Speech & Language
Good speaking, listening, and thinking skills are critical to a child's academic success. Speech-Language Pathologists are the professionals in the schools who provide services that identify, treat, and rehabilitate communication disorders.
Communication disorders include:
* Articulation (speech sound production)
* Hearing Impairments
* Oral Mechanism
Students are identified for service by a Speech-Language Pathologist and team of professionals through the referral and evaluation process. SLP's collaborate with teachers and families, consult with school personnel in order to support student communication skills in the classroom.
Services by Speech Language Pathologists are also available for students, birth until three years of age, through Minnesota's Help Me Grow Program. If you have more questions about your infant or toddler, please contact MAWSECO at (320) 286-2129 or visit the MAWSECO website.
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