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 Stuttering Objectives for the Speech Pathologist?

Answer Stuttering symptoms include repeating words along with prolonging sounds. A stutterer might say, "um" more than normal. Or, he might say, "S-s-s-save me a seat," prolonging the "s" sound until he c... Read More »
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How to Become a Speech Pathologist?

Speech language pathologists (SLPs) work with people of all ages who have difficulty with communication and/or swallowing. Schools, hospitals, clinics, and skilled nursing facilities are just a few... Read More »
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What is a speech language pathologist?

While you may feel comfortable correcting someone's pronunciation or incorrect grammar, consistent speech errors may be the sign of a disorder. In that case, a speech-language pathologist may be ne... Read More »
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What is the salary range for a speech pathologist?

Speech pathologists with one to four years experience earn a median annual salary range of $41,920 to $57,718 as of May 2010, according to PayScale.com. Speech pathologists with five to nine years ... Read More »
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What is the starting salary for a speech pathologist?

As of May 2010, PayScale website reports that the average salary of a speech pathologist ranges from $40,588 to $80,493. PayScale also reports that the salary can vary depending on geographic locat... Read More »
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