The Speech Pathology Group (SPG) is currently interviewing for an AAC Specialist position in the San Francisco Bay Area.SPG has developed a strong AAC & AT program that is dedicated to providing outstanding service to area school districts You will be joining a network of AAC colleagues that can support and collaborate with you to enhance your career. Our vibrant AAC learning communities meet regularly to share ideas and support, with frequent professional development opportunities.
Duties will include providing: assessments and recommendations for high tech, low tech, and no tech AAC; demonstration therapy and implementation techniques; professional and communication partner trainings.
This position may also involve supervisory, mentoring, and leadership roles.
To qualify for this position, you must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience providing AAC implementation and assessments for those with Complex Communication Needs, Autism Spectrum, and have experience with a broad range of disabilities. Prior AAC coursework and Assistive Technology experience is a bonus!
Please send your cover letter and resume to: Mary Piermarini - Mary@speechpath.com
Professional. Growth. Opportunity.
The Speech Pathology Group (SPG) is a leading provider of speech and language services and one of the most respected therapy practices in the San Francisco Bay Area. Whether just starting your career or redefining it, you want the perfect fit. You want a setting that suits your strengths and a population you really care for. You want flexibility, an opportunity to grow and the tools you need to succeed. And you want the professional and personal support of your colleagues - on-site and online - to help you be your very best. You also know what you need - competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits and a top-notched mentoring and support program. It's all right here at SPG. It's why we work for you.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students