Speech and Language

Service Delivery Types

  • May 12th, 2011
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Speech or language impairments may affect the student’s ability to progress in the general education curriculum and master academic standards, because many of the standards in the subject areas require the student to use the skills delineated above in order to demonstrate competency. As appropriate, speech and language support services are provided by a Speech and Language Support Specialist in a variety of settings that include:

  • Pull-out instruction, individual or small group
  • Instruction in the student’s classroom in small or large groups
  • Instruction in the school at designated locations
  • Instruction in community-based settings

In addition, the Speech and Language Support Specialist may help school personnel with training, strategies, etc.

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