Speech and Language Services
SPEECH-LANGUAGE SUPPORT SERVICES-INDIRECT
Students do not qualify for speech-language services or have been declassified. The speech
language pathologist provides the teacher with compensatory and pre-referral strategies. The need for the
continuation of services will be reviewed at the end of each marking period or as necessary.
Services are not IEP driven.
SPEECH-LANGUAGE SUPPORT SERVICES-DIRECT
Non-classified students who present with speech and/or language delays/deficits that impede
academic success. Children will receive direct speech/language therapy services via a push in
and/or pull out model. Services are not IEP driven.
Students meet Part 200 criteria of Speech Language Impairment either as their sole impairment or
as the result of another condition including but not limited to mental retardation, autism, multiple
disabilities, such that an Individualized Education Plan is mandated.
TRANSITIONAL SPEECH SERVICES
Students have been declassified from speech and language services. The speech language
pathologist will monitor or provide services as needed to ensure that students generalize skills or
utilize compensatory strategies in the classroom for a maximum of one year.