Speech-Language Pathology

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Opportunity abounds! SLPs enjoy variety in the field

The possibilities for where speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work are bountiful! You can work in a hospital, skilled nursing facility, school, or even your own private practice. It is up to you and your career goals.   As a traveling speech-language pathologist, who has worked short-term contracts across the country, I’ve had the privilege of working in …

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3 Websites to Find Affordable ASHA-Approved Ethics Course

If you’re a speech-language pathologist in the US who needs to renew your certificate of clinical competence (CCC), then you probably noticed that ASHA has changed its requirements to include an ethics course as part of the CCC continuing education maintenance. You might be wondering “Where can I take an ASHA-approved ethics course?” Here are …

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How To Become a Travel SLP

Travel speech-language pathologists take short-term contracts across the United States to fill temporary staffing needs. As a travel SLP, one month you might be working in a skilled nursing facility in Virginia, and the next month doing home health in California. If this sounds like your dream job, then you might be wondering how to …

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Can You Take a Travel Assignment as a SLP Assistant?

Traveling therapists trek through the United States for work. They fill short term, temporary assignments between 13 weeks to 9 months. Travelers are used to fill a variety of staffing needs. Such as maternity leaves, seasonal surges in caseload, or chronic staffing shortages to a specific location. Can you take a travel assignment as a …

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