Speech & Language Pathologist

The Speech and Language Therapist evaluates students who may qualify for special education programs and services due to a disability in the areas of language development, articulation, voice, and fluency. They also provide instructional support to students and assist students with augmentative communication. Speech and Language Therapists consult with educational staff, parents, and community agencies relating to speech and other communication disorders. The type of speech services a child receives is based upon the recommendations from the IEP team.