Frequently Asked QuestionsAnswers to the most commonly asked questions about the role of ASHA-certified SLPs in schools.
Guidelines for the Roles and Responsibilities of the School-Based SLP
Recruitment and Retention of Qualified SLPs in the Public Schools
Talking Points About the Reduction of Standards for School-Based SLPs
Language, Speech, and Hearing Contacts in State Education Agencies
ASHA State-by-State Links to licensure boards, state associations, and state teacher requirements.
Additional Resources Links to related ASHA documents and resources for Medicaid, support personnel, IDEA, and family/caregiver advocacy.
Where Do SLPs With Voice Expertise Work?: Most speech-language pathologists with expertise in voice disorders and post-laryngectomy rehabilitation work with adults in health care settings.
So You Want to Practice? In the Country?: If you want to live and work in a rural area, take some advice from a 20-year veteran of small-town life.
NIDCD Replaces Small Grant Program (R03)
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