What do Speech-Language Pathologist do in the schools:

What Do Speech-Language Pathologist Do?

We work with a full range of communication disorders.  This includes language, articulation (speech sound disorders), fluency/stuttering, voice/resonance, and swallowing.  SLPs work with students with communication disorders that have an impact on a students education.  The SLP addresses personal, social/emotional, academic, and vocational needs that have an impact on attainment of educational goals.  SLPs also support literacy achievement for students with communication disorders.

adapted from the ASHA.org website