Students who qualify for Special Education may receive speech and language therapy to address communication deficits that adversely affect educational performance. Speech and language therapy is concerned with the identification and treatment of speech, language, and communication. When appropriate goals are written to address articulation, fluency, voice, and receptive/ expressive language. The speech and language therapist supports students in learning to speak, listen, and use language effectively.
A speech and language therapist is a trained professional who has earned a Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Communicative Disorders, holds a Clinical Certificate of Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; and holds a state license and/ or a Department of Education certification.
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Behavioral Support, Adaptive PE, Vision Services, Assistive Technology, Audiologist, Teacher of the Hearing Impaired
Woodside School District contracts with a variety of licensed professionals in order to provide free and appropriate education to all students in an inclusive setting. Contractors include occupational therapist, physical therapist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Adaptive PE specialist, Teacher of the Visually Impaired, Assistive Technology specialist, and audiologist. As we are a small, one-school district, we also partner with neighboring districts to share resources.
For more information, please contact our Speech-Language Pathologist, Jennifer Mitchell, or visit her page HERE.