The Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) program at PCC will help prepare you for a career in helping patients who have articulation, language, voice, fluency, and other communicative disorders.
After you complete our degree program, you will be able to register as an SLPA with the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board of the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs to begin working with patients under a supervising speech-language pathologist. All of our curriculum is approved by this organization, and will provide you with the necessary skills and practical field training needed to thrive in this career.
- Program Length:
- Program Completion:
- Certificate of Achievement
- Associate of Science Degree
Is the SLPA program for you?
As a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, you will be responsible for many types of patient care. To be successful in this field and program, you must have skills and attributes in the following areas: communication, intellectual-cognitive, motor, sensory-observational, and behavioral-social.