• Speech and Language Impairment


    A Speech and Language Impairment requires mandated service through the Committee on Special Education (CSE). This impairment adversely affects a child's ability to perform successfully in the classroom without the support of speech and language services. A formal evaluation, conducted by a Speech/Language Therapist must be performed once parental approval is obtained.

    Therapy is provided in the areas of:

    • Receptive and Expressive Language 
    • Written Language
    • Pragmatic (social) language
    • Fluency or stuttering
    • Articulation and Phonological disorders
    • Apraxia
    • Speech Reading and Auditory Training
    • Voice