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NEAT Center Seeks AAC Specialist

The NEAT Center at Oak Hill is seeking an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Specialist to support the needs of students and other individuals throughout the state of CT. This is a contracted position to help deliver professional development, training, and coaching as well as to conduct evaluations and consultations, both through virtual and in-person modalities. While there is flexibility within this role, some services will need to be delivered during business hours and deadlines will be set. A current license in speech-language pathology through the state of Connecticut and the American Speech-Language Hearing Association is required.

If you are interested in learning more about this position, please submit a brief description of your interest, experiences, and availability to General information about New England Assistive Technology (NEAT) can be found at

University of New Haven Seeks Program Director

University of New Haven
Program Director, MS in Speech and Language Pathology Program
Lecturer, Department of Allied Health
Search #20-04F

The Department of Allied Health in the School of Health Sciences at the University of New Haven is seeking to hire a non-tenure track faculty member as the Founding Director of our graduate Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology Program. This is a position to be filled for Fall 2020.

The University of New Haven School of Health Sciences trains competent, caring health professionals by delivering innovative, interdisciplinary healthcare education and services that are student-centered, focused on excellence, with a global reach. The School aims to be a regional destination and nationally recognized leader for healthcare education and services at the forefront of healthcare for the 21st century. The School of Health Sciences is comprised of four undergraduate and three graduate programs offered on its West Haven, Connecticut campus. The School’s faculty include 55 full-time and clinical faculty, an on-campus Dental Center and a Health Sciences Simulation Laboratory.

The University of New Haven School of Health Sciences is one of the most progressive health science schools in the US for its approach to integrate all health professionals—from technicians to physicians—in an interdisciplinary, interprofessional educational experience focused on its three primary pillars: prevention, person-centered care, and health policy. The School has embarked upon a 10-year plan of launching 10 new academic programs in rehabilitation sciences, health sciences, public health and more. The School of Health Sciences has strong relationships with multiple health systems in the southern New England region that provide ample opportunities for research, community partnerships, and other collaborations.

The planned graduate Speech and Language Pathology program is one of the key components of the School of Health Sciences’ plan for growth and expansion. This program is anticipated to be launched in Fall 2022. The program’s success will depend upon building clinical relationships, development of academic learning environments and effective enrollment management strategies. It is anticipated that this graduate program will have considerable demand and strong job placement.

Specific Duties:

The Program Director will provide leadership in all aspects of program management and administration including but not limited to:

  • Program planning and operation
  • Program evaluation
  • Attainment and maintenance of accreditation
  • Budget management
  • Selection and evaluation of program personnel

In addition, the Program Director will:

  • Teach courses at the undergraduate or graduate level
  • Advise and mentor students in the School of Health Sciences
  • Serve on departmental, college and university level committees
  • Develop relationships with local organizations and partners for clinical experiences for the Speech and Language Pathology program

Minimum Qualifications:

  • An earned graduate degree in speech-language pathology, audiology, or speech, language and hearing science
  • Demonstrated teaching excellence at the undergraduate or graduate level
  • Licensed or eligible for licensure in a recognized jurisdiction;

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with ASHA guidelines and accreditation standards.
  • Previous administrative and organizational experience
  • Clinical program development experience, including establishing clinical rotations and partnerships
  • Experience advising, mentoring or coaching students or peers
  • Experience teaching in accredited clinical programs
  • Experience working in diverse, multidisciplinary teams

Employment is contingent upon successfully passing a background investigation. The hiring salary for this position is dependent upon qualifications and departmental equity.

Interested candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, a cover letter including teaching philosophy, recent teaching evaluations, a diversity and inclusion statement and contact information for at least three professional references to Interfolio.

UNH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Assistive Technology Education Specialist – Full Time for CREC Resource Group

Assistive Technology Education Specialist – Full Time –
Job Posting 8196

CREC Resource Group, 111 Charter Oak Ave., Hartford, CT 06106

Date Available:

Closing Date:

Position Purpose
Under the direct supervision of a Senior Education Specialist and the Managing Director of Professional Learning, the Certified Education Specialist, who is a Speech-Language Pathologist, is a proactive member of the CREC Resource Group (CRG) service delivery team. The Education Specialist will provide assessment and intervention services to students requiring assistive technology (AT), including augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and will provide technical assistance and training support to educational staff throughout the Greater Hartford region and beyond.

