A Discussion with a Doctoral SLP Candidate Who Wonders About the Connections between Literacy and Invisible Disabilities {Private Practice Possibilities}

Episode 30 September 22, 2020 00:29:37
A Discussion with a Doctoral SLP Candidate Who Wonders About the Connections between Literacy and Invisible Disabilities {Private Practice Possibilities}
The Missing Link for SLPs
A Discussion with a Doctoral SLP Candidate Who Wonders About the Connections between Literacy and Invisible Disabilities {Private Practice Possibilities}

Sep 22 2020 | 00:29:37

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Show Notes

In this episode an SLP and private practice owner shares how she decided to enter the field of speech-language pathology, as well as how she determined which path to take with her education and career. She explains the philanthropic side of her private practice and highlights the importance of educating a diverse range of high school and college students about working in the field.

 

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