Speech Language Pathologists
Speech language pathologists serve referred and identified children birth to age 21.
A speech language pathologist
- conducts assessments of a student's speech sounds and fluency, use and understanding of language, voice and hearing ability as compared to other children their age
- provides interventions to help children improve or compensate in their areas of difficulty through individual or group therapy
- consults with teachers and parents about effective strategies and alternatives to assist a child.