Deborah Lott discusses how SLP’s work with a wide range of issues and how the issues fall into several main categories. Deborah is a speech pathologist and homeschooling mom of four.
When you think of a speech/language disorder, what comes to your mind? A child who stutters? One who says, “wabbit” for “rabbit?” An autistic child who has only a few words in his spoken vocabulary? Speech-language pathologists work with a wide range of issues.
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