SLP CFY

SLP CFY is short for Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship Year. This is a 36-week program that helps you transition from being an SLP student to a full-time SLP working independently. Your clinical fellowship year is a requirement by the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) to receive your Certificate of Clinical Competence, a certification that is a prerequisite for being an independent SLP.

SLP Clinical Fellowship Year Requirements

During your time in a clinical fellowship year, you will have a mentor that has already received their Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP). Once you have your mentor set up, you will need to obtain 1,260 working hours under their supervision. You can achieve this through full-time or part-time work weeks, however, you cannot shorten the 36-week program by working overtime. During this supervision period, 80% of your time has to be dealing with students and patients directly, performing the same responsibilities you would as if you were working independently.

Before the completion of the CFY program, your mentor will have to complete an evaluation of your performance. There are four categories that your mentor will grade on a scale from one to five. The four categories are accuracy, consistency, independence, and supervisory guidance. You must obtain a score of three or higher on these core competencies.

By the end of your 36-week program, your primary goal is to be able to successfully incorporate the knowledge you learned in school into the clinical setting. Additionally, your communication skills with patients should have improved, as well as recognizing areas that you still need to work on.

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Full Time Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) | San Diego, CA | 2022-23 School Year

  • Schools - SLP - CFY
  • 2 days ago
  • Belmont, CA

Full Time Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) | San Diego, CA | 2023 Spring Semester

Are you looking for a great new opportunity? ProCare Therapy has teamed up with an excellent school district in San Diego, California, and is looking for an amazing Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) for the rest of the 2023 Spring Semester!

The school has the vision of empowering world-class learners by providing the right conditions and culture. To help bring the conditions and culture needed for their students to succeed, the school would love to have an SLP join their team to ensure the success of the children under their care.

If we find the right candidate to fill the role, there is an opportunity of renewing for the next school year. The 2023 Spring Semester is half way over, so lets get an interview scheduled soon!

Job Type:

  • Contractual Position
  • Full School Year
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • End Date: End of School Year
  • Full Time Position
    • 7.5 Hours a Day
    • 5 Days a Week
  • General SLP Duties
    • Will be Assisting AT Team 
  • Caseload Consists of K - 12th Grade Students
  • Caseload Specifics Will be Discussed on Interview
  • Onsite Position
  • Itinerant Position
  • Ready to Interview

Qualifications:

  • Requires a Master's in Communication Disorders or Speech Pathology
  • Must be Licensed SLP in CA
  • Requires Extensive Assistive Technology Experience
  • Previous Experience in Schools Preferred but not Required

Benefits:

  • Competitive Compensation
    • Weekly Pay
    • Based on School Budget and Experience
    • Hourly Rate is TBD, but Ranges From $55 - 75 an Hour
  • 401K Matching
  • Health, Optical, and Dental Insurance
    • United Healthcare

To be considered for this position, please contact Dalton at [email protected]. Please send an updated copy of your resume and three references to that email.

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