Speech & Hearing Month 2021: Communication Health Assistants – Supporting Your Communication Health

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“Communication health assistants are specifically trained to provide clinical services under the supervision of a speech-language pathologist (S-LP) or audiologist. They work in a variety of settings and with people of all ages with communication, swallowing, hearing and balance disorders. Communication health assistants working with…”

Learn more about the role of communication health assistants on the Speech & Hearing Month website

 

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