Speech-Language Pathologist Supply Varies by State States with the largest numbers of SLPs per 100,000 residents are mostly concentrated in the Northeast. At a Glance
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Speech-Language Pathologist Supply Varies by State
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At a Glance   |   March 01, 2017
Speech-Language Pathologist Supply Varies by State
The ASHA Leader, March 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.22032017.22
The ASHA Leader, March 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.22032017.22
Nationwide, there are 48 ASHA-certified SLPs for every 100,000 residents, up steadily from 41.4 in 2010. Arkansas, New York, Vermont and Massachusetts have the highest number of ASHA-certified SLPs per 100,000 residents (76.6, 75.1, 71.9 and 66.6, respectively). Nevada, California and Hawaii have the lowest (24.5, 30.2 and 34.6, respectively).
For more information, visit on.asha.org/slp-ratios.

ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

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ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

ASHA-certified SLP-to-population ratios, by state

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