Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work with adults, seniors and children.
They help clients improve communication by developing skills for listening and comprehension, expressing thoughts and feelings, social skills, pronunciation of speech sounds, use of the voice, fluency, and cognitive communication, as well as providing intervention for clients with feeding and swallowing difficulties.
$43.38 to $61.62 per hour
Master’s degree in speech language pathology
To learn more about a career as an speech language pathologist in our province visit Alberta Learning Information Services (ALIS).