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Speech Resources

Effective communication helps improve a child’s overall quality of life. School-based speech therapists help improve a child’s ability to communicate in a variety of ways. A therapist can help students learn how to use communication devices, talk without stuttering, pronounce difficult sounds, and understand non-verbal social signs. The communication skills a child learns during speech therapy can improve their academic potential, assist in social interactions, and help them throughout their life.

 

School-based speech therapists address the following areas of communication:

Articulation

Phonology

Language

Fluency

Dysphagia

Aphasia

Cognition

Voice

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Do you have questions or concerns about your child's speech and language development? Visit the American Speech Language Hearing Association website for a collective resource of milestones and norms.

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Alona Brown, M.Ed, SLP-A

abrown2@ebrschools.org

225-761-7849 (main office)

225-478-9778 (speech therapy office)

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