Speech Language Services
Purpose: Speech-Language Pathologists in the education setting work with children who have a variety of communication needs, generally related to speech sound production, language, voice, fluency and communication skills as they relate to acquisition of early literacy skills. Speech-language pathologists also serve students who have complex communication needs associated with disabilities such as autism, physical impairment and head injury.
Services Offered: Services are available to meet a variety of communication needs include one-to-one and small group intervention with the students, integrative support to students and education personnel in a variety of education environments, and consultative support and training with the student’s educational team.
- Speech Sound Development
- Normal Language Development
- Improving Language Skills
- Listening And Remembering
- Talking With Your Child
- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
- Normal Nonfluency
- Reading To Your Child
Special Education Administrator