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    The Speech and Language Program serves children with communication disorders that adversely affect their education. Poor communication skills can interfere with a student’s ability to understand and participate in classroom instruction and may impair their relationships with teachers and other children. Good communication is important for speaking, thinking, writing, reading and learning. The LSS speech-language pathologists provide support for students grades 3-5 in areas of communication disorders.

 
   
 
 
Meet our SLPs:
 
Melissa Bishop MS CCC-SLP
  • Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
  • You can contact Ms. Bishop at mbishop@sau16.org or 603-775-8924
Kristine Croeber MS CCC-SLP
  • Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the University of New Hampshire.
  • You can contact Ms. Croeber at kcroeber@sau16.org or 603-775-8812
Cara McMaster MS CCC-SLP 
  •  Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the Nova Southeastern University.
  • You can contact Ms.McMaster at cmcmaster@sau16.org or 603-775-8928
Meet our Speech Aide:
 
Lena Natola
  • Recently completed her Associate of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Granite State College and is awaiting certification as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant from the New Hampshire Allied Health Speech Language Pathology Governing Board.
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant University.
  • You can contact Ms.Natola at lnatola@sau16.org or 603-775-8924
 
 
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