Dysphagia Management Systems Speech Pathology Dysphagia Instrumentation Specialist in Springfield, Illinois
As a Speech Pathology Dysphagia Instrumentation Specialist, you will travel within a few hours of your home-based office to provide mobile endoscopy (FEES) in a variety of settings.
Our unique and innovative Dysphagia Systems Test (DST) evaluates the five systems required for safe swallowing: Muscular, Neurological, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, and Cognitive. Utilizing the DST and incorporating the patient?s entire Care Team, you will present a customized diagnostic profile, as well as recommendations for diet, therapy and further evaluations.
DMS works with an educational company to provide access to online CE content, a weekend scoping course, an observational period, and a comprehensive patient-focused in-the-field learning experience to help you become skilled in FEES to the ASHA standards. A pre/post educational Self-Assessment of Skills, and an educational tuition waiver option is available. We provide all equipment necessary to perform endoscopic swallowing studies, and offer a mentor program, weekly team calls, and continuing education to support you throughout your career!
In this position, you will enjoy a flexible schedule and will be reimbursed for mileage and travel time. Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, and so much more!
Part-time positions are available! Please visit www.DysphagiaManagement.com to learn more about us!
Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology Completion of Certificate of Clinical Competency At least 5 years experience in long-term care following completion of CFY
DMS has revolutionized on-site Dysphagia evaluation and instrumentation to meet the needs of both facilities and patients. The result is our unparalleled Dysphagia Systems Test (DST), which evaluates the five systems required for safe swallowing: Muscular, Neurological, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, and Cognitive. The specificity of our evaluation technique results in the establishment of realistic goals, functional management, and improved patient outcomes.