Speech Language Pathology Assistant Interviews

Speech Language Pathology Assistant Interview Questions


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Legacy Traditional School
Speech Language Pathology Assistant was asked...28 June 2017

How would you handle conflicts with the patients parents?

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I would refer them to my SLP if they had questions about their child's services.

The Stepping Stones Group

What are your experiences as an undergraduate working towards an SLPA license?

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I volunteered a lot with children with autism during events like the Special Olympics. Less

Fundamental Therapy Solutions

They asked for my experience

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I told them my former jobs and education

Why do you want to work for us?

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Because I need a job. Lol! Humor is grand. Also I like working with a small business because it's close net and I can grow with the business. Less

Behavioral Transformations

Where do you live and would you be willing to commute?

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Soliant Health

They asked about my Spanish speaking abilities and special education/communication background.

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Honestly and chronologically. I shared a few rewarding, passionate accomplishments I had lived through while working with children. Less

Los Alamitos USD

What will you do in this situation. A scenario was given and the candidate had to explain the solution they think would be the best.

Peoria Unified School District

What is your experience as a SLPA?


They asked why do you want to be an SLP


What is your experience in the field?

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