Speech and Language Pathology
Speech & Language Pathologists (SLPs) within the CGRESD work with local school districts to provide direct and consult services to students who are identified as having a disability. SLPs also participate on teams addressing issues of at risk-students. SLPs may service students identified as having speech-language impairments, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, hearing impairments, emotional impairments, autism spectrum disorders, or other health impairments. SLPs are members of school-based problem solving teams, evaluation teams and Individualized Education Planning (IEP) teams.