SLHS 4350: Course Overview
Get an overview of of the Speech-Language Assistant Methods course
The role of speech-language pathology assistants (SLPAs) is to support clinical services provided by speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to, primarily, students in public schools. No school district can employ an SLPA without assigning a certified speech-language pathologist as supervisor. This course does not necessarily meet the requirements for SLPAs in other states. If you want to participate in the class while in another state you need to contact the professor ([email protected]) and include a name and contact information of a certified SLP working in a public school setting in your application.
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