Speech and Language

The Co-op employs five speech/language pathologists, three level II speech/language aides, and one level III speech/language aide. They are assigned to individual member schools.
 
Speech Language Pathologists work with students who have delays in articulation skills, receptive and expressive language, fluency, and disorders of voice.  Not all children develop at the same rate, so what one 4 year is able to do may not be what your 4 year old is able to do.  If you have any concerns about your child's speech and language development, please contact your local school.