Overlake Hospital and Medical Center is seeking volunteers for Stroke Support Group

Our meet­ings include sur­vivors of stroke and their loved ones. We aim to pro­vide a friendly and open meet­ing space where peo­ple can give and receive sup­port as well as par­tic­i­pate in edu­ca­tional ses­sions focused on stroke related issues.

As a vol­un­teer, you would be asked to assist with greet­ing par­tic­i­pants and facil­i­tat­ing as needed.

Exam­ples of facil­i­ta­tion may include:

  • Assist with sign­ing in as needed
  • Assist with seat­ing as needed
  • Assist with refresh­ments as needed
  • Pro­vide oppor­tu­nity for social inter­ac­tion for indi­vid­u­als with phys­i­cal and com­mu­ni­ca­tion impairment

Vol­un­teers would need to be avail­able from 12:30 to 2:30 on sched­uled meet­ing days — the fourth Sat­ur­day of every month. Meet­ings are held on the Over­lake Hos­pi­tal cam­pus – Belle­vue WA.

If inter­ested in this oppor­tu­nity, please con­tact Jen­nifer Kurtz SLP at Jennifer.kurtz@overlakehospital.org

Employment Opportunity for Audiologist at The Harbin Clinic in Rome, GA

The Harbin Clinic in Rome, GA is actively seek­ing to employ a highly moti­vated Audi­ol­o­gist to join our Hear­ing Cen­ter. With offices located in Rome and Cartersville, GA this Audi­ol­o­gist will become part of a well-established ENT prac­tice with inter­nal refer­ral sources in the largest physician-owned multi-specialty Clinic in Georgia.

Posi­tion is full-time and requires the min­i­mum of a Master’s degree with prefer­ably three years’ expe­ri­ence or a Doc­tor­ate degree with one year experience.

Must be licensed in the State of GA or license eligible.

The Audiologist’s scope of prac­tice in this posi­tion will include:

Per­form­ing ABRs and VNGs along with all stan­dard diag­nos­tic hear­ing tests

Fit­ting and dis­pens­ing appro­pri­ate hear­ing aid tech­nol­ogy and prod­ucts to our patients based on their hear­ing loss situation

Assum­ing a lead­er­ship role in the eval­u­a­tion and decision-making process with respect to hear­ing aid tech­nol­ogy and selec­tion of prod­ucts as well as dis­cus­sion with and selec­tion of vendors

Pro­vid­ing appro­pri­ate and timely follow-up care to patients

Posi­tion shares rota­tion to both office sites (Cartersville & Rome) along with other Audiologist

Abil­ity to effec­tively build and man­age rela­tion­ships with our patient com­mu­nity is crit­i­cal to the suc­cess of our practice.

Must be able to eas­ily estab­lish rap­port with chil­dren to ren­der a suc­cess­ful out­come in the test­ing and assess­ment process.

Must be able to work within the scope of prac­tice guide­lines and appro­pri­ately direct patients for follow-up care as their health­care needs dictate.

Regard­ing Harbin Clinic:  it is the largest pri­vately owned multi-specialty Clinic in Geor­gia and is located in the beau­ti­ful NW Geor­gia area, con­ve­niently located just an hour and fif­teen min­utes south of Chat­tanooga and north­west of Atlanta.  Rome offers a great qual­ity of life within a unique com­mu­nity sur­rounded by all the ameni­ties of out­door life and a grow­ing pop­u­la­tion of young med­ical pro­fes­sion­als employed by three major med­ical facil­i­ties within a 2 mile radius of each other.

