Speech Language Pathologists work with children who have a variety of disabilities. Some of the more common disabilities include stuttering, language, voice, articulation and dysphagia. These children have trouble connecting, communicating and socializing with others. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) help these children master skills for success by improving their ability to use, understand and exchange language effectively through speech therapy.
The work of a school-based SLP is so impactful. They are constantly making a difference in the lives of so many children. SLPs help these children master their skills for success by improving their ability to use, understand, and exchange language effectively. And as these children achieve the skills they need to successfully communicate with others, they blossom in all other aspects of their lives.
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