Essential Job Functions
-Conduct AAC and AT assessments for students with disabilities and prepare written reports.
-Collaborate with school-based teams to provide technical assistance and training regarding AT/AAC intervention and implementation within the schools.
-Develop and deliver professional learning experiences about AT/AAC within school districts as well as CREC central.
-Work with district administrators and other stakeholders to identify needs and create professional development plans to assist with building capacity for the delivery of AT services in districts.
-Assist district stakeholders with delivering coaching, training and technical assistance when necessary to build capacity for AT/AAC within districts either on-site or virtually.
-Collaborate with CRG colleagues to create various AT/AAC services and products that will benefit the building of capacity regarding AT/AAC in school districts and beyond.
-Manage multiple initiatives at the same time.
-Support special education teams with differentiation, inclusion, and best practices for students with disabilities.

Additional Duties
Other duties as assigned.

Use of standard office equipment, such as personal computers and copiers. Advanced knowledge of AT/AAC tools and supports ranging from low to high technology.

Travel Requirements
Extensive travel throughout Connecticut is a requirement of this position.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
-Ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams
-Familiarity with the principles and strategies of instructional coaching
-Extensive experience in developing and delivering professional learning
-Experience coaching, leading and supporting teams of relevant stakeholders
-Ability to provide a continuum of professional development activities through different methods and modes, e.g., in-class or virtual coaching, reflecting on practice with teachers in class or virtually, on-line book studies, make and take workshops, large forum presentations, etc.
-Demonstrated depth of knowledge in:
Evidence-based practice in AT/AAC
Providing evidence-based AT/AAC assessments
AAC/AT tools ranging from low to high technology
AAC/AT strategies and implementation planning
Quality Indicators in Assistive Technology
Building capacity within school districts for AT/AAC
-Strong verbal and written communication skills

Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards
No exceptional physical, mental demands, or work hazards are associated with this position.

Qualifications Profile
-Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or equivalent
-Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association
-State of CT Speech and Language Pathologist Licensure
-State of CT Department of Education Special Service Endorsement – Speech and Language Pathologist (061)
-Five years of experience providing AT/AAC services preferred
-Highly flexible and adaptive work style, with the ability to work irregular hours and prioritize among competing demands.

FLSA Status

Stepping Stones Group seeks Speech-Language Pathologists & Clinical Fellows - Bridgeport, CT

We are interviewing Speech-Language Pathologists and Clinical Fellows for our school-based openings for the 19/20 SY in Bridgeport, CT!

We are an ASHA certified continuing education provider and believe in providing opportunities to learn and grow!

Job Requirements

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited university
  • SLP CCCs or CFY
  • State Licensure or process of receiving State License
  • Background check and fingerprinting required 

Let us help guide you through your CFY and beyond! Our goal is to provide an unparalleled First-Year experience through a variety of resources, mentorship and professional training that will empower your development as a therapist and throughout your career.  As part of the Stepping Stones Group team you can receive:

  • Competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes student loan repayment options, travel options, professional development stipend, license and CEU reimbursement, health benefits, 401K, wellness stipend and much more!
  • Unparalleled national clinical support by some of the nation’s foremost experts in school-based services
  • Pathways to Success which includes (Foundations Mentoring Program & Bloom)
  • $1000 Referral bonus for every full-time, school-based friend you refer, that we hire
  • Robust corporate Giving-Back Program – Stepping Up for a Cause!
  • Access to Bridge Academy with CEU courses offered at no cost to you – All year long! 

We believe in putting the needs of children first. We achieve that by making sure we put you in positions that are just right for you, and we know what it takes to thrive in your career, so call us today!

If interested, contact

CCG Inc. Seeks SLP

Responsible for organizing performing in a professional capacity appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services to meet the needs of language and hearing-impaired students. The Speech and Language Pathologist works under the supervision of the Director of Special Education.

• Valid Connecticut Certification: License as a Speech and Language Pathologist issued by the Connecticut Department of Public Health in accordance with the applicable Connecticut General Statutes.
• Experience with students who have behavioral challenges and social emotional needs.
• Knowledge of diagnostic methods and their applicability to the difficult to test population; basic knowledge of pathology of auditory system and assessment of those disorders.
• Considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written communications skills; skill in individual and group instruction; evaluation skills of speech and language status and basis of disorders.
• Ability to interpret medical and psychological data focused on speech pathology; ability to prepare concise reports, records and instructional material; ability to lead and instruct teaching staff; ability to utilize computer software.
• Knowledge of Special Education procedures (IEP development, PPT process, federal and state regulations) preferred.
• Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience. Master’s in Speech and Language Pathology from accredited college or university.
• Certificate of Clinical Competence (CC/FLP) .

WCHN Seeks Speech Therapist (per diem)

Required: This position requires a minimum formal education of Master Degree and minimum of three years job-related experience. Experience working with children who have Autism Spectrum disorders is required.

