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The Speech-Language Pathology department is based on the belief that graduates of entry-level allied health professional programs should possess the clinical decision making and problem solving skills which enable them to function as peer colleagues in the contemporary, dynamic health care and educational systems. Speech-language pathologists need to be sensitive to the needs of a culturally diverse society as evident in their interactions with clients, families, and fellow health care and education professionals in the community in which they practice.  

An educational program for speech-language pathologists should reflect the concepts of andragogy (adult education) to include problem solving, critical thinking and analysis, integration of theory and practice, clinical decision making, mentoring, and self-directed learning.  Speech-language pathologists should have the ability to articulate and exchange knowledge and seek additional knowledge and skills. 

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When choosing what profession you want to pursue you will naturally have many questions. At Misericordia University we are here to answer any questions that you may have. Never hesitate to reach out to us. We are providing you with a few answers to the most asked questions but encourage you to contact us and speak with us personally if you have any additional questions.

If you have any questions about the profession of Speech-Language Pathology or about our educational program, please contact the Department at the following address: Department of Speech-Language Pathology Misericordia University 301 Lake Street Dallas, PA 18612.
You also may contact the Speech-Language Pathology Department by phone at (570) 674-8255 Department Administrator.

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