It is the title of those who have successfully completed the four-year undergraduate program of Language and Speech Therapy of the Faculties of Health Sciences of the Universities.
Language and Speech Therapist; interested in the development of communication, language, speech, voice and swallowing processes and the prevention, diagnosis, evaluation, rehabilitation of their disorders and scientific research in the field of speech and language therapy; is a healthcare professional who aims to increase the quality of life of healthy, sick or disabled individuals.
Language and speech therapists receive training in human communication, biomedical sciences, linguistics, behavioral sciences, speech and language therapy science, and public health. They provide treatment, support and care for children and adults with communication, speech, feeding and swallowing difficulties. They help people who have speech and communication problems due to physical or psychological reasons.