Speech Language

Speech Language Pathologists

South Windsor's speech-language pathologists provide service to students with communication disorders involving articulation, fluency, oral language, or voice. Services range from consultation to direct intervention and are provided for children from birth to age 21. The speech-language pathologists provide comprehensive services for the prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and intervention of communication disabilities related to educational success, in accordance with federal and state regulations. Services are individualized for each student, based on the student's total educational program, and take into account the range of ability and performance of students within the school setting.

Programming for students with hearing impairments is also provided throughout the district in all grades PreK-12. The teacher for hearing impaired students provides direct and indirect consultative services to the students and the general education staff with whom they are fully integrated. Services provided include intensive language-based instruction, lip-reading, interpreting, specialized pre-teaching and post teaching, counseling and consultation with parents and the regular classroom teachers. Additional services also include the monitoring and maintenance of audiological equipment and consultation with audiologist. 


SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS 
Jennifer Araujo
Timothy Edwards
Paula Crivello
Pleasant Valley

Jennifer Giroux
Eli Terry
Lori Glass
Philip R. Smith/TEMS
       
Karen Johnson
SWHS
 Arielle Monteiro
Orchard Hill/TEMS

Leslie Pendergast
PreK @ TEMS
Lisa Phung-Ward
PreK @ TEMS
       
Hannah Simon
Orchard Hill
Melanie Wagner
Eli Terry

 
       
TEACHER OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
Dianne Nelson
Districtwide