“Speech-language pathologists (S-LPs) are essential members of education teams.
S-LPs have a variety of roles within the school setting. This includes collaborating with teachers in the classroom as well as working with speech-language pathology assistants to provide individualized and group services to students of all ages. As members of interprofessional teams, they also contribute to educational goal setting, planning and curriculum accessibility. S-LPs play a critical role in supporting academic success, as well as the social and emotional well-being of students…”
Learn more about S-LPs in schools on the Speech & Hearing Month website.
SAC has developed an infographic on S-LPs in schools for Speech & Hearing Month 2021.