Dynamic Therapy Certificate of Clinical Competence – Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLPs) and Clinical Fellow – Speech-Language Pathologists (CF-SLPs) have responsibilities that include but are not limited to: providing direct speech-language therapy, consultative speech-language services, conducting assessments, writing reports and IEPs, attending IEP meetings and general case management.
- Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited institution
- Hold current state license in Speech-Language Pathology
- Demonstrate outstanding oral and written communication skills
- Demonstrate knowledge and use of various assessment materials
- Understanding of professional ethics and behaviors
- Capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations, and meeting all timelines and requirements of a speech-language pathologist
- Experience working with students, ages birth-21, with speech and language impairments
The Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) is a nationally recognized professional credential that represents a level of excellence in the field of Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP). Those who have achieved the—ASHA certification—have voluntarily met rigorous academic and professional standards, typically going beyond the minimum requirements for state licensure. They have the knowledge, skills, and expertise to provide high quality clinical services, and they actively engage in ongoing professional development to keep their certification current.
The Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship (CF) is the transition period between being a student enrolled in a communication sciences and disorders (CSD) program and being an independent provider of speech-language pathology clinical services. The CF involves a mentored professional experience after the completion of academic course work and clinical practicum.
Speech-language pathology assistants are support personnel who, following academic coursework, fieldwork, and on-the-job training, perform tasks prescribed, directed, and supervised by ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists.
An SLPA must complete an approved course of academic study, field work under the supervision of an ASHA-certified and/or licensed SLP, and on-the-job training specific to SLPA responsibilities and workplace behaviors.
The academic course of study must include or be equivalent to
- An associate’s degree in an SLPA program or bachelor’s degree in a speech-language pathology or communication disorders program;
- Successful completion of a minimum of one hundred (100) hours of supervised field work experience or its clinical experience equivalent; and
- Demonstration of competency in the skills required of an SLPA.
SLP Graduate Students:
Our graduate students receive exemplary training from local colleges and universities in the prevention, identification, and remediation of communication disorders. Graduate students provide speech and language services for individuals of all ages with a variety of communication disorders. Services at the Dynamic Therapy Center are provided by graduate students working towards their master’s degree in speech-language pathology under the direct supervision of licensed Speech-Language Pathologists who are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and their respective State Licensure Board.
Dynamic Therapy tutors are experienced in all subject areas for students between grades PK3 and 12th. Our tutors help both struggling and gifted students reach their full potential by supplementing the instruction they receive in class and guide them toward study practices and aides that can help them excel. We work with individual students one-on-one, though we occasionally organize group activities for students who are studying the same material. Our team offers compassionate and motivating assistance to students.
- Associate degree required
- Teaching certificate preferred
- 3+ years’ experience tutoring children and teenagers
- Ability to pass a background check and drug screening
- Reliable transportation
- Able to develop positive rapport with students
- Excellent communication skills
- Established proficiency in subject matter
Dynamic Therapy’s office manager is responsible for the general operation of the Center. Duties involve greeting visitors, answering incoming phone calls, purchasing office supplies, and taking proper inventory. He/she must be professional, polite, attentive, a master multi-tasker with excellent communication skills and an upbeat attitude. They are always prepared and responsive, willing to meet each challenge directly. Furthermore, the office manager is comfortable with computers, general office tasks, and excels at both verbal and written communication.
- Oversees general office operation
- Greets visitors while answering a high-volume of incoming phone calls and delivering world-class service to our customers
- Coordinates Center appointments and meetings and manages calendars and schedules
- Purchases office supplies and equipment and maintains accurate inventory
- Creates presentations and other management-level reports
- Serves as the point person for office manager duties including:
- Organizes the office layout
- Maintains the office condition and arranges necessary repairs
- Ensures that all office supplies/items are invoiced and paid on time
- Manages office supplies/expenses budget and ensures accurate and timely reporting
- Assists in the onboarding process for new hires
- Addresses staff queries regarding office management issues
- Liaises with facility management vendors, including cleaning, catering, and security services