Speech/Language Therapy

The Speech/Language Therapy Program serves approximately 1500 students in public, private and parochial schools within the ֱ boundaries. Communication is the foundation of academic and social development and supports lifelong learning.  The speech/language therapists provide specially designed instruction to students identified with a speech/language impairment to help them become competent communicators within the school environment. A speech/language therapist is assigned to each school building within ֱ.

Speech/language therapists work with students, staff and families to:

  • Evaluate students for eligibility for special education
  • Provide therapy services to eligible students in the area(s) of:
    • Speech sound development
    • Language development
    • Fluency/stuttering
    • Voice
    • Augmentative/alternative communication
  • Collaborate with staff to support students’ communication skills within the school setting

Contact Information

Who do I contact if I am concerned about my child’s speech and language development?

  • ֱ school/teacher
  • Private/parochial school administrator/teacher
  • ֱ Speech/Language Therapy Office 262-359-7696