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What is speech/language therapy?
A communication disorder can be described as an impairment or inability to receive, send, process and/or comprehend verbal or written language.

NCS speech/language therapists service students in the following ways:

  • Prevention of communication disorders through:
  • Speech Improvement Programs
  • Classroom consultation
  • Identification of communication disorders through:
    • Screenings (kindergarteners, new students)
    • IST Committee referrals with subsequent RTI services
  • Assessment of communication disorders
  • Member of the CSE Team
  • Intervention:
    • "Pull-out" therapy provided in small groups in speech therapy room
    • "Push-in" therapy provided within the classroom.
    • Consult services

Speech/Language evaluations and treatments may address any of the following areas:

  • articulation
  • central auditory processing
  • fluency
  • language
  • oral-motor skills
  • phonological disorders
  • pragmatics
  • voice

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NEWFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Dr. Cheryl Thomas, Superintendent
District Office
247 Main Street
Newfield, NY 14867

Phone: (607) 564-9955
Fax: (607) 564-0055
www.newfieldschools.org


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