What is  Speech and Language Therapy?
  • Typically students are pulled out of the classroom, Speech Room #54 
  • Least Restrictive Environment (LEA), we want your child to be in their regular education classroom as much as possible. 
  • Small specialized group instruction.
  • Current evidence-based practice to conduct therapy.
  • Monitor progress often, progress reports are distributed every trimester. 
  • Parents, be involved! We need you to be be a part of the IEP, homework and practice.
  • Fun, interactive and hands-on therapy!

What is a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)? 
  • An oral communication expert who works with students that have speech or language impairments (SLI), and other disorders.
  • Develop a student's communication abilities as well as treat:
    • speech
    • language
    • fluency
    • swallowing
    • voice 
    • pragmatics/Autism
  • Services include-prevention, identification, evaluation, treatment, consultations, rehabilitation.
  • We want to improve our students overall ability to better understand and use the language of the general education curriculum. 
  • We want our students to become effective and efficient communicators!
  • Roles and Responsibilities of an SLP.