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Ervilin Pace

You could look into being a specialist. You may have to travel to different schools.

Answered 3 months ago

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Deni Djukic

You can become a early intervention specialist, educational audiologist, interpreter for the hearing impaired (depends on your proficiency on the American Sign Language), occupational therapist, school counselor, school social worker, speech-language pathologists, and etc. It all depends on your skills and are you willing to take specific courses and workshops for these careers.

Answered 1 year ago

Deni Djukic