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Speech Therapy

Our Speech and Language Pathologists (SLP) provide assessments and services to students who have a variety of qualifying conditions.  They determine student eligibility for services and therapy in the areas of receptive and expressive language, articulation, stuttering and voice, and create goals and document their progress on those goals. Goals are based on developmentally appropriate skills that a student should have at a particular age.
Under the supervision of the SLP, Speech and Language Pathologists Assistants (SLPA) help the SLP deliver the therapy services and document student progress on goals.