Speech Language Impairment

Speech Language Impairment

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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:

  • Stuttering (fluency)
  • Sound production (articulation)
  • Using and understanding language
  • Voice quality

Overview of Services

Speech-Language Pathologists evaluate and treat students, and serve on intervention, IEP, and eligibility teams in their schools.

Once eligible for Speech and language special education services, services are provided based on student needs. A variety of service delivery options are available to include consultative and direct and indirect intervention. Services are provided in special classes and in the general education setting.

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Administrative Contacts

Tracy Bannon, Supervisor
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Jennifer M. Lee, Administrative Coordinator
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Vacant, Lead Clinical Speech Pathologist