beyond speech therapy is for people of all ages


Beyond Speech Therapy is an outpatient clinic that provides skilled rehabilitation from licensed speech language pathologists in the areas of language, articulation, apraxia, dysarthria, stuttering, cluttering, aphasia, auditory processing, dysphagia, phonological processes, social skills, cognition, memory, voice, cognitive linguistic disorders and Pediatric Occupational Therapy.



Our goal is to provide a positive and nurturing environment for clients and families of all ages to enhance and develop lifelong valuable skills that will improve their quality of life and activities of daily living.



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Beyond Speech Therapy is hiring!

TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE


• Speech-Language Pathologist
AND/OR
• Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant


If you are interested in applying
please give us a call at the office.

(805) 591-7188




It’s Not Just For Kids!


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Caroline moved to the area in 2019 after receiving her undergraduate and master’s from the University of Utah in Speech-Language Pathology. She is an adult-based therapist passionate about neurological communication disorders, primarily cognitive-linguistic impairments and aphasia. Additional areas of expertise include dysphonia, motor speech, and dysphagia. When she’s not at work she enjoys reading a good mystery, petting lots of dogs, and exploring the Central Coast! This picture shows her in her natural habitat: Repping the University of Utah while spending a day hiking in a Utah National Park!

Get to know Caroline a bit more:
- Favorite quote: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” - Nelson Mandela
- What originally got you interested in speech therapy?" My mom! She is also an SLP and I love sharing this amazing field with her. We have always been “two peas in a pod”, but this has made us even closer!"
- What is one of your mottos? "Life is too short to wear boring socks!"
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Caroline moved to the area in 2019 after receiving her undergraduate and master’s from the University of Utah in Speech-Language Pathology. She is an adult-based therapist passionate about neurological communication disorders, primarily cognitive-linguistic impairments and aphasia. Additional areas of expertise include dysphonia, motor speech, and dysphagia. When she’s not at work she enjoys reading a good mystery, petting lots of dogs, and exploring the Central Coast! This picture shows her in her natural habitat: Repping the University of Utah while spending a day hiking in a Utah National Park!

Get to know Caroline a bit more:
- Favorite quote: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” - Nelson Mandela
- What originally got you interested in speech therapy? My mom! She is also an SLP and I love sharing this amazing field with her. We have always been “two peas in a pod”, but this has made us even closer!
- What is one of your mottos? Life is too short to wear boring socks!
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Learn to spot communication disorders.

Things to look for:
-Not paying attention
-Not responding
-Buzzing or ringing in ears
-Needing the sound turned up to hear
-Muffled hearing
-Avoiding conversations, frustration, depression, or self isolation
-Difficulty understanding
-Difficulty responding
-Poor speech production or difficulty talking
-Decreased social interaction
-Saying few words and/or not putting words together
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Learn to spot communication disorders.

Things to look for: 
-Not paying attention 
-Not responding 
-Buzzing or ringing in ears
-Needing the sound turned up to hear
-Muffled hearing 
-Avoiding conversations, frustration, depression, or self isolation
-Difficulty understanding 
-Difficulty responding 
-Poor speech production or difficulty talking 
-Decreased social interaction 
-Saying few words and/or not putting words togetherImage attachment
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Keep looking on the bright side!