Look who else wanted to be a speech language pathologist!

I love what I do and have always found the profession of a speech and language pathologist to be a fabulous one!  I however, was surprised to find out so did some other famous people.

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Jay Leno: Comedian, TV host, actor: BA in speech pathology from Emerson, Massachusetts

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Elizabeth Warren: US Senator, University of Houston BS Speech Pathology and Audiology

 

 

Lt. Col. Chris Irwin gives instructions to Colts player in a   flying simulator. Colts players visited Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, on June 1, 2007. Photo by David Terry.

Justin Snow: NFL long snapper, Baylor, Bachelors and Masters in Speech and Language pathology

Alma Powell: wife of Colin Powell, Audiologist, Emerson College, Fisk University

Joanne Carole Schieble: birth mother of Steve Jobs, Speech language pathologist

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Elizabeth Jane “Betty” DeGeneres, speech language pathologist retired. Louisana State University

Sandra Schumer, mother of comedianne Amy Schumer, speech language pathologist

Patricia Mae Hewitt, mother of Jennifer Love Hewitt, speech language pathologist

Theresa Ann Ferguson, mother of Fergie, speech language pathologist

 

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One comment on “Look who else wanted to be a speech language pathologist!
  1. A Speech and language pathologist is specialist with a role to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders. Speech and language pathologists have many job responsibilities besides working with students or patients on communication disorders. Even though it is very obvious I find it so interesting the two major tools that a speech and language pathologist needs to use when working with a student or a patient is their listening and observation skills, because they are looking for things that the average person might not recognize as a communication disorder or deregulation. Speech and language pathologists need to listen and observe to see where they need to work with their students or patients to help them with their communication needs. The most surprising role of a speech and language pathologist is their role as a teacher. Speech and language pathologist treat communication disorders but they also help students learn new vocabulary to create an expanding word bank.

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