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1. Can you have a patient that has an aphasia and apraxia, and if so, which one would you address first? And how?
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List of Speech Pathology Interview Questions
  1. Can you have a patient that has an aphasia and apraxia, and if so, which one would you address first? And how?
  2. Describe to me your best therapy session?
  3. What excites you the most about speech therapy?
  4. Talk to me about the controversies surrounding non-speech oral exercises?
  5. What are your experiences using oral motor approach to improve speech clarity?
  6. Describe the special education referral process.
  7. Why did you decide to become a Speech and Language pathologist?
  8. What are your salary expectations?
  9. Would your friends or family, say you have a good patience?
  10. Do you prefer working with children or adults?
  11. Describe your clinical experience during your internship or residency programs.
  12. Why are you the best candidate for us?
  13. What experience do you have working with language disorders?
  14. What are your thoughts about inclusion and pull outs as therapy models?
  15. Describe how you currently work or communicate with caregivers?
  16. What speech therapy method do you practice the most?
  17. What are your research interests?
  18. What excercise do you encourage the most for NS-OME?
  19. What are your experiences working with articulation?
  20. What kind of help do you need to do your best work?
  21. What are your experiences working with cognitive disabilities?
  22. How would your current supervisor describe you?
  23. Speech therapy can cost your patient a lot of money, do you worry about the cost for the patient when doing your job?
  24. Are you okay working the same career for 15 years?
  25. Do you like to work in teams or are you an individual achiever?
  26. What is your greatest strength?
  27. What is your greatest weakness?
  28. What do you know about our clinic?
  29. How would your co-workers describe you?
  30. Tell us about yourself.
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Speech Pathology Information
February 22nd, 2016

Human communication includes speech (articulation, intonation, rate, intensity, voice, resonance, fluency), language (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics), both receptive and expressive language (including reading and writing), and non-verbal communication such as facial expression, posture and gesture. Swallowing problems managed under speech therapy are problems in the oral and pharyngeal stages and sometimes esophageal stages of swallowing.
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