Placement Services

We know what you’re up against when it comes to meeting staffing needs. Draw on our knowledge base and pool of professionals to expand your team.

Our Therapists

All of our therapists are supervised and mentored by Speech Connections employees, including CFY candidates. When working with Speech Connections, you can be assured that all of our therapists have:

  • Master’s Degrees
  • ESA certificate
  • Washington state licensure
  • American Speech and Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence (ASHA-CCC) (or  currently pursuing their Clinical Fellowship Year certification (CFY))

Placing Therapists

We place therapists only in the State of Washington. We know this market and research our clients carefully. We offer full-time and part-time placements. Each placement is reviewed carefully with the therapist and the school district to help address any questions or concerns. Once we make a placement, we stay in touch to make certain the match is working well for everyone involved.

Transition Plan

We take pride in our ability to transition smoothly into a district. We provide support for our employees so that our therapists are ready to start providing therapy in a timely manner. Our therapists follow your policies and procedures while they’re at your facility. However, they count on our company for all employee-related services and benefits, so you don’t have to worry about these administrative issues. Because we strive to work closely with your district to make the right match, we get to know your district, and your staffing needs. Realizing that training contractors requires significant cost and time, we provide mentoring on our end, so you don’t have to.

Let's Chat

  • Contact Info

  • Placement Details

  • Indicate if you're trying to fill a full-time or part-time position (or both)
  • A rough estimate of the employee's start
  • Tell us what school setting(s) you're trying to fill
  • Share more about what you're looking for, or send us any questions you may have about placement through Speech Connections