Speech-Language Pathology

Our team of speech-language pathologists promotes the development of functional communication proficiency across environments, including social, educational, and work settings. Effective speech and language skills are essential to an individual’s success in all areas of life. 

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The functional development of verbal and nonverbal communication skills is addressed by looking at the whole student and the student’s life goals. Speech and language pathologists provide services to students in a variety of therapeutic settings including academic and life skills classrooms, small groups, individual sessions, and in the community. 

Speech-Language Services include:

  • Direct Therapeutic intervention

    • Social Communication and Pragmatics

    • Receptive and Expressive Language

    • Articulation and Intelligibility

    • Fluency and Voice

    • Augmentative and Alternative Communication

  • Consultation

  • Assistive Technology

  • Collaboration with Families, Academic, Occupational, and Clinical Staff

  • Advocacy

  • Parent/Staff Training and Education

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