eLuma is the premier provider of live, online therapy services (also known as teletherapy and telepractice) and software solutions for K-12 special education. We don’t just fill a need, we help districts integrate online speech therapy, school psychology, counseling, mental health services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and a broad range of assessments with onsite services to support district teams and create better student outcomes.
We are currently seeking Part-Time and Full-Time Speech-Language Pathologists to work remotely with schools in Vermont for the 2021-2022 school year!
Speech-Language Pathologist responsibilities MAY INCLUDE ANY COMBINATION of the following tasks and activities:
Utilize eLuma’s web-based platform for delivery of services.
Understand and follow the ASHA’s Code of Ethics and Scope of Practice.
Understand and follow the scope of practice and regulations of the state(s) in which you are licensed.
Adhere to HIPAA regulations, including The Privacy Rule and The Security Rule.
Adhere to HIPAA privacy safeguards related specifically to speech therapy and teletherapy.
Provide skilled speech therapy treatment for students, both individually and in group settings. Complete session SOAP notes within 48 hours of treatment.
Some contracts include Case Management duties to ensure appropriate delivery services.
Communicate with families and/or school-based personnel regarding services and scheduling.
Design innovative and engaging materials, prepare IEPs as needed on a timely basis, document goals, and modify goals based on student needs and performance.
Conduct assessments with students and complete assessment reports
Write progress reports as required by school
Complete all required documentation in eLuma’s secure portal. (Some schools may require documentation in their systems as well.)
Proper time management to work within the total hours budgeted for the position, including direct & indirect time.
Master's Degree in Communication Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology
Active state license as a speech-language pathologist in Vermont.
If you don’t currently live in Vermont, active state license in your state of residence.
ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)
Basic computer and technical skills (you’ll be using a webcam)
Two + years experience working in schools
Occupation Classification Requirements:
- Speech-Language Pathologist