- To be responsible for assessment, diagnosis, planning and implementation of treatment programmes for children according to professional standards.
- To complete clinical notes and reports in accordance with professional standards and engage in the process of clinical file audit.
- To collaborate with the service user and their family in goal setting and intervention planning.
- To maintain professional standards in relation to confidentiality, ethics and legislation.
- To maintain and develop professional expertise and knowledge by actively engaging in continued professional development.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
- A Speech & Language Therapy Qualification recognised by CORU and current registration with CORU.
- Membership with or eligibility to be a member of the Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists.
- Minimum of 2 years post graduate paediatric experience.
- Demonstrate sufficient clinical knowledge and evidence-based practice in relation to working with children with disabilities.
- Demonstrate a commitment to assuring high standards and strive for a child and family centred approach.
Display effective communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to treat the service user with dignity and respect.