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Speech-Language Pathology Assistants

On the Job


Speech-Language Pathology Assistants work under the direction of speech-language pathologists. They may work with patients who have speech, language, voice, or fluency disorders. They may carry out the treatment plans that pathologists have created. They often keep records and prepare documents.


Typical Work Tasks

People who work in this career often:

Typical Working Conditions


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