexible and open to learning
- Appreciation for a wide range of therapeutic approaches
- A passion for working with children
- Knowledge of HIPAA regulations to safeguard patient information
- You are occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, kneel, crouch, or crawl; reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
- Team members must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds