Speech Pathologist

Do you like working with kids and adults with special needs?

Day-to-day Responsibilities


  • Identifying children’s developmental speech and communication difficulties
  • Monitoring and evaluating client’s progress
  • Setting personal objectives
  • Working with children one on one
  • Set up programs to help clear up the speech issue






What is a speech pathologist?

Do you love working with kids and adults with disabilities? Do you like making a difference in people’s daily lives? If so, you would love to be a Speech Pathologist and Audiologist! If you are a speech pathologist you will have many responsibilities. Some of these are that you have to identify and make a plan to help your patient improve their communication skills. If you tend to like working with kids and their parents in a small group, this will be a job that will fit your personality well. Not only will you be able to make a difference in people’s life; but you will be able to help clear up your patient’s communication issues and feel amazing about it.

Advantages and Disadvantages.

Advantages!

  • You will make a difference in people’s life and are able to see the results
  • You get to meet new people
  • You are able to develop new relationships
  • Improve people’s daily life