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Speech Language Pathologist Clinical Fellow (SLP CFY)

Opya, Inc. San Mateo, CA
  • Expired: 13 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Amazing Career Opportunities for SLP Clinical Fellows at Opya
Caseloads include ASD, AAC, Articulation, Expressive and Receptive Language Delay & Phonology

Opya is hiring SLP Clinical Fellows to help kids with autism and we want inspiring people to join our growing team. You'll become a part of our team of pioneering and passionate multidisciplinary clinicians comprised of Behavior Technicians, Feeding Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and Intervention Specialists.

Change the world for kids with autism and their families. Help us innovate by contributing your ideas to the development of our custom built cutting-edge tech tools. The tech we are developing empowers parents and clinicians to provide clinically excellent services through improved communication and enhanced coordination of care.

You'll join a dynamic team who provide collaboration, training, support and mentorship. Our clinical supervisors have over 20 years of diverse experience. Therapists have the opportunity to co-treat and collaborate with other disciplines and learn to provide creative, functional evidence based care.

Opya provides clinic-based and in-home services for children age 12 months through young adulthood. specializes in working with children with autism and we pride ourselves on providing varied experiences.

Caseloads include: ASD, AAC, articulation, expressive and receptive language delay and phonology.

Openings in our Santa Clara and San Mateo clinics, with upcoming opportunities in the East Bay and SF Peninsula.

Clinical Fellow Testimonial
Elizabeth Porter MA-CCC SLP at Opya

“I completed my CFY at Opya in March 2019. It was a great experience due to wonderful and supportive supervision! Having a supervisor on site and very accessible helped me continue my learning. Keiko and Judy are very knowledgeable in treatment strategies, the school districts, insurance companies, and available family resources in the community.

Keiko and Judy mentor in a way that makes you feel comfortable, supported, and valued in your work. Through my CFY at Opya I not only gained continued clinical knowledge, but I also became more confident professionally. I gained experience in a variety of different speech/ language diagnoses including: receptive/ expressive language, fluency, articulation, childhood apraxia of speech, AAC, and feeding.

Being at a multi-disciplinary clinic (ST, Feeding, OT, and ABA) has taught me many useful behavioral management strategies, the importance of positioning, and about sensory processing. I love being able to support our clients with a multi disciplinary team in order to increase their progress and outcomes!

I plan to continue to build my career at Opya!”

Clinical Fellowship Supervisor Bios

Judy Mccrary Koeppen M.S. CCC-SLP
Director of Speech and Occupational Therapy

Judy has over 30 years of clinical experience. Her unique personal and professional experiences coupled with a passion for mentoring and teaching make her an excellent resource and supervisor for clinicians from a variety of disciplines.

Judy’s past experience includes her work at Stanford Hospital where she was part of and managed multidisciplinary teams (Speech, OT, PT), a lecturer for graduate SLP students at San Jose State University and San Francisco State University , and running a successful private practice for 11 years.

As the parent of an adult child with Autism, sensory processing disorder, and ADHD, she provides therapists with unique and functional suggestions and strategies for therapy, home, and the community.

Multidisciplinary experience and training include:

  • NDT Certification
  • Sensory Processing Disorder course with Carol Kranowitz
  • SOS Feeding with the Star Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Hanen Certified
  • More than Words

S. Keiko Ikeda, M.A. CCC-SLP
Chief Operating Officer

Keiko is a Bay Area native with over 25 years of experience in the field of speech pathology ranging from infants to adults. Her experience includes working with children on the Autism spectrum as well as developmental delays, apraxia, dysarthria, phonology, auditory processing, receptive/expressive and social language disorders.

She obtained her undergraduate and Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from San Jose State University and holds a California State License and a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association.

Keiko’s philosophy is based on a strong commitment to working with clients and collaborating with families and other team members to develop and support positive outcomes for each child.

Multidisciplinary experience and training include:

  • Hanen Certified
  • It Takes Two to Talk
  • More than Words
  • The Slingerland Method
  • PROMPT
  • SCERTS

Compensation & Benefits

  • Industry-leading salaries
  • Company-sponsored Medical Insurance
  • Free Dental Insurance
  • Free Vision Insurance
  • Free Life Insurance
  • Access to
    • 401K
    • Free Pet Wellness Program
    • Pet Insurance discounts
    • Student loan refinancing at preferential rates with bonus cash back
    • SmartSpend -gym discounts, travel discounts & more
    • Headspace app for mindfulness, meditation and wellness
    • Free UrbanSitter subscription for your childcare needs
  • Continuing Education Reimbursement
  • CA State License Fees


Job Purpose
Opya’s Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) Clinical Fellows and RPE candidates provide speech, language and feeding services to our clients in a fast-paced multi-disciplinary practice for children ages 3 to 21. Fellows and RPE candidates will have the opportunity to co-treat with other therapeutic disciplines and be a part of Opya’s continued vision to blend treatment and technology in order to enable families and therapists to reach their full potential.

SLP Clinical Fellows & RPE candidates will join our growing team of pioneering and passionate multidisciplinary clinicians comprised of Feeding Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Intervention Specialists, and Behavior Technicians.

They will receive direct supervision and training from supervising SLPs with 25-years and 30-years of clinical experience across various settings.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct comprehensive assessments of speech, language, and social communication
  • Design and implement individualized treatment plans for children diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disorders
  • Implement 1:1 and group interventions in the clinic and home settings
  • Provide multidisciplinary treatment plans to address individual needs for skill development
  • Produce progress reports and treatment plans to meet the requirements and submission timelines of regulatory agencies and funding sources
  • Provide parent education and strategies on how to implement therapy goals in the home and community settings
  • Collect and analyze session data as well as review and adjust treatment goals when required, to ensure appropriate client progress is being made
  • Maintain accurate documentation of sessions that meet the requirements of regulatory agencies and funding sources and aligns with HIPAA
  • Communicate clearly, respectfully and openly with all team members, associated providers, clients, and their parents
  • Use the company’s scheduling and billing system to ensure timely billing practices
  • Attend parent, staff and team meetings and training as requested
  • Other duties and/or projects as assigned

Qualifications

  • Familiarity with approaches used with ASD and other developmental disabilities
  • Early intervention experience and/or experience with Autism preferred
  • Must be positive, energetic and creative
  • Timely, reliable, and committed
  • ​Effective written and verbal communication
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team
  • Basic computer skills and proficiency in Google Docs

Requirements

  • Master’s degree and/or Doctorate in Communicative Disorders/Speech and Hearing Science
  • Eligible for temporary California RPE license
  • US Citizen or Green Cardholder
  • DOJ/FBI clearance
  • Valid California Driver's license
  • Reliable transportation and valid Automobile Insurance
  • ​Negative TB test
  • Current vaccines

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Opya, Inc.

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San Mateo, CA
94402 USA