Speech Language Pathologist Jobs in Texas

Pediatric speech therapists play a vital role in helping children overcome communication, language disorders, and swallowing issues, supporting their overall development and well-being. At Circle of Care, a leading pediatric therapy center in Texas, we're actively seeking dedicated speech therapists who are passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of children and families through pediatric speech therapy.

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What Do Pediatric Speech Therapists Do?

As a pediatric speech therapist, your primary focus will be on evaluating, diagnosing, and treating communication and swallowing disorders in children. You’ll work with children who have speech delays, language disorders, stuttering, or feeding difficulties to help them improve their communication skills and quality of life. Through personalized treatment plans, you will also work closely with their families to enhance their quality of life and promote fluid communication.

Pediatric Speech Therapy Career Options at CoC

Circle of Care offers several career opportunities for speech language pathologist, including in-home and in-clinic speech therapy.

In-Home Speech Therapy

In-home speech therapy offers the chance to work directly with children in the familiar surroundings of their own homes. This setting allows for a personalized and family-centered approach to speech therapy, as therapists can observe and address specific communication challenges within the child’s natural environment. Additionally, therapists collaborate closely with parents and caregivers to integrate speech therapy techniques into the child’s daily routines and activities, enhancing the effectiveness of the treatment process.

In-Clinic Speech Therapy

At our advanced clinic, speech language pathologist have access to a wide array of resources and specialized equipment to deliver comprehensive speech therapy services in Texas. In-clinic therapy offers a structured and focused environment where speech therapists can tailor treatment plans, working alongside a team of experienced professionals. Speech therapists will have the opportunity to collaborate and learn from experts in language disorders, stuttering, or feeding difficulties, further enhancing their skills and expertise in pediatric speech therapy.


Skills and Requirements for Speech Language Pathologist Jobs

To qualify for a speech therapist position at Circle of Care, you’ll need:

  • A master’s degree in speech-language pathology from an ASHA-accredited program.
  • Licensure to practice speech therapy in the state of Texas.
  • Prior experience or a strong interest in working with children.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with children, families, and other healthcare professionals.

Duties and Responsibilities of Speech Language Pathologist

As a speech language pathologist at Circle of Care, you will have a wide range of duties and responsibilities to ensure the optimal care of your patients. Some of the key responsibilities include:

  • Conducting comprehensive evaluations to assess speech and language skills, as well as swallowing function.
  • Developing individualized treatment plans tailored to each child’s needs and goals.
  • Implementing evidence-based therapy techniques and interventions to improve communication and swallowing abilities.
  • Monitoring progress and adjusting treatment plans as necessary.
  • Collaborating with families and other healthcare professionals to provide holistic care and support.
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Is Speech Therapy a Good Job? Benefits of Speech Therapy Career Path

Choosing a career as a pediatric speech language pathologist offers several benefits, including:

Making a Difference

Helping children and families to overcome communication, language disorders and swallowing challenges can have a profound impact on their lives and futures. Seeing a child achieve their goals and reach their full potential is incredibly rewarding.

Dynamic Work Environment

Pediatric speech therapists have the flexibility to work in diverse settings, including homes, clinics, and hospitals. This variety keeps the work exciting and allows for personal and professional growth.

Collaborative Team Approach

Working alongside other healthcare experts in communication, speech and language disorders, allows collaboration and shared expertise.

Continuous Learning Opportunities

The field of speech-language pathology is dynamic and evolving, providing ongoing opportunities for professional growth and development for pediatric speech therapists.

Why Work at Circle of Care?

At Circle of Care, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality pediatric therapy services to children and their families. By joining our team, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse group of professionals who share a common goal of helping children reach their full potential. Here are some reasons why you should consider working at Circle of Care:

  • Comprehensive Support: We provide extensive support to our therapists, including mentorship programs, continuing education opportunities, and access to a network of experienced professionals.
  • Mission-Driven Culture: At Circle of Care, we provide a wide range of therapies and techniques. Our dedicated therapists will provide your child with the support they need to reach their maximum potential.
  • Competitive Compensation: We offer competitive compensation packages and benefits to attract and retain top talent in the field. Contact us to learn more about the open positions and the pediatric speech therapist salary offered by Circle of Care.

Apply for Speech Language Pathologist Jobs at Circle of Care

If you are ready to take the next step in your career and make a meaningful impact on the lives of children, we invite you to join our Speech Language Pathologist team at Circle of Care. We are currently accepting applications for pediatric speech therapist positions in Texas. To apply, please visit our careers page at Circle of Care Careers and submit your resume and cover letter.

We look forward to welcoming you to our team and supporting you in your journey as a speech language pathologist.