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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.


    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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