A person who is trained in speech and language problems, but often works with newborns in NICUs to help assist them with feeding problems.
a specialist in the treatment of speech problems.
professional who specializes in analyzing difficulties with speech and communication and ways to improve the skills.
person responsible for evaluation and treatment of speech and language disorders including auditory comprehension, cognitive, attention, Writing, reading, and expression skills.
identifies and provides services for children with expressive and/or receptive language problems, as well as severe articulation problems, which affect educational performance.
A licensed professional who applies the principles, methods and procedures of the prevention, identification, evaluation, treatment, consultation, habilitation, rehabilitation instruction and research relative to the development and disorders of human communication.
A regulated healthcare professional responsible for the evaluation and treatment of problems with speech and language, auditory, cognitive (comprehension), attention, writing, reading and expression skills.
Professional person providing speech and language services, including screenings and evaluations. Also referred to as Speech and Language Therapist or SLP.