D49 Speech Language Pathologists
Speech Language Pathologists: also called SLPs, are experts in communication. They work with students to understand language and provide educational speech-language services.
SLPs work with multidisciplinary teams to complete special education evaluations. They also provide appropriate educational speech-language services in Pre-K, elementary, middle, junior high, and high schools. SLPs work with students exhibiting a range of communication disorders that are impacting access to their education. These services may include language, articulation (speech sound disorders), fluency, and voice/resonance. https://www.asha.org/policy/pi2010-00317/
Team Leads: Jamie Mendell and Heather Salas