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Speech Language Pathologist - PRN

Atlantic Beach, FL, United States
Updated at
2022-08-12 04:00:03
Make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story.
Filled with great stories and storytellers, Fleet Landing can change the story of your life. Find a career here, and you can add depth and meaning to your story beyond what you can imagine. 
Our Story
Integrity and passion drive us to be extraordinary. Since our beginnings in 1990, our dynamic and purpose-driven community has become a place where excellence abounds. No one offers a senior living community quite like Fleet Landing. From pristine campus to luxury healthcare environments, to extraordinary dining experiences, our commitment to excellence in hospitality is found in every detail. There’s nothing we won’t do to support the successful aging of those who live here. 
Your Opportunity
Fleet Landing currently has over 140 healthcare beds including a post-acute unit, long-term care, assisted living, and memory care. Our latest expansion, Beacon Pointe at Fleet Landing, will bring 128 new Independent Living Residences including 30 new skilled nursing beds, and 38 new assisted living to our thriving community!
We are seeking an Speech Language Pathologist whose primary responsibility is for their direct clinical skills, documentation skills, and the compliance to all professional standards.  The SLP shall supervise any SLP-CFY as assigned per ASHA supervision requirements.  
WELLInspired™ - Benefits
Our residents deserve the best, and so do you. We offer generous benefits in addition to meaningful work, enriching community and a competitive salary. Full-time benefits include a generous 401k match, 90% of medical premium costs employer paid, uncapped PTO accrual from day 1, and extraordinary scholarship and continuing education opportunities.
We invite you to make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story — and give your life new meaning. Tell us why Fleet Landing is where you want to write the next chapter in your life! 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the evaluation and treatment of residents who demonstrate disorders of speech, language, cognitive communication, voice, fluency, and swallowing.  Evaluation and treatment will only be conducted after a written order is received from the physician.
  • Responsible for the screening of residents of the facility as follows:
  • New Facility residents: Within 24 hours of admission
    Long term residents: Upon receipt of a “significant change” form and/or upon referral from nursing.
  • Responsible for the completion of all necessary documentation, which includes but is not limited to the following items: Initial Evaluation Forms, Weekly Progress Notes, Monthly Recertification Forms, Discharge Summary
  • Responsible for attending all required facility meetings and in-services, including Medicare meetings, family meetings, care plans.
  • Develop programs appropriate to the needs of the residents in the facility, to assist them in achieving their highest feasible level of functioning.
  • Assist the facility in meeting the standards necessary to obtain state, federal, and other appropriate certification.
  • Employ and follow all appropriate facility infection control policies and procedures and will respect and follow OBRA Resident’s Rights Guidelines.
Minimum Education Required:
Master of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology, Speech and Hearing Sciences or Communication Disorders. State Licensure. (or proof of registration to complete the Clinical Fellowship year in Speech Pathology after which certification can be obtained). ASHA Certification (or proof of ASHA Certification)
As applicable to assignment.
Fleet Landing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace