Speech Language Pathologist
The Speech and Language Associates of Toronto, inc. (SLAT) - Toronto, ON

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Company: The Speech and Language Associates of Toronto, inc. (SLAT)
Position: Speech Language Pathologist
Site: Greater Toronto
Reports to: Manager
Work time Days Monday – Friday, and weekends are optional
Status: Part Time/Contract

The Speech and Language Associates of Toronto, inc. (SLAT) is looking for a speech language pathologist willing to take on additional hours. SLAT offers easy access to home and school based speech and language services in the Greater Toronto Area. Their licensed therapists collaborate with family and team members to provide the best treatment solutions for each individual client. SLAT philosophy is to build a love of communication by providing high quality, individualized assessment and treatment programs for each and every one of our clients, as each person is unique in every way.

Reporting to the manager, the SLP will have to perform in:
-1:1 or group services.
-Parental coaching.
-Tailored individualized programs.
-High standard of care.
-Measurable goals and outcomes.
-Clear communication with client and parents about progress and results.
-Open communication with all team members for improved overall success.

-Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from an accredited university
-Member in good standing with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathology of Ontario (CASLPO).
-Membership with Professional Association e.g. Ontario Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA) preferred.
-Experience completing language/cognitive-communication assessments and planning and implementing therapy activities.
-Strong customer service focus and excellent communication skills (verbal and written) required.
-Travelling between sites and off-site locations may be required.

Please attach your resume by email. Only suitable candidates will be contacted.

Thank you.
Melissa Oziel-Attuil
Director, SLAT