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Scope of Practice


There have been some exciting new developments in the domain of health care policy as it pertains to speech-language pathologists (SLPs). For a long time, we as speech pathologists have known that our work encompasses treating disorders of feeding, swallowing, speech, and language. I personally have always agreed with the American Speech and Hearing Association

“How does speech-language therapy differ from tutoring?”

For Parents, Uncategorized

I have often been asked this question by parents, and even educators. It is important for parents and professionals to know the differences between speech-language therapy and tutoring in order to make informed decisions about the services they retain or recommend for their children and students. While both speech-language therapy and tutoring can involve academic subjects and

Resources for Caregivers/Adults with Speech and/or Language Impairment

For Adults, For Caregivers, Resources

If you or a loved one have suffered a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other neurological condition, and have noticed speech and/or language changes, the resources below may provide some helpful information. General Information: The American Speech and Hearing Association is always a good place to start if you have any questions about speech, language, or hearing.