Registration, Certification Requirements: Connecticut Speech/Language Therapist License. ASHA certificate of clinical competence. Neuro-developmental training is preferred. Functional Independent Measurement (FIM) certification and CPR certification preferred. Therapist must have experience in depth using a range of pediatric assessments. Must be comfortable working with children ages: newborn to adolescents. Previous work experience with children who have neuro-developmental disorders and developmental delays is required. Must have experience working with patients with neurological conditions. Speech Therapist will provide services that identify, prevent, remediate and rehabilitate speech, language, cognition, voice, fluency and swallowing disorders in children. Evaluates and analyzes patients, treatment and instructions to patient/family to maximize functional independence.

Hours: Per Diem.


Speech Therapist – Per Diem – Job ID  444

Southern Connecticut State University

King's Speech and Learning Center seeks SLP

King’s Speech and Learning Center
Avon and Cromwell, CT

King’s Speech and Learning Center is offering an exciting SLP position 2 years minimum experience as a licensed SLP

Job Type: Full Time


  • Evaluate and treat adult and pediatric patients
  • Experience in pediatric developmental disorders, social language (all ages), teen/adult executive functioning disorder, and structured literacy intervention for dyslexia
  • Participate in periodic center related activities and community events
  • Assist with program planning and public relations
  • Collaborate with center staff and outside professionals
  • Knowledge of insurance protocols preferred, but not required

Flexible locations including Avon and Cromwell offices; and school setting If you are a self-motivated, competent and creative minded therapist longing to establish yourself in a growing private practice, please apply immediately!!

Pay: $58,000.00 – $84,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations: We are currently operating virtually, though will start reopening in the fall.

Contact Judith Rosenfield at or 860-965-2103.

Southern Connecticut State University

SCSU seeks Director of Communication Disorders Clinical Education

Southern Connecticut State University
Director of Communication Disorders Clinical Education
Department: Communication Disorders Rank: Admin VI
Specialization(s): Director of Clinical Education Search # S20-014

Located in historic New Haven, a city rich in art and culture, Southern Connecticut State University is a diverse and student -centered university dedicated to academic excellence, access, and service for the public good. Southern provides a supportive and welcoming environment for all members of its community through a campus wide commitment to social justice. SCSU is a flourishing community of approximately 10,000 students, located less than three miles from downtown New Haven, with easy access to New York and Boston.

The Department of Communication Disorders at Southern offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Science Degree in communication disorders and a Master of Science Degree in Speech- Language Pathology. In addition to offering an exemplary academic program, the Department of Communication Disorders provides its students with rich internal and external clinical experiences. With the largest university clinic for Speech-Language Pathology in Connecticut, Southern students are offered a wide variety of enriching clinical opportunities.

Brief Description of Duties/Responsibilities:
Southern invites applications from individuals who believe in the mission of public higher education and are committed to outstanding clinical education. Successful candidates will be disciplinary leaders devoted to a student-centric approach.

The Department of Communication Disorders is seeking applicants for a full-time Director of Clinical Education opening. The Director of Clinical Education is the lead member of the management team of the Center for Communication Disorders, Clinical Programs, and Off- Campus Clinical Education. They collaborate with the University, College, and Department administration on initiatives that benefit all entities, including the students.

This 12-month position is available as of August 2020 or until the position is filled. Please refer to the University website for more details on job responsibilities:

Required Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and/or Audiology from an accredited college or university;
• Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association;
• Connecticut Health Department license (or eligibility);
• Eight years of experience in clinical practice;
• Five years of experience in clinical education of graduate students in speech-language pathology and/or audiology;
• Five years of administrative experience in coordinating and/or directing a speech-language pathology or audiology clinical service facility, unit or program;
• Administrative experience, including but not limited to, hiring, supervision and evaluation, operational budgeting and analyses, and billing;
• Excellent organizational skills and experience with developing business relationships, marketing, and strategic planning;
• Excellent oral and written communication skills;
• Excellent computer literacy skills for clinical administrative purposes.
Preferred qualifications include:
• Demonstrates interprofessional collaboration;
• Experience with strategic planning and project management;
• Experience with clinic facility design, renovation, and/or expansion.
These qualifications may be waived for individuals with an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

Minimum Salary: $88,902

Application Process:
Please submit electronically letter of interest, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Communication Disorders Search Committee Chair at Best consideration will be given to complete applications received by Monday, July 13, 2020. The position will remain open until filled.

SCSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer. The University seeks to enhance the diversity of its faculty and staff. People of color, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Temporary Speech/Language Pathologist for CREC Resource Group

Temporary Speech/Language Pathologist
Location: CREC Resource Group
To Apply visit:

Position Purpose:
The CREC Resource Group is seeking a part-time Speech and Language Pathologist to work with schools districts in the Greater Hartford Region. Strong candidates will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, strong collaboration skills, and experience in administering a variety of diagnostic assessments, writing reports and presenting at PPT’s. Successful candidates will provide direct and/or consultative services, both in small group and/or within the general education setting, according to the needs of the child.

Essential Performance Responsibilities:

  • Provides communication therapy and consultation to students.
  • Evaluating and assessing students with speech/language needs.
  • Developing and implementing comprehensive service plans.
  • Creates student goals and objectives for IEPs based on the general education curriculum.
  • Participating in early intervention and data teams.
  • Attending PPT and 504 meetings as necessary.
  • Completes all required reports.
  • Provides consultation services to teachers to assist in meeting needs of specific students.
  • Attends student and team meetings as required.

Additional Duties:

  • May supervise Paraeducator, Speech Language Pathology Assistant or intern.
  • Plans, schedules and reviews/evaluates work.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of speech and language, assessment tools, methods and child developments in the area of language.
  • Knowledge of differentiated instruction based upon student learning styles.
  • Knowledge of data information systems, data analysis and the formulation of action plans.
  • Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws regarding education and students.
  • Ability to organize and coordinate work.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with staff, LEA, students and parents.
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work.

Qualifications Profile:
MS/MA in Speech Language Pathology A valid Connecticut State Department of Education Certification

Easter Seals Seeking Part-Time SLP

*Come join a growing Speech and Language Department treating predominantly pediatrics between 3 and 6 years of age*

Part-Time Position M-F – 20hrs/wk – Meriden, CT

Under the supervision of the Site Director with medical supervision provided by the Medical Director, provides high quality patient care through evaluation and treatment of patients as prescribed by a primary care provider. Services include evaluations, assessments, design of treatment programs, implementation and supervision of treatment programs and educational services.

• Evaluation and assessment of patients relative to their Speech Language Pathology therapy needs. Demonstrating proper skills that identifies and rehabilitates disorders of communication and cognition. .
• Formulation of specific treatment plans and goals maximizing patient safety and independence using sound clinical judgement and evidence based treatment strategies. With physician approval, implementation of the Speech Language Pathology therapy services defined in the patient care plans.
• Ensure completion of all required documentation of patient care activities; evaluations, daily notes, progress/monthly notes and discharge notes.
• Participate in plan of treatment reviews, patient case review conferences, patient assessment and reassessments, outside surveys as appropriate.
• Completing billing in a timely manner.
• Effectively interact and convey the plan of care to referral sources and insurance
• Supervise, as needed, the administration of speech language pathology therapy services by speech language therapy students and/or speech language therapy graduates that are completing their Clinical Fellowship Year.
• Provide necessary educational services to students, staff, and public as assigned. Participates in educational programming by attending inservices.
• Maintain proper credentialing and continuing education credits required for licensing.
• Perform other related duties as required.
• Displays and upholds Easterseals core values of collaboration, respect, caring, excellence and accountability. Consistently demonstrates caring for the community we serve, for one another, and for the organization they are part of, and contributes to building trust, pride and camaraderie.

• This position is be authorized to have access to protected Health Information (PHI) to perform specific job duties.
• Excellent communications skills with patients, families and team members. Displays an even temperament and maturity in judgement.
• Participates as a productive member of the Team. Displays flexibility, a willingness to assist others, cooperation, and respect for others.
• Attends departmental and other meetings as required.
• Participates in Continuous Quality Improvement activities; as directed in the following, but not limited to: Utilization review, Quality Assurance, Program Evaluation, Infection Control, Health and Safety Committee Activities and Chart Reviews and contributes to program development.
• Works towards budgeted benchmarks, established by the budget for average daily charge (ADC) and visits per day per therapist (VPDPT).
• Identifies program needs and reports these to the Site Director.

• Graduate of an accredited curriculum satisfying the American Speech Language and Hearing Association’s academic and practicum requirements; Certification of Clinical Competence or qualification for Clinical Fellowship Year.
• Must be duly licensed under applicable State laws to practice as a Speech Language Pathologist.
• State of CT Speech Language Pathologist License required.
• Master’s or Doctorate degree in Speech Language Pathology Therapy from an accredited college or university.

