I have just submitted one application and am hard at work on the rest. I'm really hoping to get in to graduate school for speech pathology for the fall. I have made a list of my top choices and am excited about the prospect of moving. A large part of me would like to stay. I'm comfortable. But there is always adventure in moving!
In about five days, I'll be starting my very last class for my bachelors. It is called Basic Audiology. The course description is: Study of pure tone audiometry, including clinical masking, speech audiometry, and clinical immittance measures. Laboratory exercises are required. This is going to be fun!
In browsing online, I came across this article: I've posted some of it here:
Speech Disorders and Language Disorders
I hope this helps someone who has questions.
I also saw this video about:
This woman who gains her voice back after 30 years. See what a gift our profession can be. (This video is not of an SLP, but I imagine she has had therapy after her surgery).