• The Speech/Language Support Program provides services to students demonstrating communication disorders such as stuttering, impaired articulation, language impairment or voice impairment, to the extent that it adversely affects a student’s educational performance.

    Services available through the Speech/Language Support Program include:

    • Screening and evaluation of communication skills
    • Development of individualized educational programs
    • Auditory processing
    • Consultation with school personnel about speech, language, voice, and fluency
    • Support with use of assistive technology devices
    • Parent training and support
    • Educational workshops or trainings relating to communication
Last Modified on February 6, 2013