Speech or Language Impairment means there is an adverse effect on the child’s educational performance and a significant discrepancy from typical communication skills in one or more of the following areas: fluency, articulation, expressive or receptive language impairment, or voice impairment.
Overview of Services
Speech-Language Pathologists provide diagnostics and therapy as well as serve on intervention, IEP, and eligibility teams in their schools. Services are provided based on student needs in one or more of the above stated areas. A variety of service delivery options are offered to included consultative, direct and indirect services in the general education and special education classrooms. When appropriate a 3:1 service delivery model is utilized.
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