Go to www.harbinclinic.com and view:

Recruit­ment: Advanced Prac­tice Providers tab to see post­ing and link to Recruiter’s email to send resume

Med­ical Ser­vices: Audi­ol­ogy and ENT pages to view ser­vices and bios of our pro­fes­sional staff

About Us and Lat­est News: To learn more about our organization

Part Time position with a Preschool in Lynnwood

After School Teacher Needed
A Jour­ney School (www.ajourneyschool.com) is look­ing for the per­fect sec­ond teacher for their after school pro­gram. The per­fect can­di­date will be a stu­dent who attends school in the morn­ing and early after­noon. They will love chil­dren and have bound­less energy. They will also love sci­ence, specif­i­cally sci­ence exper­i­ments. They will be able to pass a state and fed­eral back­ground check. They will also be able to be insured to drive our school mini­van as dri­ving approx­i­mately 15 miles per day is a part of the job.
What is offered to you? This is a $15 per hour posi­tion. Loads of sup­port and encour­age­ment are also offered. We love our team and take very good care of one another. An aver­age work week will entail approx­i­mately 15–18 hours of work, although when school is out, there will be added respon­si­bil­ity for this role.
Please email christa@ajourneyschool.com with your cover let­ter and resume includ­ing your salary require­ments. The job will begin on about Sep­tem­ber 1.

Child Strive — Multiple SLP Positions Available

We are cur­rently seek­ing enthu­si­as­tic pro­fes­sion­als to join our team as a

Speech Lan­guage Pathologists

Posi­tion: Speech Lan­guage Pathologist

Mul­ti­ple posi­tions open|Sched­ule: .0.75–1.0 FTE|Start­ing pay (1.0 FTE): $49,708.80 — $59,654.40

Posi­tion Summary

Respon­si­ble for pro­vid­ing indi­vid­ual ther­apy and con­sul­ta­tion ser­vices to young chil­dren who have delays in the areas of speech and lan­guage and feed­ing dis­or­ders, as well as other areas of devel­op­ment. Empha­sis on build­ing par­ent capac­ity to pro­vide sup­port to their child’s area of con­cern dur­ing daily rou­tines, using par­ent coach­ing strate­gies. Serves as pri­mary coach (case man­ager) and acts as a Fam­ily Resource Coor­di­na­tor for assigned cases. Pro­vides early inven­tion ser­vices in child and family’s nat­ural envi­ron­ment in Sno­homish County. Main­tains con­fi­den­tial­ity of all infor­ma­tion as required.

Required Qual­i­fi­ca­tions

  • Min­i­mum of Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathol­ogy or Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Disorders
  • Must be licensed to prac­tice in Wash­ing­ton State.
  • Addi­tional Edu­ca­tional Staff Asso­ciate (ESA) cer­tifi­cate and expe­ri­ence pro­vid­ing early child­hood ser­vices are preferred.
  • Will­ing­ness to pro­vide ser­vices in child’s nat­ural environments.
  • Must pos­sess a valid WA State Driver’s License, have auto­mo­bile insur­ance, and be able to use own vehi­cle on the job with a mileage reimbursement.
  • Pre­ferred –Cer­tifi­cate of Clin­i­cal Com­pe­tency from the Amer­i­can Speech and Hear­ing Asso­ci­a­tion (ASHA)

About Our Organization

Child­Strive is a grow­ing non-profit orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to serv­ing our com­mu­nity. Our mis­sion is to advance the qual­ity of life for ALL chil­dren, focus­ing pri­mar­ily on chil­dren ages birth to three years with, or at risk of devel­op­men­tal delays and dis­abil­i­ties. Our vision is that all chil­dren will be ready to suc­ceed in school and in life. We uti­lize a par­ent coach­ing model empow­er­ing and enhanc­ing fam­i­lies in their abil­i­ties to sup­port the devel­op­ment of their chil­dren.   Our staff (ther­a­pists, edu­ca­tors, nurses and social work­ers) par­tic­i­pates as mem­bers of small inter­dis­ci­pli­nary teams of qual­i­fied pro­fes­sion­als pro­vid­ing early child­hood inter­ven­tion and fam­ily sup­port resources to our clients.

