Speech and Language Services

The role of the school based speech-language pathologist (SLP) is to develop and implement a comprehensive speech and language program. This includes screening, evaluation, treatment and consultation for eligible preschool and school aged children with speech, language or hearing disorders. Caseloads include students who have developmental delay, neurological impairment, autism, cerebral palsy, cognitive disability, apraxia, fluency disorder, phonological disorder, speech or language impairment, as well as hearing impairment.

The speech-language pathologist collaborates with teachers and staff to meet the needs of the students of our community.