Present primary prevention information to individuals and groups known to be at risk for communication disorders and other appropriate groups; promote early identification and early intervention activities.
Advocate for individuals and families through community awareness, health literacy, education, and training programs to promote and facilitate access to full participation in communication, including the elimination of societal, cultural, and linguistic barriers.
Provide information to emergency response agencies for individuals who have communication and/or swallowing disorders.
Advocate at the local, state, and national levels for improved public policies affecting access to services and research funding.
Support the supervising SLP in research projects, in-service training, public relations programs, and marketing programs. • Participate actively in professional organizations
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