• School-based speech/language therapy supports communication skills (whether it be verbal or non verbal) as well as feeding skills.
• Our speech/language therapists work to improve students’ receptive and expressive language skills for pre-language and language development.
• Augmentative/Alternative COmmunication (AAC) is a term used to describe a method other than oral speech to communicate.
• Our speech/language therapists are well versed in a variety of AAC devices to best support student communication.
• Speech/Language therapists at CLC are also training in feeding and swallowing disorders and the use of therapeutic interventions.
• Feeding therapy may be needed from a nutritual, social or oral development viewpoint.