Gwendolyn Barbato, M.S., CCC-SLP
Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped
Speech Language Pathologist
A. B. Parker Elementary
89 Madison Street, Cortland, NY
What does a speech language pathologist do in a school?
A speech language pathologist can work on
receptive and expressive language
including grammar and morphology (word knowledge),
pragmatic language skills,
augmentative alternative communication.
For further information go to the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) link.
We often work on various language and vocabulary skills including antonyms, analogies and idioms in speech language therapy.
|hot is to sun as cold is to snow
feather is to bird as fur is to bear
food is to eat as milk is to drink
fish is to water as
|out of the woods-
out of danger
straight from the horses mouth - from a good reliable source
all thumbs-very clumsy
Speech language services are available under three different programs:
Committee on Special Education (CSE)
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