A Writer’s Guide… to being a Speech-Language Pathologist

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This is part of the series of blog articles called “A Writer’s Guide…”, check out this article by writer Tara Ross to being a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP).

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One thought on “A Writer’s Guide… to being a Speech-Language Pathologist

  1. My brother in law’s wife is an SLP. She is good at her job and is a very nice person. She and I get along pretty well. The only thing I am not a fan of is when she tries to correct my children’s speech. They both speak very well and are on track for development above their age group. They do mispronounce occasional words and my three year old sometimes doesn’t pronounce his S’s which is normal for his age. But she insists that he should be doing more. Like I said, she’s nice and I get along with her, but sometimes she steps in when it’s not always necessary.

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