Retention of Qualified Speech-Language Pathologists in the
Retention of Speech-Language Pathologists in Health Care
2006 Forum on Strategizing Solutions to Personnel Shortages in Speech-Language Pathology
Calling on—and Grateful for—Counseling Skills: When a client revealed a suicide attempt, this SLP used techniques she never anticipated she’d actually need.
Drexel Autism Institute to Develop Post-High School Transition Programs
Apraxia May Progress to Neurodegenerative Disease
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