What is a Speech and Language Pathologist?

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A Speech and Language Pathologist is a clinician who works to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing (feeding) disorders.

SLPs at MeBe work with children as young as 14 months and young adults up to 18+ years of age. MeBe provides SLP services in several of our Learning Center locations and via Telehealth.

Qualifications for becoming a SLP

  • Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology
  • ASHA CCCs and State Licensure required
  • Professional, outgoing, warm and friendly demeanor
  • Timely, organized, dependable
  • Ability to meet deadlines and coordinate communication with outside professionals
  • Ask us about opportunities for Clinical Fellows and Internships!

Responsibilities of a SLP

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  • Management of a full-time caseload
  • Implement quality, evidence-based, individualized treatment and group treatment to promote a variety of skills in a fun and naturalistic play setting, as well as parent education and implementation of therapy
  • Build and gain rapport with family members, provide parent education to help increase therapy carryover
  • Record objective data to reflect client progress toward goals in daily SOAP notes, complete evaluations and reevaluations
  • Maintain effective communication with team members and supervisors


Competitive annual salary

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CEU stipend of $1,500

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Quarterly Bonus opportunities

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Reimbursement for state license and ASHA dues

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Vacation + paid holidays and paid sick time

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Health, dental and vision insurance

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401k w/ match

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Why MeBe?

MeBe takes pride in providing the most up to date treatment methods and evidence based practice. We ensure our Speech Language Pathologists are set up for success and support our therapists in learning how to individualize each child’s therapy plan, how to incorporate families into therapy, and how to make every session fun!

We believe in a strong support network and have many SLPs on our team who specialize in apraxia of speech, autism spectrum disorder, AAC, feeding disorders, and much more.

We believe that working as a team creates a motivating and exciting culture. There is always something new to learn and another way we can support the kiddos we serve.

Recently Graduated?

MeBe frequently hires Clinical Fellows who have just recently obtained their degree in Speech and Language Pathology. As a Clinical Fellow at MeBe, you will be considered a full-time employee who works under close supervision for 36 weeks before taking on a caseload of their own.

MeBe Speech and Language Internship Opportunities

If you are a current student or studying to become a Speech and Language Pathologist, MeBe offers observation hours and internship opportunities.

Complete the form below to contact us about opportunities for SLP Clinical Fellows and Internships at MeBe.

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