Roles and Responsibilities of Speech-Language Pathologists in Schools
This program describes critical roles and responsibilities that should provide the basis for speech-language services in schools, to promote efficient and effective outcomes for students. The responsibilities outlined in this program reflect the driving forces that led to changes in SLPs’ roles, including educational reform, evolving professional practice, and legal mandates.
You will be able to:
- define and explain the roles and responsibilities of SLPs in schools
- discuss the driving forces that led to changes in SLPs’ roles in schools
- discuss factors essential for the implementation of SLPs’ roles and responsibilities in schools
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