Speech and Language Therapy addresses all areas of communication:
Fluency Articulation Auditory Comprehension Verbal Expression Pragmatic/Social Language Cognition
Speech/Language Therapy as a Related Service (I.E.P. / 504 Accommodation Plan):
Students who have speech and language deficits which adversely affect their academic and/or social functioning may be recommended by the Committee on Special Education or the 504 Committee for speech/language intervention.
Speech/Language Therapy as a Building Level Service:
Students may be recommended for speech and language therapy as a building level (general curriculum support) service. These students usually exhibit mild difficulties that do not qualify as a related service on an I.E.P.
Lauren Armstrong, M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD-BE
Speech & Language Pathologist