Speech and Language Pathology

Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) study, diagnose, and treat communication disorders tied to various components of speech, including language, swallowing, and fluency. Our SLPs use a variety of services that aid in the treatment of children with a wide range of disabilities, such as speech delay, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and Autism.

Specializing in the areas of bilingual language development, functional communication, and articulation, trained TES providers assess student needs, generate baseline and progress data, establish service plans, and work to achieve pre-determined goals through the reduction of trigger behaviors and the generalization of communication abilities to an unstructured environment.

SLP Screenings

In order to make the most effective treatment available to your child, our SLPs provide Speech and Language screenings that  are designed to assess various areas of speech, including articulation, speech intelligibility, voice quality, and fluency.