Learn more by vis­it­ing www.childstrive.org

To be con­sid­ered email your resume and cover let­ter to employment@childstrive.org


Join a team ded­i­cated to chang­ing the lives of oth­ers while enjoy­ing excel­lent ben­e­fits which may include:

- Com­pet­i­tive wages                — Health Insur­ance                               — Paid Vacation

- Flex­i­ble Sched­ules                — Den­tal Insur­ance                               — Paid Sick Time

- 48 work weeks per year        –Match­ing 403(b) retire­ment plan         — Paid Holidays

*Eli­gi­bil­ity depen­dent on min­i­mum hours worked criteria

Child­Strive par­tic­i­pates in the E-Verify pro­gram and is an equal oppor­tu­nity employer

EEOC/AA — All qual­i­fied appli­cants will receive con­sid­er­a­tion with­out regard to race, color, sex, sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion, reli­gion or nat­ural ori­gin, creed, mar­i­tal sta­tus, age, Viet­nam era or other vet­er­ans’ sta­tus, or men­tal or phys­i­cal handicap.

Employment Opportunity in Hong Kong for Speech-Language Pathologist

ChildPsy Assess­ment & Learn­ing, a pri­vate pedi­atric clinic located in an exclu­sive educational/residential com­mu­nity of Hong Kong, is seek­ing a Speech-Language Pathol­o­gist (Speech-Language Ther­a­pist) to accom­mo­date an expand­ing prac­tice.  Our clinic is led by a Child Psy­chol­o­gist trained in Canada and the US.  Our team con­sists of ther­a­pists edu­cated and trained inter­na­tion­ally.  We serve chil­dren ages one and up, with the major­ity between ages 2;6 – 5;11.  Many of our clients are bilin­gual and most of our assess­ments and ther­apy are con­ducted in Eng­lish.  We sup­port evidence-based prac­tice and a holis­tic approach to ther­apy.  We strive to work closely with par­ents, care­givers and other pro­fes­sion­als to sup­port the child’s learn­ing and development.

The ideal can­di­date will have the following:


•    Mas­ters Degree in Speech Lan­guage Pathol­ogy or equiv­a­lent from a rep­utable uni­ver­sity
•    Cur­rent Cer­tifi­cate of Clin­i­cal Com­pe­tence (CCC-SLP) by ASHA
•    Min­i­mum one year full-time expe­ri­ence in either a school or a multi-disciplinary setting


•       Expe­ri­ence work­ing in a bilin­gual or multi-lingual envi­ron­ment
•       Flu­ent in Eng­lish, prefer­ably bilin­gual in Eng­lish and Cantonese/ Man­darin
•       Expe­ri­ence com­mu­ni­cat­ing with par­ents and care­givers and pro­vid­ing train­ing to them as needed (an inte­gral part of our clin­i­cal ser­vices)
•       Abil­ity to work both inde­pen­dently and col­lab­o­ra­tively
•       Pas­sion­ate about work­ing with young chil­dren
•       Pref­er­ence for the can­di­date with expe­ri­ence in plan­ning and run­ning social groups

This is a part-time or full-time posi­tion with a flex­i­ble sched­ule.  All inter­ested can­di­dates are encour­aged to apply, espe­cially those cur­rently liv­ing in Asia.  We offer a com­pet­i­tive salary (and Hong Kong has low tax rates).

Please email your c.v. to our Clinic Direc­tor, Dr Hen­nis Tse: hennis.tse@childpsy.com

Our clinic web­site:

Wanted: 2nd Year MS Student Raters for Research Study (2015–2016)

Speech Pathol­ogy Master’s Stu­dents Needed for Rat­ing Videos for Research Study

This study is ONLY for stu­dents who will be enter­ing their SECOND YEAR of their Master’s Pro­gram in Autumn Quarter

Pur­pose:  Researchers at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton are con­duct­ing a study. We are devel­op­ing a pro­gram to train med­ical stu­dents and allied health stu­dents how to com­mu­ni­cate effec­tively with patients with com­mu­ni­ca­tion dis­or­ders. We are seek­ing speech-language pathol­ogy grad­u­ate stu­dents who would be will­ing to watch videos of med­ical / allied health stu­dents who have par­tic­i­pated in our train­ing pro­gram. These stu­dents will be con­duct­ing sim­u­lated inter­views with stan­dard­ized patients por­tray­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tion dis­or­ders. We would ask you to rate the stu­dents’ com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills using a rat­ing form. Data from this study will be used to eval­u­ate learn­ing out­comes from the train­ing, and will be used to mod­ify the train­ing in the future.

