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  • Speech Pathologist Salary www.healthcare-salaries.com

    The overall salary for a speech pathologist is determined by a wide range of factors such as working industry, years of medical experience, type of employer and the city one works in.

  • What Personality Traits Do Speech Pathologists Need? everydaylife.globalpost.com

    The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has identified several “must have” characteristics for SLPs.

  • A Day In The Life Of A Speech Language Pathologist planospeechtherapy.com

    At its simplest, speech-language pathology is the treatment of communication disorders, so a speech-language pathologist (SLP) is a therapist who works with clients to help them communicate more clearly, more easily, and more effectively.

  • Audiologists And Speech-Language Pathologists In Canada www.servicecanada.gc.ca

    Over the last few years, the number of audiologists and speech-language pathologists has grown sharply. This can be explained by the many newcomers to the profession and by rising needs among children and seniors. Considering that universities have increased the number of spots for students and the impact of immigration, the number of people in this occupation should continue to grow sharply over the next few years.

  • Careers In Speech-Language Pathology www.asha.org

    Working with the full range of human communication, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) evaluate and diagnose speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders and treat such disorders in individuals of all ages, from infants to the elderly.

  • Speech Pathologist: Career Profile careerplanning.about.com

    Speech pathologists, officially called speech-language pathologists and sometimes called speech therapists, work with people who have a variety of speech-related disorders. These disorders can include the inability to produce certain sounds, speech rhythm and fluency problems, and voice disorders.