We're currently looking for a Speech Language Pathologist to
join our team! Full time, Part time, PRN, and Supervisor
Pathfinder Pediatric Home Health is a family owned business . We
have over 20 years of experience in providing physical,
occupational, and speech therapy services to the children of Texas.
We rely on an extended family of employees who have developed a
loyalty to the business because of the family values espoused from
one generation of leadership to the next.
Pathfinder Pediatric Home Health cares for our therapists. We
want you to feel like you are part of our family. That is why we
offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package:
Competitive Compensation / Visit Rates
Professional Liability Insurance
Flexible Work Schedule
Generous CEU Reimbursement
State of the Art Technology (Point of Care System, Tablet Touch
Supportive Office Staff
Employee Referral Bonuses
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We pride ourselves on working with experienced professionals and
new graduates alike to develop and enhance the skills of every
member of our therapy team. Our employees love the flexibility that
our program offers. Whether you are looking for a full time
caseload or something less intensive, Pathfinder has a program that
will work for you.
Are you a new graduate and/or new to Pediatric Home Health?
As a Speech Language Pathologist, you make a difference in the
life of every child that you treat. Our company strives to ensure
success with our mentor program. Each new member for the program is
required to spend a minimum of four weeks with their mentor
co-treating one on one. Members with previous experience may be
able to shorten the minimum requirement to meet their needs as
agreed upon with management of the clinical staff. At the
completion of the four week mentor program you will begin a gradual
transition to your own case load. Through the mentor program you
will learn techniques specific to pediatrics, time management
skills, how to manage schedules, effective ways to interact with
families and caregivers, as well as company policies, procedures,
and software systems.
A registered professional who assists children with their
individual needs to guide them in developing the skills necessary
to become functional and independent adults.
Diagnoses and evaluates speech and language skills as related to
educational, medical, social, and psychological factors.
Plans, directs, or conducts rehabilitative treatment programs to
restore communicative efficiency of individuals with communication
problems of organic and non-organic etiology.
Provides counseling and guidance and language development
therapy to disabled individuals.
Reviews individual file to obtain background information prior
to evaluation to determine appropriate tests and to ensure that
adequate information is available.
Administers, scores, and interprets specialized hearing and
Develops and implements individualized plans for assigned
clients to meet individual needs, interests, and bilities.
Reviews treatment plan, and assesses individual performance to
modify, change, or write new programs.
Maintains records as required by law, establishment's policy,
and administrative regulations.
Attends meetings and conferences and participates in other
activities to promote professional growth.
Instructs individuals to monitor their own speech and provides
ways to practice new skills.
Provides supervision for SLPA’s.
Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited College or University
Texas State License in Speech Language Pathology
Valid Texas Driver's License
Automobile Liability Insurance
Current CPR Certification
Ability to work independently and maintain a positive, courteous
Continued education is contingent on successfully maintaining
current required certification(s) and/or license(s)
Pathfinder works hand in hand with the families we serve to
positively impact the lives of children. Our goal is to provide
each patient with outcome oriented care tailored to put each child
on a path to physical and social independence.