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Can You Work Remotely as an SLP?

Primarily driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, remote working has become increasingly popular across all industries and occupations in recent years. Like many jobs, remote roles for speech-language pathologists provided therapists an opportunity to care for their students when face-to-face visits weren’t always possible. Today, the variety of benefits provided by remote SLP jobs has made the occupation an attractive career path for many in the speech-language pathology field.

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What is a Speech-Language Pathologist & How Much Can They Earn?

From developmental disabilities and emotional challenges to speech impediments and swallowing issues, there are countless conditions and speech-related problems that require the unique expertise of a speech-language pathologist (SLP).

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How to Become a Speech-Language Pathologist

If you are interested in a career as a speech-language pathologist (SLP), this guide covers everything you need to know about the path to becoming an SLP.

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ProCare Therapy Report Reveals the Best States to Raise a Family

In order to give your child the best possible start, it is important to choose the right place for them to grow up. This report provides an in-depth look at the best states in the United States to raise a child.

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Sensory Rooms: Why They’re Needed & How to Build One

Multi-sensory rooms are areas that are established to help students calm down or refocus during the school day. These rooms contain various items that help relieve anxiety or overstimulation that may have occurred in the classroom. The goal of sensory room items is to allow children a break and have a pleasurable experience through special implements that relate to textures, lights, sounds, and smells. 

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