speech_jane85 Posted July 7, 2015 Share Posted July 7, 2015 Hi guys, I'm a second-year master's student in a tough program in the Northwest, and I'm struggling at the moment. Last term, I failed one of my clinical placements (peds artic), and so my program director suggested that I spend a year working as an SLPA to get some massed practice of pediatric speech/language. Due to licensure technicalities in my state, I fear that I will be unable to get a job as an SLPA, and fear the decline of my clinical skills if I work in a school as an educational assistant or something similar. I am feeling rather abandoned by my supervisors, who claim they were unaware of this license issue, but are yet to offer any other alternatives for helping me complete the program. If anyone has experienced anything similar and has advice regarding how best to move forward, that would be greatly appreciated. -Jane speech_jane85 and mo~ 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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