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Michael Hawley, Executive Director
Speech-Language pathologists screen, identify, assess and interpret, diagnose, rehabilitate and work to prevent disorders of communication. These disorders can include articulation, fluency, voice and language.
Audiologists work with peripheral and central audiological systems and vestibular dysfunctions. Audiologists screen, identify, assess and interpret, diagnose, rehabilitate and work to prevent communication disorders.
The Board of Registration in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology works to license those applicants meeting its qualifications, to uphold standards within the professions, and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.
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