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Speech Services

School-based Speech/Language Pathologists focus on the prevention, assessment, and intervention of speech and language impairments in school-aged students. A speech/language impairment can include difficulties with articulation (i.e., the production of sounds), receptive and expressive language (i.e., the understanding and use of language), fluency (i.e., interruption in the flow of speech), and social skills (i.e., the use of language when interacting with others). 

If you have any questions regarding your child’s speech and language skills, feel free to contact Sierra Lieback at