Speech-Language Therapist

 

The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) works collaboratively with Behavior Analysts and Classroom Teachers to develop and provide educational and clinical programming related to communication goals in the classroom for students with autism and related disabilities. The SLP engages in active consultation with all classroom staff, during which the SLP observes the staff work with the student, reviews data, models various clinical and teaching strategies for the staff, provides corrective feedback to staff, and directly works with the student in order to revise or probe techniques. The SLP will serve as an active member of the students’ Individualized Education Plan teams and will provide parent consult and training as needed. The SLP takes an active role in ensuring all speech services are delivered in accordance to current evidence-based practices and are provided in an ethical manner.

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