Inclu­sion criteria:

  • Enrolled in Mas­ter of Sci­ence pro­gram in Speech-Language Pathol­ogy at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton (either core or med­ical SLP pro­gram ok)
  • Have your own com­puter and inter­net access where you can view the videos on a secure web­site and com­plete the eval­u­a­tion forms online.

What you would be asked to do:

    • Attend train­ing ses­sions. We pre­dict two group train­ing ses­sions of about 2-hours in length (snacks pro­vided). Once we have our stu­dent vol­un­teers we will try to sched­ule the train­ing at a time that does not con­flict with courses. We plan to start early Autumn quarter.
    • Rate videos of med­ical and allied health stu­dents con­duct­ing sim­u­lated med­ical inter­views with stan­dard­ized patients por­tray­ing apha­sia or dysarthria asso­ci­ated with Parkinson’s dis­ease. This can be done on flex­i­ble time at flex­i­ble loca­tions with your own com­puter / internet
    • You will be asked to rate 12–15 videos. Rat­ing requires up to 2.5 hours.  If you would like to com­plete addi­tional video sets you may do so.

Addi­tional information:

    • You will be paid $50 for com­plet­ing the research task (one set of 12–15 videos). If you com­plete addi­tional video sets, you will be paid an addi­tional $50 for each video set com­pleted (each set con­tains 12–15 videos).
    • Par­tic­i­pa­tion in this study is vol­un­tary. You may stop at any time.
    • Par­tic­i­pa­tion in this study is not related to any employ­ment, aca­d­e­mic, or med­ical care rela­tion­ships you may have with the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton. Your aca­d­e­mic stand­ing in the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton Speech Pathol­ogy pro­gram will not be affected by your deci­sion about par­tic­i­pat­ing in this study.

Con­tact information:

If you are inter­ested in par­tic­i­pat­ing or have ques­tions about pos­si­ble participation:

Car­olyn Bay­lor, PhD, CCC-SLP

Email: cbaylor@uw.edu (please note we can­not guar­an­tee con­fi­den­tial­ity of email)

Phone: 206–221-3563 (please leave mes­sage with con­tact information)




Mike Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP
Email: mburns@uw.edu


SLP CFY and Full Time positions in Hawaii

EBS Health­care

Our Human Resources and Licen­sure Depart­ments will make your jour­ney as effort­less as pos­si­ble by assist­ing with all of your relo­ca­tion needs. We have the fol­low­ing posi­tions avail­able on all of the beau­ti­ful Hawai­ian Islands:

  • Clin­i­cal Fel­lows (CF)
  • Speech-Language Pathol­o­gists (CCC)
  • Bilin­gual Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Lead Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Clin­i­cal Fel­low­ship Mentors

Click here to learn more

Graduate Funding Information Service (GFIS) Fall 2015 Materials

GFIS descrip­tion and scope

GFIS works with cur­rent and admit­ted UW grad­u­ate stu­dents, help­ing them iden­tify and locate fund­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for grad­u­ate school-related expenses includ­ing tuition, research, and travel. Stu­dents can visit GFIS dur­ing drop-in advis­ing hours, sched­ule indi­vid­ual appoint­ments in-person or via Skype, and request infor­ma­tion by email. Stu­dents can also visit the GFIS Fund­ing Resources Guide and blog to learn about fund­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties (inter­nal and exter­nal to UW), data­bases, search strate­gies, and events. GFIS hosts reg­u­lar work­shops in the Research Com­mons, and also works with UW depart­ments to design discipline-specific work­shops and resources for their grad­u­ate students.

