Renee F, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


“Therapy Abroad both educates you about SLP work in a country that desperately needs it, and inspires you to act on it. Everyone has similar or the same aspirations as you, so it’s way easier to connect with them all –especially when stuck together for 2 weeks! Whether learning about oral motor mechanisms or observing community-based rehabilitation you gain hands-on experience you could not have gotten at home.”