Speech Therapist - PRN


The Speech-Language Pathologist serves as the facility speech therapist conducting patient speech and language assessments, feeding and swallowing evaluations, and speech therapy services as appropriate.

  • Performs speech therapy for facility patients as assigned.
  • Screens, consults, evaluate and develop individualized treatment plans for both inpatient and outpatient.
  • Evaluates patients within two to three working days of physician referral, depending on the level of care.
  • Provides age-appropriate therapeutic interventions.
  • Evaluates patient response to treatment and document the treatment plan as necessary.
  • Provides information and updates to staff, physicians, and family members.
  • Documents treatment and outcomes daily according to accepted regulatory, corporate, and professional guidelines.
  • Provides patient and family education on tasks and resources that will assist with continued functional independence.
  • Communicates results of speech-language evaluations and recommendations to the treatment team and patient/family.
  • Participates in patient care conferences as necessary to provide updated patient progress and goal revisions if needed.
  • Serves as a resource in areas of speech-language pathology.
  • Conducts in-services as requested.
  • Coordinates treatment activity with other disciplines and team members as appropriate.
  • Contributes to the development of improved efficiency and productivity of unity clinical functions.
  • Offers positive suggestions/solutions to improve service delivery and unit operations.
  • Assists with the development of student programs as requested.
  • Contributes to the delivery of cost-effective care.
  • Utilizes resources appropriately and uses/maintains equipment to prolong working life.
  • Participates in discharge planning.
  • Documents and charges daily therapeutic units timely and accurately.
  • Communicates with the Director of Rehabilitation Services regarding department programs, goals, objectives, problems, and successes.
  • Supervise the Speech-Language Pathology assistant in direct patient care and patient-related activities.
  • Accesses and checks email each shift when working to keep informed of current events.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
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Job Requirements


  • Minimum of one-year experience working in an IP and OP setting in developmental disabilities and neurological/orthopedic conditions.
  • Extensive experience in feeding and swallowing treatment and evaluations, including the use of E-Stim for swallowing.

Education Required

  • Minimum graduate of a bachelor’s
  • Preferred-Master’s level program is either accredited by the Speech-Language Pathology Educational Standards Board or whose course work and practice meet the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association credentialing.

Additional Information


  • Must be licensed by the state of Texas by the Speech-Language Pathology Hearing Association
  • Must be certified in AHA BLS
  • Must maintain current certification in good standing during employment with this facility
  • Maintains certifications and licenses as current to avoid voluntary resignation.