- Provides consultation (including prevention), evaluation, assessment, intervention and counselling to clients and families around communication
- Works in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team to inform integrated care plans
- Uses appropriate standardized tests and outcome measures in clinical practice
- Uses non-standard assessment tools/forms when appropriate
- Makes appropriate referrals to other services, agencies, etc.
- Incorporates goal setting in discussion with family/client
- Adapts approach to changing needs of clients and families
- Keeps family/client informed of progress and of any changes in plan
- Adheres to Centre/professional charting guidelines
- Demonstrates familiarity with current literature, issues and trends of practice
- Participates in regular quality improvement activities to further refine clinical practice, equitable and efficient service for clients and families
- Shares new knowledge and best practices with colleagues, students and other professionals within the organization, professional body and community
- Participate in quality improvement activities to ensure the maintenance of a safe and healthy work environment
- Utilize the teaching/learning process to provide education, both formal and informal, to clients/families, colleagues, students, and other professionals within the organization and the community
- Participates in quality improvement initiatives, supports the maintenance of a safe and healthy work environment and advances a culture of client/patient safety through work and daily practices
- Other duties as assigned
- Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology
- Current registration with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO)
- Previous pediatric clinical related experience preferred
- Experience with providing assessment, consultation and therapy for pediatric Spina Bifida, neuromuscular disorders and/or inpatient rehab preferred.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with clients, families and members of the interdisciplinary care team
- Demonstrates flexibility and co-operation in dealing with change
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and in an interdisciplinary team
About the Organization
Join a world of possibility! Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital creates a world of possibility by supporting children and youth living with disability, medical complexity, illness and injury. Holland Bloorview is a top 40 Canadian research hospital that is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and serves over 7,500 families annually. Providing both inpatient and outpatient services, Holland Bloorview is renowned for its expertise in partnering with clients and families to provide exceptional care and is the only organization to ever achieve 100 per cent in two successive quality surveys by Accreditation Canada.
Holland Bloorview has won numerous awards including Greater Toronto's Top Employers, Canada's Top Employers for Young People and Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures. We offer an inspiring, innovative, and collaborative work environment with competitive compensation and benefit packages and programs that support ongoing learning and professional growth.
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto and is committed to fostering a climate of equity and diversity and welcomes and respects the diversity of our clients, families, staff, trainees, volunteers, trustees and partners. As part of our commitment to fair and equitable recruitment and selection practices, we encourage applications from racialized persons, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas within our community.
Interested applicants are invited to submit their application by pressing the "Apply" button near the top of this page. Should you require accommodation during any stage in the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-425-6220.
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