Speech and Language Services

Speech and Language Pathologists in public schools today focus on a child's use of receptive and expressive language to be successful in their classroom.  This includes expressing themselves clearly, auditory processing, answering questions, following directions and processing information.  The SLP may also work on vocabulary development, grammar, articulation skills, social communication skills, fluency and voice. They work directly with students ages 3-22 in small groups or individually.  They provide support and consultation to teachers and other support staff.   They may also be asked to be part of an evaluation team if speech or language seems to be an area of difficulty for a child.

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