a key member of the rehab team. Directs, diagnoses, and conducts programs to improve communicative skills related to speech and language problems.
a specialist in evaluating, diagnosing and treating students with communication disorders
A health care professional who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of speech and language.
Medical professional trained to evaluate and train the hearing impaired person in using any one, or all, of the following: speech, sign language, fingerspelling, and residual hearing.
an important member of early intervention teams, aged care services teams, and school therapy teams
a professional who is responsible for the identification, assessment and treatment of a wide range of structurally and behaviorally-based communication and swallowing disorders experienced by both children and adults
a professional who works to improve the communication skills of children and adults who have speech and/or language problems
a specially trained professional who works with individuals with all types of communication difficulties
A therapist responsible for the evaluation and treatment of problems with speech and language including: auditory, cognitive comprehension, attention, writing, reading, and expression skills.
A person who is qualified to assess a person's speech and provide interventions to improve it. Sometimes referred to as a language specialist.
A specialist who evaluates and treats people with communication and swallowing problems. Also called a speech therapist.