Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs)
In addition to working with children and adults with speech and language disorders, speech-language pathologists also assess and treat swallowing disorders, cognitive-communication disorders, auditory processing disorders and accent modification.
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Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs)
Speech-language pathology assistants are support personnel who, following academic and/or on-the-job training, perform tasks prescribed, directed, and supervised by ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists.
Audiologists are healthcare professionals who provide patient-centered care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment of hearing, balance, and other auditory disorders for people of all ages.
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Start a rewarding career in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology and change lives through communication.Options are tremendous and the career path an individual will take will depend upon their training and individual goals. Those who accept the challenge of this profession will find the effort put forth to earn the appropriate degrees will be rewarding.
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