These pages provide you with an overview of each state, including links to state governments, state associations, the regulatory agencies and characteristics of licensure laws.
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Change, Choice, Chance, Challenge: An SLP reconnects with her inner graduate student—by making a career change to teach.
CDC Estimates U.S. Hearing Loss Prevalence at 16 Percent
One-Third of Adults With Hearing Loss Do Not Seek Treatment, Study Indicates
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