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Written by Heidi Martino, Published on July 31, 2018

One of the joys of being a Speech-Language Pathologist is the flexibility! A lot of us were drawn to the field due to the variability in opportunities. If we need a change, we can consider working with a different population, specialty area, or another setting all together, from choosing an SNF to becoming a school-based SLP.

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