A Speech Therapist in Dubai earns an average salary of AED 108,000 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years' experience in this career.
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Job Description for Speech Therapist
Social skills are a must for speech therapists, since this job demands that they know a lot about why people do the things they do. Speech therapists usually must have a master’s degree in speech therapy, as well as a state license to administer therapy. Speech therapists must be able to work with people from all walks of life, such as individuals with learning disabilities, trauma victims, and others with speech-related issues.Read More...
Speech therapists need to be compassionate and open-minded individuals who have the ability to put themselves into any person’s shoes. Speech therapists must have extensive organizational skills, since they have many different kinds of patients. They must be able to work in large groups or individually, depending on the situation. They must be able to adapt quickly and act flexibly to accommodate any sudden needs that may arise. Another important tool for a speech therapist is the ability to admit to making mistakes. Speech therapists need to be able to work hard for long periods of time, as the job can be very demanding. Problem-solving capabilities are a must, as many new, complicated situations can pop up at any point during therapy sessions. A well-rounded individual with all of these qualities should be competent and capable of becoming an excellent speech therapist. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Speech Therapist Tasks
- Document the initial evaluation, treatment, progress and discharge of patients.
- Instruct patients in communication techniques and teach speech, muscle and breathing exercises.
- Develop, implement and monitor treatment plans for problems such as stuttering, delayed language, swallowing disorders and or voice problems, adjust treatments accordingly.
- Administer hearing, speech and language evaluations, tests and examinations to patients.
- Evaluate hearing, speech and language test results, medical background to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice and swallowing disorders.