Speech Language Pathology (SLP)

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As a daughter of a Special Education teacher, my interest in populations with special needs was sparked at a young age. Though I’ve always been interested in health professions, I was indecisive on which field best suited me. However, I when I discovered Speech Language Pathology (SLP), I found what I was looking for. I desire to be an SLP because it will give me the freedom to work in a variety of locations and environments with many different populations while enjoying the luxury of a flexible schedule, a nice income, and possible self-employment. I am eager to learn in graduate school and am excited about being a future SLP.

When first learning about Speech Language Pathology, I assumed it primarily served children in schools. Growing
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