Our speech-language pathologists support students with speech-language communication difficulties to participate in learning.
You will enable students to:
- communicate effectively at school
- understand and use language for thinking, discussing, reading, writing and learning
- develop literacy and numeracy
- manage social interactions
- develop their speech sound system
- have a healthy voice
- eat and drink safely at school.
You will also play a key role in supporting and developing the capability of teachers and other school staff to:
- embed Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) into the classroom and school activities
- address barriers to learning that arise from language
- deliver programs
- plan curriculum delivery that meets the needs of all learners.
Speech-language pathologists provide services to a number of schools. Most of the time, speech-language pathologists are based in a school with other health professionals. You will receive professional supervision from a speech-language pathologist.
More information about the role
You will need:
- a current working with children
- eligibility for certified practising speech pathologist (or provisional certified practising speech pathologist) membership of
Speech Pathology Australia
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