The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) provides support for the development of pre-school level language and communication skills. The SLP will:
- Assess a child's ability to express himself and understand things said to him (expressive and receptive communication)
- Identify needs and develop/recommend strategies surrounding the development of a skill
- Identify alternative communication strategies i.e. a child who is non-verbal may express himself through sign language, gestures, or picture communication.
- Be involved with individual program plans, lesson adaptations, and classroom activities
Marcie Hartwig - Speech-Language Pathologist
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am -3:00 pm
Phone: 780-352- 0224 ext:228