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Prairie Valley School Division
Located within Treaty 4 Territory
Speech Language Pathology

All Students in the Prairie Valley School Division have access to speech-language pathology services to support communication skills. Prairie Valley School Division SLPs provide the following services:

For Students in Pre-Kindergarten

Speech screening, speech intervention, classroom supports that may include whole class lessons, resources, or small groups for language/phonological awareness/literacy development, home programming at parent request.

For Students in Kindergarten

Speech, language, and phonological awareness screening, speech and language assessments, speech intervention, classroom supports that may include whole class lessons or resources, for language/phonological awareness/literacy development, home programming at parent request.

For Students in Grades 1 to 3

Speech screening at teacher or parent request, speech and language assessment, speech intervention, classroom supports that may include whole class lessons or resources, for language/phonological awareness/literacy development, home programming at parent request.

For Students in Grades 4 to 12

Speech and language assessment, recommendations to support in class programming for specific students, home programming at parent request.

Speech-Language Pathologists Will Also

  • Connect families with outside agencies such as audiologists, pediatricians, ear, nose & throat specialists or dentists.
  • Help direct families to additional community supports
  • Provide collaborative consultation with the school-based team for children with challenging behaviours or academic struggles
  • Consult on language and literacy, fluency (stuttering), social skills and augmentative communication

How does my child access support?

A Pre-Referral must be completed and signed by the legal guardian.  This allows the Speech-Language Pathologist to discuss the student's needs further.  This may or may not include direct assessment or consultation.

Can I request a referral for my child?

To request a referral parents will initially speak with their child's classroom teacher or administration.  Parents will then sign the referral, consenting for the school to discuss their child's abilities with the Prairie Valley Learning Supports (PVLS) team.  Your consent allows the team to discuss your child's abilities and come up with strategies/interventions to meet their needs.  This plan may or may not include direct support from the speech language pathologist.  The plan could include services from other disciplines within the PVLS school team.

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