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Speech/Language Therapy is provided for the treatment of communication disorders which includes language, articulation, voice and fluency.

Receptive Language:  The ability to understand spoken language.

Expressive Language:  The ability to express thoughts, feelings and ideas verbally.

Pragmatic Language:  The use of language in a social context.

Articulation:  The ability to pronounce sounds or sound sequences to produce speech.

Voice:  The production of sound using the vocal cavity.  The parameters of voice include: pitch, nasality and volume.

Fluency:  The smoothness in which sounds, syllables, words and phrases are joined together when speaking.

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    Check out the Articulation, Language and Social Language Homework pages for activities to help your child with his/her communication skills during the Non Traditional Instruction period from March 16th until April 20th.

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