What is speech-language pathology?
Speech-language pathology is the study of human communication disorders. These disorders can range from simple sounds substitutions to the inability to understand or use language for functional communication.
All have the potential to isolate individuals from their social and educational surroundings. Pediatric speech-language pathologists help children with communication delays and disorders increase their speech and language skills, learn about the world around them, use their knowledge and skills effectively, and enjoy positive interactions with family, teachers, caregivers, and friends.
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What's Happening at WRSLP-Geauga
Table Games: Three new sessions in July and August 2014
This program gives children the opportunity to interact with age peers while playing non-electronic (i.e., face-to-face) games in a well-supervised environment outside home and school. Learn More | View Calendar
My Sound System: New cycle starts on July 1, 2014
This class targets phonological awareness and other cognitive skills that are essential to development of intelligible speech and emergent literacy. The instructors combine their love of children’s literature and expertise in child development to provide young students with a fun way to learn about their “sound system” and use it while participating in speaking, decoding, and spelling activities. Learn More | View Calendar
Girls Love to Read (GLTR) Book Club: This program will resume Fall 2014
Using a book club format, we provide social skills therapy to girls in grades 6 through 9. Targeted skills include: fundamentals of conversation, conversational self-regulation, friendship-building, and nonverbal communication. Learn More | View Calendar
High School Girls Group: Year-round social skills therapy program in University Circle has openings for new patients
This social skills therapy group meets in WRSLP-Geauga’s satellite office in University Circle and includes occasional outings to nearby museums and restaurants. Targeted skills include: fundamentals of conversation, conversational self-regulation, friendship-building, and nonverbal communication. Learn More | View Calendar
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