Speech-Language Pathologists can help with:

  • Saying speech sounds correctly
  • Understanding language (vocabulary, basic concepts, grammar)
  • Using language (talking in full sentences, using correct grammar, expressing thoughts clearly)
  • Augmentative/alternative communication systems for students who cannot speak
  • Auditory processing (following directions, auditory memory)
  • Stuttering
  • Voice problems
  • Communication difficulties associated with developmental challenges such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.

Speech-language services are provided through screenings, assessments, consultations, direct and indirect therapy, home programs, referrals to outside agencies and in-services.