Speech and Language
A Speech-Language Pathologist is someone who supports communication skills in the areas of speech development (articulation), comprehension, verbal expression, and social skills.
What do we do in Speech Therapy?
-work on improving speech sounds (articulation)
-work on improving comprehension and verbal expression for following directions, writing stories, participating in class discussion, and answering questions in the classroom
-work on conversation skills that help build relationships and interactions in the classroom
-work on phonological awareness skills that targets spelling and reading skills
-work on problem solving/reasoning skills for participating in more critical thinking tasks within the classroom
**If you have any questions or concerns with your child's communication skills, please feel free to contact me at 683-5857/ext. #2110 on school days from 7:45am-3:15pm or by email firstname.lastname@example.org