• This position is appropriate for a Speech Language Pathologist with a minimum of 2 years’ experience

To apply please submit your resume and cover letter to

Wheeler Clinic Seeks SLP

To apply, please visit:

The Speech-Language Pathologist screens, evaluates, treats, and documents speech-language services for clients (students) with a variety of communication, learning, and emotional challenges ages 5-21. Provides classroom based language instruction to support curriculum. Delivers service in accordance with the IEP in a variety of settings including therapeutic settings, classrooms, and in the community.

Masters degree in Speech-Language pathology from an accredited institution plus Supervised Practicum/Clinical Fellowship Year (completed or in progress) is required.

Credential(s) Required: CT State Department of Education Endorsement #061 CT Department of Public Health Licensure as Speech-Language Pathologist ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) (awarded or in progress)

Wheeler provides equitable access to innovative care that improves health, recovery and growth at all stages of life.

Wheeler Clinic offers access to a comprehensive array of benefits, including: For Good Health -Anthem Medical, Prescription, Dental and Vision insurance -Health Savings Account (HSA), with company contribution of $500 per year -Wellness Programs -Free annual flu shots For a Secure Future -Company paid Life and AD&D insurance -Company paid long-term disability insurance For Retirement -403(b) Plan, with clinic contributions for eligible employees -For Career Advancement -Education Reimbursement Program -Training and development opportunities For Work Life Balance -Generous paid time off, including vacation, sick and personal leave -Employee Assistance Program (EAP)- Free and confidential counseling -Employee discounts at local spa and on cell phone services

Demonstrates knowledge of speech-language therapy practice frameworks and state eligibility guidelines. Develops treatment plan in accordance with these guidelines and collaborates with team members to develop an Individual Educational Plan (IEP).

Implements speech and language services based on student’s Individual Educational Plan (IEP) goals and objectives in accordance with the IEP service delivery plan.

Completes speech/language and hearing screenings. Conducts speech and language evaluations, interprets and reports findings, and develops treatment plans, goals and objectives to meet student needs in accordance with IEP directives.

Provides individual, group, and classroom based speech and language therapy, monitors progress through clinical notes, clinical summaries, IEP evaluations, and ongoing assessment.

Demonstrates competence in use of assistive technology (e.g., computers, digital cameras, software, smart board).

Demonstrates knowledge of trauma informed relational approaches and models and incorporates these models into service delivery.

Identifies potential risk factors and taking measures to reduce those risks in the milieu through reinforcement of positive and safe behaviors, trauma-informed and relationally-based therapeutic interventions, and reporting of suspected child abuse/neglect, according to agency policies and procedures.

Trains and participates in emergency safety interventions authorized and approved by the agency, when a student presents with an imminent safety concern.

Works effectively as a member of an multi-disciplinary team by communicating effectively and positively with students, staff, families, and internal and external service providers, collaborating and consulting with educational staff, and regularly attending team meetings and classroom consultations.

Demonstrates clear, concise, professional writing and oral reporting skills.

Adheres to all agency and department policies and procedures (e.g., confidentiality, abuse reporting standards, safety & infection control) and displays excellent work habits (e.g., provides excellent service, attendance and promptness at work and meetings, timeliness in work completion, efficient management of work).

Provides direct and indirect treatment to students in educational and community settings.

Continues to develop knowledge and understanding about the history, traditions, values, family systems, and artistic expression of groups served as well as uses appropriate methodological approaches, skills, and techniques that reflect an understanding of culture.

Stepping Stones Group seeks Speech-Language Pathologists & Clinical Fellows - Hartford, CT

The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing Speech-Language Pathologists and CFs for the 19/20 SY in Hartford, CT!

We are an ASHA certified continuing education provider and believe in providing opportunities to learn and grow!

Job Requirements

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited university
  • SLP CCC or CF

As a company with a strong value system and a social conscience, we invest in your future through mentoring, clinical support, continuing education, professional development, wellness benefits and a variety of resources that will empower you as a clinician throughout your career.

As part of the Stepping Stones Group team you can receive:

  • Competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes student loan repayment options, travel options, professional development stipend, license and CEU reimbursement, health benefits, 401k wellness stipend and much more!
  • Unparalleled national clinical support by some of the nation’s foremost experts in school-based-services
  • Pathways to Success which includes (Foundations Mentoring Program & Bloom)
  • $1000 Referral bonus for every full-time, school-based friend you refer, that we hire
  • Robust corporate Giving-Back-Program – Stepping Up for a Cause!
  • Access to Bridge Academy with CEU courses offered at no cost to you – All year long!

We believe in putting the needs of children first. We achieve that by making sure we put you in positions that are just right for you, and we know what it takes to thrive in your career, so call us today!

If interested, contact