49 matches for Speech education teacher
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- Speech-Language Pathologists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Speech Clinician
- Speech Correction Consultant
- Speech Language Pathologist
- Speech Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow
- Speech Pathologist
- Speech Therapist
- Speech and Hearing Clinic Director
- Speech and Language Teacher
- Speech and Language Clinician
- Speech and Language Specialist
- Speech and Language Therapist, Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
- Speech-Language Pathologist, Assistive Technology Coordinator
- Speech-Language Pathologist, Autism Consultant (SLP, Autism Consultant)
- Speech-Language Pathologist, Elementary School
- Speech-Language Pathologist, Specialist
- Speech-Language Specialist
- Speech/Language Therapist
- Educational Speech-Language Clinician
- Educational Speech-Language Pathologist
- Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped
- Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist
- CEO of Private Practice/Speech and Language Pathologist
- Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC, Speech-Language Pathologist)
- Clinical Manager, Speech
- Lead Speech-Language Pathologist
- Medical Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (Med CCC-SLP)
- Owner/Speech Pathologist
- Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist
- Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist
- Public School Speech Clinician
- Public School Speech Therapist
- School Speech/Language Pathologist
- Staff Speech-Language Pathologist
- Therapy Coordinator and Speech Language Pathologist
- Assess and treat persons with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders. May select alternative communication systems and teach their use. May perform research related to speech and language problems.
- Educate patients and family members about various topics, such as communication techniques or strategies to cope with or to avoid personal misunderstandings.
- Teach clients to control or strengthen tongue, jaw, face muscles, or breathing mechanisms.
- Administer hearing or speech and language evaluations, tests, or examinations to patients to collect information on type and degree of impairments, using written or oral tests or special instruments.
- Conduct lessons or direct educational or therapeutic games to assist teachers dealing with speech problems.
- Conduct or direct research on speech or hearing topics and report findings for use in developing procedures, technologies, or treatments.
- Consult with and advise educators or medical staff on speech or hearing topics, such as communication strategies or speech and language stimulation.
- Consult with and refer clients to additional medical or educational services.
- Develop speech exercise programs to reduce disabilities.
- Develop individual or group activities or programs in schools to deal with behavior, speech, language, or swallowing problems.
- Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders.
- Participate in and write reports for meetings regarding patients' progress, such as individualized educational planning (IEP) meetings, in-service meetings, or intervention assistance team meetings.
- Participate in conferences, training, continuing education courses, or publish research results to share knowledge of new hearing or speech disorder treatment methods or technologies.
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