My career path solidified in front of me, I have maintained this focus since the end of my studies. I believe that the more I am exposed to this career, the better I will become. To that end, I still watch the speech pathologists at the daycare. Their work was the inspiration for me to seriously pursue this career path and it continues to inspire me. I study their techniques, their frustrations and their successes, knowing that one day I will be right there with them.
I am also currently working with the developmentally disabled for an organization called Ohel/Bais Ezra, and have done so for the past four years. To me, this is the most rewarding type of challenge imaginable. I derive an enormous sense of joy and satisfaction from helping others overcome difficulties.
Now, my goal is to continue my studies in Speech Language Pathology. This is the next step in my career development, and I look forward to the opportunity to continue building my body of knowledge in this area. Everything I have done, in the five years since I first the speech therapist working with my neighbor David, has led me to this point, and I could not be more excited about the chance to take the next step in the Speech Language Pathology program.
After the program, I intend to build a career in the speech pathology field. I expect to work for a school or rehabilitation center, or possibly a hospital setting to build my experience. Eventually, my goal is to open a private practice and in doing so I hope to be able to assist hundreds or even thousands of people improve their speech. I envision a long career helping people, and the Speech Language Pathology program is my next step towards that objective..