In the school-age program, the Speech/Language program provides specialized instruction as mandated on the student's individual education plan. Speech/language clinicians assist students in remediating or compensating for speech and language deficits that affect the student's educational process. Regular educators are provided with strategies for working with students with speech/language deficits.
In addition to speech/language support as specialized instruction, speech and language evaluations are available as a separate service, and include the evaluation and a written report. Follow-up consultation and participation in special education program planning can also be provided.
For more information, please contact Lillian Neary, 484-237-5045.