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Speech & Language Pathologist (MCCD)
1 year experience is required
The Speech Language Pathologist performs evaluation and treatment of communication disorders, swallowing, feeding and intellectual deficits in pediatric through geriatric populations. The person in this position provides services to the following populations: Infant Neonate (Birth to one year) Toddler (One to three year olds) Pre-schoolers (Three to five year olds) School age children (Five to eleven year olds) Adolescents (Eleven to eighteen year olds) Adults (Eighteen to seventy-five year olds) Geriatrics (Seventy-five years and older).
Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology.
Georgia State License registered in Speech Pathology.
One year of related experience.
Certificate of Clinical Competence issued by American Speech, Hearing and Language Association or Registration for Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY).
Comprehensive knowledge of Speech Pathology evaluation and treatment procedures.