Speech and Language Services

  • Children holding hands. Each child with a letter that spells Speech.

    Speech and language services are provided to students from birth to age twenty-two who qualify for such services.  Speech/Language Pathologists provide direct articulation, language, voice and fluency interventions to students placed in a variety of general and special education settings.  Therapy may be provided to students one on one, in a small group setting, or a combination. 

    Specialists may also consult with classroom teachers to develop activities which will benefit the language skills of all students in the classroom environment.

    Lori Kump, M.A.
    Program Director
    (559) 662-4677