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Speech Language Pathologist (part time)

Speech Language Pathologist (Per diem)
Pediatric Outpatient Rehab
Meeting Street, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to children and families in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, is seeking a motivated per diem Speech Language Pathologist for our location in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Meeting Street's Outpatient Rehabilitation program partners with Southcoast Hospitals Group to provide pediatric therapy services to children with various diagnosis, disabilities, and complex medical needs in Southeastern Massachusetts. Our licensed staff evaluates and treats patients in need of physical, occupational and speech therapy services. We provide customized care with access to extensive resources, including a pool, sensory gym, fully accessible playground, and personal equipment. This is a great opportunity to join Meeting Street where individuals of all abilities learn, play, work and live together. 

Meeting Street respects and celebrates the diversity that contributes to a healthy, caring community. Meeting Street believes the dignity of each person is paramount. We recognize that our community’s future strength rests firmly on our commitment to our values of respect, compassion, integrity, inclusivity, and excellence.   

As the Speech Language Pathologist, you will evaluate and provide individual treatment to pediatric clients aged 3-22 with various diagnosis and disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder and complex medical needs. You will creatively design treatment plans that are both motivating and developmentally appropriate. Also, continuously assess the daily/weekly change of your clients, understanding that there may be fluctuation in momentum and need for catch-up, and you adjust your approach on the fly accordingly. You will partner with families to develop plans for maximum carry-over, with consideration of the family’s daily routines, dynamics, resources, and ability to extend services into their home. Also, actively, and collaboratively co-treat with a team of cross-disciplinary clinicians, including Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Therapist Assistants. 

We do not discriminate in services or employment based on ethnicity, race, age, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, national origin, economic background/circumstances, physical and/or mental abilities, veteran status, marital status, or resident immigration status. To uphold these commitments, we expect all employees to recognize and properly respond to racism and other forms of injustice.
The position requires a Speech Language Pathologist License in the state of Massachusetts. 
COVID 19 vaccination required.