By Patricia Larkins Hicks
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Prevalence of speech and language disorders. Status of personnel. Summary. 1 2. Speech-Language Pathologist's Scope of Practice Communication disorders. Speech-language pathology services. Supervision. Teaching. Research. Administration. Summary. 9 3. Employment Settings Demographic profile. Community centers. Day health care centers. Day treatment and care centers. Health maintenance organizations. High-risk infant programs. Home health agencies. Hospices. Hospitals. Mobile health clinics. Nursing homes.
7 per 100,000 population. 4 in New Mexico. Table 1 displays the resident population, the number of ASHA certified personnel, and the personnel to 100,000 population ratio for the total United States, four census divisions, in census regions, and the individual states. The figures do not include noncertified ASHA affiliates or non-ASHA-certified personnel. Table 1: CCC-SLP Personnel and Personnel per 100,000 Population Geographic Area and CCC Status. 4 (table continued on next page) Page 5 Table 1: CCC-SLP Personnel and Personnel per 100,000 Population Geographic Area and CCC Status.
Day health care centers represent optimal settings for speech-language pathologists to develop communication improvement and maintenance groups for clients who are not appropriate candidates for individual speech and language treatment. Day Treatment and Care Centers These programs accommodate limited numbers of clients; therefore speech-language pathologists are not usually employed on a full-time basis. Clients seen in these centers are generally mentally ill and developmentally disabled. Consequently, the clients seen in the day centers are usually maintained at home or in small residential units.
Opportunities in Speech-Language Pathology Careers by Patricia Larkins Hicks