The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) identifies and provides services to students ages 3 through 21. Services delivered by credentialed speech-language pathologists include:
Articulation: The student’s speech sound production significantly interferes with communication and impacts educational performance.
Fluency (Stuttering) : The flow of verbal expression is abnormal and significantly interferes with communication between the student and a partner.
Hearing Loss: A hearing loss results in a speech/language disorder and significantly affects educational performance.
Language: Comprehension and expression of spoken language significantly interfere with classroom performance.
Voice: The student’s voice is characterized by persistent and defective quality, pitch or loudness.