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Related Services & Support Services



Speech and Language Services

School-based speech and language pathologists (SLP) provide services for students who qualify for speech and language services. Speech-language services may be provided individually or within small groups depending on student need. Speech and language goals and objectives may address improving communication skills in several areas including: speech articulation, speech fluency, voice, expressive language, receptive language, and pragmatic language.  Link to more information here


Occupational Therapy Services

School-based occupational therapy is designed to enhance the student's ability to fully access and be successful in the learning environment.  Link to more information here


Physical Therapy Services

Physical therapy services and interventions are designed to enable the student to travel throughout the school environment; participate in classroom activities; maintain and change positions in the classroom; as well as manage stairs, restrooms, and the cafeteria. School-based physical therapy is not intended to meet all of the therapeutic needs of a student; rather it is intended to ensure that a child can have physical access to his or her education.


Counseling Services

School adjustment counselors support school culture and mission by leading classroom lessons that support students’ future goals, identify students at risk of dropping out, refer students for intensive mental health support and treatment, implement positive behavioral support programs, and screen students for signs of suicide. Link to more information here



School Psychology

School Psychologists provide individual and/or group counseling for school-related problems such as anxiety, anger, crisis events, and social skills, deliver classroom lessons on a variety of topics, conduct evaluations to determine eligibility for special education and related services, and support and monitor behavioral and academic progress