Corinne Donohue, M.A., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist
Supervisor

Corinne has been a Speech-Language Pathologist with Communication Works for over 10 years. During the past six years, she has supervised several graduate student interns and Clinical Fellows (CFs). Corinne has worked in elementary schools, preschool programs, and early intervention programs and provided in-home services for children three years and under. She has extensive experience with Special Day Class service delivery, developing and implementing social groups, working with students with autism and deaf/hard of hearing students, as well as those with language and articulation disorders. She has expertise with social communication assessments and High Profile Case management. Corinne assisted with a video project for the California Speech-Language and Hearing Association (CSHA) to educate families and caregivers on the expected milestones of speech and language in the two-year-old-child. Her favorite part of being a supervisor is watching the growth that occurs over the course of a CF’s experience. Corinne obtained her master’s degree in Communicative Disorders from San Jose State University.