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Speech Language Pathologist

Good Samaritan Home Care Lawrenceville, Illinois

The posted compensation range of $30.15 - $43.72 /hour is a reasonable estimate that extends from the lowest to the highest pay CommonSpirit in good faith believes it might pay for this particular job, based on the circumstances at the time of posting. CommonSpirit may ultimately pay more or less than the posted range as permitted by law.

Requisition ID 2023-321999 Employment Type PRN Department Home Health and Hospice Hours/Pay Period 2 Shift Day Weekly Schedule PRN Remote No Category Therapy

HAH Good Samaritan Home Care


Unleash the Power of Speech - Transform Lives at Home

In the hushed echoes of homes, where dreams are whispered, and hopes take flight, a profound journey of speech rehabilitation begins. At Good Samaritan Home Care, we believe in the limitless power of speech to transform lives, to bridge gaps, and to restore the symphony of communication. Join our team of passionate speech therapists as we embark on a mission to empower patients in the sanctuary of their own homes.

Empowerment Through Speech - Your Purposeful Calling

Your work is not just a career; it is a calling, a beacon of hope that guides patients on a path of rediscovery. As a Speech Therapist, you are a custodian of transformation, developing and implementing home care plans that breathe new life into speech rehabilitation. With each evaluation, you unlock the potential that lies within, giving voice to dreams once silenced.

Language as a Tapestry of Healing - A Symphony of Care

In the intimate spaces of homes, you orchestrate a symphony of care, performing direct speech therapy treatments with the precision of a maestro. Each word uttered, each sound formed, becomes a thread in the tapestry of healing. With dedication and expertise, you update the speech therapy plan of treatment, ensuring that progress is measured and goals are reached.

Champion of Change - Advocating for Progress

As a champion of change, you are attuned to the nuances of every patient's journey. Your keen eye and empathetic heart notice the slightest shifts in their condition, and you report these changes to the attending physician and appropriate personnel. Your voice becomes their advocate, ensuring that the rhythm of rehabilitation is always in sync with their needs.

Beyond Words - Empowering Patients and Caregivers

Empowerment resonates through your every action, as you provide patient care education not only to clients but also to their caregivers. You are a guide, empowering them with knowledge and understanding, fostering a nurturing environment for progress. Your presence is a source of comfort, illuminating the path ahead.

Harmony in Collaboration - Building Bridges of Care

In the spirit of harmony, you collaborate with other disciplines and community resources, weaving a safety net of support for your patients. The symphony of care extends beyond your individual contributions, embracing a united effort to enhance the lives of those you serve.


Your Instrument of Impact - Master's Degree in Empathy

Your journey as a Speech Therapist is driven by a Master's degree, not just in knowledge but also in empathy. You are attuned to the intricacies of human connection, using your ASHA certificate of clinical competence to craft melodies of healing. With one year of clinical experience, your expertise becomes the instrument through which hope finds its voice.

Compose the Future - Your Symphony Awaits

Compose the future as you step into a realm where every word spoken becomes a catalyst for transformation. Join Good Samaritan Home Care and embrace a career that transcends boundaries, where the power of speech unlocks untold possibilities. In the canvas of home, let your symphony of care inspire, empower, and heal, leaving an indelible mark on the lives you touch.

At Good Samaritan Home Care, we are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in every aspect of our organization. We value the unique contributions of all individuals, including minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.


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