tangerine786 Posted December 16, 2011 Share Posted December 16, 2011 Hi everyone, I'm hoping to have some light shed on the development of specializations within SLP. I'm applying to a few state colleges in the San Francisco Bay Area which don't appear to offer any specialization, and I'm having a hard time finding programs that offer an opportunity to specialize in Reading Disorders (which is what I'm most interested in). I'm gathering that the M.A. programs prepare you for working with clients who have a broad spectrum of speech-language issues, and that you need to develop a specialization by pursuing continued learning classes after graduating. Is that correct? Thanks! Allison Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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