August 20, 2017

SLP on a Mission...A Look at my Trip to Honduras

Life is full of adventures and experiences that we often do not expect. This summer, I had one such experience when I decided to join my church on a week long mission trip to Honduras. This was definitely not something I planned to do, or even really wanted to do at first...but I finally stopped resisting God's call and decided to go. The following is a recount of my experience during the week, and how I used my unique skills as a speech-language pathologist to serve in Honduras. I hope by sharing, other SLPs and educators will be inspired to find ways they can volunteer their skills around the world.

My week in Honduras was packed full of experiences. I want to share all of them, but I understand that it would be a VERY long blog post...
To help organize my thoughts and allow readers to navigate the information easier, I have written separate posts for different parts of the trip. Click on each picture to navigate to that particular post.

This experience had a huge impact on my life personally, and as an SLP. My hope is that you will find joy in reading it, and maybe be inspired to find a way you can take your skills abroad.  Enjoy!

Click here to read more about SLP volunteer opportunities abroad.

I hope you enjoyed reading about my trip to Honduras. If you have any questions, or want to know more about the trip, please feel free to leave a comment below. You can also follow me on Facebook where I plan to do a Facebook Live and discuss the trip in more detail. 


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