Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) $1000 SIGN ON BONUS


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Angels of Care is seeking an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist or Clinical Fellow (SLP/CFY) that enjoys working with children in their home or most natural environment.  We are dedicated to putting our children at the forefront of every decision we make, and operate with the core values of Heart, Advocacy, Love and Outreach.  If you are a highly skilled clinician looking for a caring and supportive work environment, and are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and families, then Angels of Care is the place for you!

Angels of Care currently has an opportunity for a part-time or full-time speech-language pathologist in the Pueblo and surrounding areas.

Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health is a clinician owned and operated home health agency with experienced and knowledgeable staff serving the special needs community.  We care deeply for our communities and dedicate significant time and resources to local events and charities for families with special needs children and young adults.  We go above and beyond for our employees, providing the necessary supports and resources to ensure their success, including continuing education, mentorship, and leadership opportunities.

Job Description:

A Speech Language Pathologist will implement treatment programs to assist pediatric patients with cognitive, speech, language, feeding/swallowing and/or social/emotional disabilities by planning and administering speech therapy services.


  • Provides quality care and meets the needs of the patient and family by performing evaluations and interpreting assessment results; developing goals appropriate to child; creating and implementing speech therapy treatment plans in conjunction with the physician.
  • Assists pediatric patients develop or regain cognitive, speech, language, feeding/swallowing and/or social/emotional functioning and improve their level of independence by implementing skilled interventions to maximize the potential of each individual child.
  • Participates in educating, coaching, and empowering caregivers and families to develop skills to carry over therapeutic activities into the child's daily routine.
  • Coordinates with referral partners, including Early Intervention Colorado, to provide services for children in accordance with the physician order and IFSP.
  • Assures continuation of therapeutic plan following discharge by designing and instructing patients, families, and caregivers in home exercise programs
  • Documents patient care services and care coordination in an intuitive electronic medical record system.


  • ASHA certification
  • Colorado State (DORA) license
  • Current CPR certification


  • Part-Time and Full-Time compensation programs
  • Paid Time-Off
  • 401K
  • Major Medical Health Insurance Coverage
  • Dental & Vision
  • Professional license reimbursement
  • Continuing education reimbursement
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Healthy work-life balance
  • In depth orientation and training
  • Ongoing support and mentoring through clinical team meetings
Pueblo, CO 81004, US