Speech-Language Pathologists: The Fight for Universal Licensure & Better Hearing & Speech Month. hero

Speech-Language Pathologists: The Fight for Universal Licensure & Better Hearing & Speech Month.

Posted Sunday, September 12th 2021 by David McCall

May is Better Health and Speech Month, and this year Universal Licensure for Speech and Language Pathologists is at the heart of the discussion. New York State's demand for SLPs is increasing, and providing SLPs the training to operate in both medical and education arenas has it's benefits and costs. 

New York Speech Coaching's Brendan Houdek offered his insights in an interview with Nina Chamlou available on HealthCareDegree.com.

Read the interview here. 

David McCall

Senior Voice Teacher, Head of Vocal Development

David has become one of the leading instructors of Contemporary Voice in New York City, with clients ranging from Broadway singers (Billy Elliot, Matilda), Classical and sacred music singers, cantors in New York City Synagogues, to Professional Rock and Pop artists, some of which have toured and been signed to record contracts, appeared on shows like The Voice and American Idol, and performed at venues such as SXSW. Additionally, David has taught as a Master Teacher of Contemporary Voice for the NYSTA Comparative Vocal Pedagogy series.

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