The Pupil Services Center faculty includes Speech-Language Pathologists. Speech-Language Pathologists provide many services for students, parents and other school staff. They are consultants providing information about child and adolescent speech and language development and speech, language and communication delays and disorders. They are evaluators or diagnosticians in the areas of speech, language and communication including the connections between these areas of development and the development of pre-academic and academic skills (such as reading, listening, curriculum, language comprehension and expression). They design and deliver programs to address speech, language and communication deficits as part of the range of special education programs and services. They collaborate with other specialists and with classroom teachers in the design and delivery of their services. Their services may be provided in a resource room setting or in a "natural" setting such as a classroom or, for older students, a workplace.
Please click the links below for additional information on Speech-Language Pathology.
Augmentative and Alternate Communication
Sound Field Amplification(SFA)/Sound Enhancement Systems (SES)
What's the Difference Between Speech and Language?