Speech-Language Pathologists

Speech-Language Pathologists
Evaluate individuals with speech difficulties such as problems forming certain language sounds, stuttering, swallowing disorders, expressive language delays, or problems with using appropriate volume. Plan and document therapy, implementing techniques for improvement. May involve choosing communication assistance technology and teaching clients how to use it. May work in a school, hospital, or independent office. May conduct research.

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Education, Mental Health, Family and Faith Based Services

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