Print­able resources

Fall Quar­ter 2015 programming

The fol­low­ing GFIS events are cur­rently scheduled:

  • Vir­tual office hour: Mon­day, Sep­tem­ber 28th @ 12:00 pm, AdobeConnect
  • Gen­eral Work­shop: Thurs­day, Octo­ber 1st @ 12:00 pm, Research Com­mons, Green A
  • Inter­na­tional Stu­dent Work­shop: Thurs­day, Octo­ber 8th @ 12:00 pm, Research Com­mons, Green A
  • Webi­nar: Tues­day, Octo­ber 13th @ 3:00 pm, AdobeConnect
  • Vir­tual office hour: Wednes­day, Octo­ber 14th @ 3:00 pm, AdobeConnect
  • Gen­eral Work­shop: Wednes­day, Novem­ber 18th @ 1:30 pm, Research Com­mons, Green A

Details about these events are avail­able via the Research Com­mons events cal­en­dar.

Adver­tis­ing assist­ant­ship openings

The GFIS blog is a major chan­nel through which stu­dents learn of assist­ant­ships open to appli­cants from across the Uni­ver­sity. If your depart­ment has an assist­ant­ship avail­able, please con­sider email­ing the details of that oppor­tu­nity to gfis@uw.edu<http://gfis@uw.edu

3 New Work Study Positions — School of Social Work / Apply by August 12th

Posi­tion Title: Work-Study Stu­dent Assistant

Hir­ing 3 stu­dent work­ers at the Office of Stu­dent Ser­vices in the School of Social Work. Hir­ing for Fall Quar­ter and then to con­tinue into the aca­d­e­mic school year.

Before apply­ing, please note this posi­tion requires Fed­eral work-study fund­ing for 2015–2016 aca­d­e­mic year, which is awarded through FASFA based on need. Con­tact the Office of Finan­cial Aid if you are unsure you received fed­eral work study funding.

To Apply:

For pri­or­ity con­sid­er­a­tion, please sub­mit your resume and Fall Quar­ter visual sched­ule (Mon­day– Fri­day, 9AM –5pm) by Wednes­day, August 12th by 5:00 PM. Appli­cants may still be con­sid­ered after the pri­or­ity dead­line. For ques­tions and to apply, please email ntran08@uw.edu


 Pro­vide cler­i­cal sup­port – front desk recep­tion cov­er­age, scan­ning doc­u­ments, fil­ing, pho­to­copy­ing, assem­bling pack­ets, mail merge and other gen­eral office duties

 Pro­vide infor­ma­tion about Admis­sions and Stu­dent Ser­vices to vis­i­tors, appli­cants, and students

 Assist staff with event prepa­ra­tion and events

 Other related tasks as assigned

Min­i­mum Qualifications:

 Must be a UW Stu­dent with work study funding

 Must be able to work inde­pen­dently, exer­cise a high degree of judg­ment, ini­tia­tive and respon­si­bil­ity in work­ing with vis­i­tors, stu­dents and applicants.

 Strong com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, poise, lead­er­ship, atten­tion to detail, and maturity.

 Famil­iar­ity with Win­dows, Microsoft Office Suite and data entry.

 Must be able to lift 20 lbs.

 Com­mit­ment to stay­ing in posi­tion for aca­d­e­mic school year

Edu­ca­tional Benefits:

 Increased famil­iar­ity with social ser­vices agen­cies and uni­ver­sity resources

 Devel­op­ment of inter­per­sonal, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, net­work­ing, lead­er­ship and com­puter skills.

 Event prepa­ra­tion skills

 Prob­lem solv­ing and office main­te­nance skills will be enhanced.

Work Autho­riza­tion:

Autho­rized to work PERMANENTLY in the US (U.S. Cit­i­zen, National, Per­ma­nent Res­i­dent, Refugee, Asylee)

Level of Expe­ri­ence: No expe­ri­ence required, 1–2 years related work experience

Salary Level: DOE