Speech Language Pathologist
Job description

A speech-language pathologist is responsible for assessing, diagnosing, treating and developing plans of care to help improve, maintain and restore certain skills and functions in their clients. Such functions include:

  • Articulation or phonological disorders, such as dysarthria or apraxia of speech.
  • Language processing challenges.
  • Language fluency, including stuttering.
  • Feeding and swallowing difficulties due to dysphagia.
  • Social communication pragmatics.

The day-to-day duties may vary based on the work setting and area of specialization. However, some key responsibilities SLPs share are as follows:

  • Conduct screenings to assess a client’s speech and swallowing challenges.
  • Evaluate and diagnose speech, language and communication disorders.
  • Develop an appropriate treatment plan.
  • Provide rehabilitation or communication strategies for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
  • Train, communicate and educate family and caregivers of those with communication or swallowing disorders.
  • Offer augmentative and alternative communication systems for clients who experience challenges with severe social expression or language comprehension disorders, such as those on the autism spectrum.
  • Use an interdisciplinary approach to address a client’s communication and swallowing needs.
  • Complete administrative tasks, including the recording of a client’s progress during and after treatment and the maintenance of client records.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Pay: $58,000.00 - $98,000.00 per year


  • Flexible schedule


  • 8 hour shift

Application Question(s):

  • Are willing to undergo a background check?
  • Are you looking for remote Only?
  • What age groups do you have specialize in Speech-Language pathology?
  • Are you licensed in Florida and/or any other states? Please provide specific states.
  • Do you have an Autonomous license or require supervision?


  • Master's (Preferred)


  • Speech-Language Pathology: 3 years (Preferred)


  • Spanish (Not Required)? (Preferred)


  • Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology (Preferred)

Work Location: Remote

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