Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)?

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP):
After reading comments on Facebook from some of my colleagues around the country, Kindred is a fair/good co. To work for. However, pay for SLPs is low, and raises have been non-existent. Work is inconsistent, based on types/# of patient’s available in facility.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Milwaukee:
"Perspective Salary For SLPs."
Pros: There is some flexibility with my current position.
Cons: Salaries are not as attractive as I would like. Increase in salary.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Ligonier:
Pros: Flexibility and independence.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Daytona Beach:
"How rewarding rehab could be."
Explore your options, find your niche. So many possibilities.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Germantown:
"TOO much paperwork."
This job has way too much paperwork. There is no way to get it all done.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Marysville:
"Smal town feel."
Pros: Close knit community.
Cons: COmmute from my house.

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in Laurel:
"Very Prepared."
Pros: I am given the freedom to treat patients in the best way I see fit while collaborating with my fellow employees. Given the responsibility to manage my time and effort in the most efficient way I see fit to achieve tasks. Great relationship with my main supervisor and have been told on many occasions that I am a big asset to the team and company.
Cons: At times, belittled by CEO of company by her undermining my plan of care and pushed to make recommendations based e money and revenue of facility. When the CEO has not Speech-language Pathology background. Also, no room for growth in responsibilities or pay increases.