The Speech-Language pathologists provide speech-language pathology services to students with communication delays and disorders. They work with students who have been identified as having articulation, receptive, expressive, pragmatic language, voice and or fluency disorders or any combination of these. They work to improve the student's communication skills so that they are able to access and make progress to the curriculum.
The Speech-Language pathologists also participate in the MTSS process helping identify supports and strategies that can be implemented in the classroom.
Amy D'Amico's students sing "Happy" with AAC devices