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- Pacific Coast Speech Services is owned and operated by two local SLPs. We place speech pathologists and SLPAs in Southern California school districts and nonpublic schools. - Please see the map on our website to view our service area, which encompasses Orange, San ...

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Pacific Coast Speech Services Owners Annette Crotty & Louise Valente
Annette Crotty & Louise Valente
12 Ratings
    Speech Language Pathologist
    Current Contractor, more than 1 year
    Orange, CA
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    Good support, nice gifts for Christmas, will advocate for you if something were to go wrong


    Hourly pay, no benefits (But that might be changing now)

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    1. Clinical Fellow Speech – Language Pathologist Interview

      Anonymous Employee in Irvine, CA
      Accepted Offer
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      I applied online. I interviewed at Pacific Coast Speech Services (Irvine, CA) in May 2016


      I had spoken extensively to Louise prior to the interview about the company, how they chose their school sites, and my skills. Louise and her business partner interviewed me. This was actually one of my first professional interviews, so it was a little intimidating to have two of them, but they were very easy to talk to, and open to answering any questions that I asked. It was also the first interview that I have done with speech pathologists versus a human resources person. They did ask lot of more difficult questions, but they were really friendly as well and gave me time to think about my answers for the more difficult questions. They also gave me some good advice.

      You have been given an assessment plan for a fourth grade boy. He's doing well academically, but tends to blurt out inappropriate comments and has trouble with group work. Autism is being ruled out. How would you evaluate this student?

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    Pacific Coast Speech Services

    Are you a district administrator or decision maker? Our clinician reviews consistently represent strong partnerships with local districts. Check out our website for detailed feedback on our quality of service from your Southern California colleagues.

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    Our newly redesigned website has a detailed "flow sheet" for graduate students with detailed links on the steps for obtaining a new credential, license, and ASHA CCCs. We also have a bilingual bell curve to assist in IEP presentations, and a detailed set of instructions needed to move into CA as an SLP with CCCs. Check us out, and watch for new resources coming soon!

    Pacific Coast Speech Services Awards & Accolades

    • Outstanding Leadership AwardCalifornia Speech and Hearing Association2019

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