A Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) works on developing a child's or adults' understanding and ability to express language. SLPs also assist those who stutter, have voice or eating/feeding disorders, have auditory processing (listening) difficulties, have various disorders (ADHD, Autism, Developmentally Delayed, Stroke Victims, Cancer Victims, Learning Disabilities, Articulation Disorders (Dyspraxia), Augmentative Communication (use of pictures or voice output systems to talk), and many other areas.
Speech Therapist/Speech Language Pathologist
Therapist/Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) is a trained professional that is
licensed by the state and certified by the American Speech and Language
Association (ASHA). They will start with a comprehensive evaluation and will
give you an idea of the next steps to take.
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