A Speech-Language Pathologist provides language and reading development and support to the classroom. Speech-Language Pathologists will determine student needs, provide literacy skills for students, and focus on early intervention. Emphasis will be placed on developing phonemic awareness skills, kindergarten to grade 3 speech and language intervention and prekindergarten students.
Speech-language pathologists are involved in a number of different activities which may include:
Speech-language pathologists may work directly with students, and/or with their caregivers or other persons who regularly interact with them to create environments that promote optimal communication.Resources