Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and Language Therapy is a service that is provided by a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) or supervised assistant as determined in a child's IEP. Speech and Language need is identified through the evaluation process. If the child qualifies for Speech and Language service the SLP develops appropriate developmental goals and works directly with the child, parents, and teachers to develop progress towards the goal. The SLP will often work in a small group or individual setting to develop skills. The SLP may also work with the child in the classroom to help transfer those skills into the classroom and and everyday setting. Please navigate the following links, put together by our Team of SLPs, to learn more!

This chart shows the interplay between speech, language, and communication. 

This chart is a helpful sheet for teachers and parents around Speech and Language vocabulary!

This chart offers an in-depth break down of language milestones.

Wondering if your child's speech sounds are within typical ranges? Click Here.

Or maybe you are curious about the role of a Speech and Language Pathologist.



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