The Speech/Language Pathologist will be responsible for the following:
1. Providing speech and language evaluation and therapy services to students
2. Consulting with educational staff and families in the area of oral motor problems, articulation disorders, receptive, expressive, pragmatic and functional language deficits.
3. Administering assessments for programming and IEP development
4. Writing assessment results in report form
5. Developing treatment plans (to include individual/group treatment in therapy room, classroom, and/or community settings)
6. Documenting attendance and progress
7. Attending IEP and team meetings
Masters Degree in Speech/Language Pathology, CFY candidates welcomed, and Maryland State Licensure. Experience in a special education school or experience providing speech and language therapy to students with Autism and other developmental disabilities is highly preferred. We offer excellent opportunities for professional development and growth.
Ivymount Outreach Programs, Inc. offers an excellent benefits package. Ivymount is committed to a policy of providing employment opportunities to all qualified people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, or veteran status. Ivymount Outreach Programs, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Colleges & Universities, Education / Other, Primary & Secondary Schools
Montgomery County, MD
Ivymount's mission is to offer a model, creative, multicultural, non-biased learning environment where students with disabilities can achieve their highest level of development; to support families in their efforts to make intelligent, thoughtful choices for their children; and, to maintain a leadership role in the community and the broad field of special education so that Ivymount's considerable expertise is widely accessible.
Ivymount School and Programs provides school- and community-based services for children and young adults with special needs from throughout the Washington metropolitan area. The school program serves more than 200 students, ages 4 ? 21, with speech and language impairments, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, health impairments, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ivymount Outreach Programs serve students, teachers, and parents to support children with learning and developmental challenges in the community through assessments, consultation, program development and professional education. The goal in all of the programs is to help children and young adults achieve their highest level of development and independence to live with dignity and self-respect. Ivymount School has been twice recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Founded in 1961, Ivymount celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011.
Ivymount School contributes up to 15% of each employee's base salary for the purchase of the benefit program. Each employee has the option to select the Health Insurance (currently Premera BCBS), and/or the Tax Sheltered Annuity (currently with Lincoln Life), and/or AFLAC (with the exception of the short term disability). When the 15% does not cover the cost of the Health Insurance, the additional funds will be deducted from the employee's pay using tax-free dollars by way of the cafeteria plan. Each employee also has the opportunity to add additional pre-tax dollars to the Tax Shetlered Annuity Plan. The IRS establishes total contribution limits. In addition, Ivymount School pays for an Employee Assistance Program. The EAP plan is available for use by employees and any member of their immediate family. Additional benefits include personal/sick leave, professional leave and tuition reimbursement.
Other benefit options available for purchase by employee include cafeteria plan, AFLAC Insurance, Life and Long Term Disability Group Insurance (UNUM Life).
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