Speech-Language Pathologist
The Speech-Language Pathologist provides assessment of a student’s skills and abilities in the areas of language, pragmatics, articulation, functional communication, voice and fluency. They provide speech-language therapy in the above areas for those students identified as having speech-language disabilities. They perform related duties such as writing reports and paperwork related to the IEP process and Medicaid, collecting data, maintaining equipment, attending speech-language and general special education meetings.

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