Busy speech pathology private practice, with offices in Marin and Sonoma counties which serves children of all ages and adults in hospitals and on an outpatient basis, has full time and part time openings for a speech pathologist, speech pathology institute, or a Clinical Fellow.
Our practice provides services to a wide variety of clients primarily in our clinic. We provide services to children diagnosed with apraxia, receptive/expressive language disorders, Autism, Down Syndrome, articulation/phonological disorders, and dysfluency.
In addition to children, we also serve an adult population with a variety of including but not limited to dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, traumatic brain injuries, cochlear implants, and voice disorders. We serve the adult population in our clinic as well as in the acute hospital setting.
Our clientele is diverse and working at our practice provides experience in all aspects of speech pathology. Competitive salary, CEU contribution, matching retirement, paid time off (PTO), and medical/dental benefits are included in accepting a position with our practice.
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Speech Language Pathologists and Clinical Fellows are required to have a Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology, current CA state licensure, and CCC certification from ASHA
Speech Language Pathology Assistants are required to have a Bachelor's degree and CA state SLPA license
Internal Number: 333
About Speech and Language Services of Marin-Sonoma
Speech and Language Services of Marin-Sonoma is a comprehensive speech pathology practice with locations in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Diagnosis and therapy are provided on an individual basis, with treatment designed to meet the individual needs of both adults and children. We serve children birth to 3 years old, school age children, outpatient adults clients, as well as adults in the acute care hospital setting. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of: aphasia, dysphagia, apraxia, voice disorders, articulation, receptive and expressive language disorders, social pragmatics, auditory processing disorders, and stuttering.