Why did you become a speech language pathologist? Did you become an SLP to help people unable to communicate? Was it to work with kids? Or maybe, to simply empower people who are speech and language impaired? Whatever your reason, you can achieve it by working in a school setting.
If you are considering making the transition from a clinical setting to a school-based SLP position, it’s important to know your options. There are tons of great benefits in a school-based SLP career, including:
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